Design-Build is one of the most common procurement models used in construction today. At its core is the requirement that a single source – or ‘design builder’ – be placed in charge of both the design and construction of a project. This requirement positively impacts the time required for these two phases as project scheduling can begin before the design is finalized. Design and construction done concurrently also allows for earlier establishment of project costs.
The owner additionally benefits with an increased level of collaboration between themselves, the designer and the contractor, as design changes can be made while receiving real-time understanding of resulting cost and schedule implications.
Benefits of Design-Build Delivery Model:
Single source of accountability
Reduces design time
Early establishment of project costs
Faster project completion
Value Engineering for Innovative Problem Solving
Maple Reinders has delivered countless projects under the Design Build delivery model in both our Buildings and Civil sectors. One of the greatest advantages that we provide clients through this method is our value engineering approach.
As the design solution is prepared, and in conjunction with the Owner, multiple facets of value delivery are reviewed and tested with the goal of providing the best quality and constructability for the lowest cost, without compromising design. Read more on our Value Engineering approach to projects.
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PDB is a qualifications-based process wherein an Owner “progresses” towards a design and contract price with the team. The selected Design Builder then delivers the project in two phases:
1. Preliminary/Preconstruction Services
2. Final Design and Construction Services
Maple Reinders was selected to provide the District of Sechelt with an innovative wastewater treatment solution. The team selected the unique Organica FBR™ system, used for the first time in North America on the Sechelt project.
Maple Reinders designed and built a new distribution centre for Gordon Food Services’ Calgary operations. This facility was designed and built with the intention of two future expansions which will bring the total size of the building to 500,000 SF.