So, you’re thinking about taking a Design-Build approach to your next construction project, but you’re not sure what exactly the advantages are? Here we’ll explain the four main advantages to utilizing the D-B approach for your next construction project — whether you’re thinking of building an industrial, commercial or institutional building.
Make communication faster and easier
Only having to communicate with one company dramatically simplifies the process of designing and constructing your building. Design-Build takes third parties out of the equation and puts you in direct contact with a team of experienced professional architects, engineers, and design technicians who work with your construction team from start to finish.
Cut-out Extra Steps
More steps in the process mean more time and more money — neither of which should be waste or done “just because.” Butler also has regionally located manufacturing plants which result is shorter shipping distances and faster delivery times.
Fewer steps means your project takes less time from start to finish so that you can maximize your business. Butler building systems have been shown to reduce construction times by up to 30% compared to conventional building methods.
We all know that time is money, so shortening the design and construction schedule will save you money all the way around.
Contact us today to find out how a Design-Build approach can maximize your resources while getting your business or institution into the facility it needs to grow and thrive.