When your designer is also your engineer and builder, you have one process and a single source for accountability.
You don't pay for theoretical designs and impractical suggestions, or for the time lost in coordinating your designer's work with a construction company's interpretation of the design.
A single source is accountable for quality, cost, and successful scheduling.
One meeting with Adams Design Construction and you'll know how our application of the Design/Build process is to your advantage. Check out our contact page, and waste no more time.
Up until the 1970s, the linear approach to building dominated in America. The client would hire an architect or designer and work out design plans. Then the client would get estimates from builders to do the plans. And then everyone would wait to see if the design worked. The builder generally had more knowledge of materials and time-saving building techniques than the architect, and could either save money by re-tailoring the plans to achieve the same goals with new materials or keep quiet and let the project move as the designer would have it.
Sometime in the 1970s architects and builders began working together from the start of a project as a team, and that quickly developed into the Design/Build model where one organization encompasses all the functions needed for start-to-finish building.
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