Integrated Practice

Ven diagram, with 3 circles; Cost, Design, and Deliver, and in the center Value.

Traditional methods for creating facilities involve an owner contracting separately with the designer, constructor, and/or other parties, who work independently of each other and are concerned only with their portion of the project. These methods have dominated the industry for many decades, yet their inherent inefficiencies make it impossible to respond adequately to today's building owners, needing increasingly complex facilities to be designed and built more quickly, cost-effectively, sustainably and with higher quality than ever before.

We have developed an integrated set of project delivery tools that anticipate a fundamental rethinking of the building making process, while simultaneously driving improvements within the context of current practices. These tools include: