Design-Bid-Build is one of the oldest forms of construction. In this more traditional approach, site selection, engineering, architectural design, project management and construction are contracted out by the owner to separate parties. The General Contractor is responsible for performing specified construction services at a fixed price for the owner, as agreed upon in advance by both parties.
Design-Bid-Build tends to be more expensive and time-consuming, with the owner taking on more risk compared to other options. In addition, because the design phase does not include input from the contractor, opportunities for constructability review or value engineering are limited.
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National Reach. Local Expertise.
Maple Reinders has built a reputation for superior customer service and reliable workmanship to all corners of Canada through our network of local offices. Regional management have their finger on the pulse of local market conditions, including subcontractors and labour force, which allows us to bid fairly and competitively.
Where possible, we also try to identify any significant problems with the design that may result in unexpected cost increases, and we offer value engineering services to keep your project within budget. This “above and beyond” service is typical of the client-centered support you can expect from the entire Maple Reinders team.
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This is one of the oldest forms of procurement.
Worth of DBB construction
The volume of our portfolio speaks for itself.
We can provide fair and competitive estimates with local market knowledge.
Maple Reinders undertook the Phase 2 and 3 extensions to their existing facility in Calgary. Which included construction of the 134,000 SF freezer/cold storage warehouse utilized reinforced concrete strip footings and pads, structural steel, insulated metal panels, SBS roofing.
The Mid-Halton WWTP Project was a significant expansion to an existing treatment plant located in the Town of Oakville which services portions of the Town of Oakville, Town of Milton, Halton Hills and City of Burlington.