Land Mark Electric’s design-build services allow clients to take advantage of an integrated approach that results in cost-efficiencies and a well coordinated project. This single-source responsibility for all design and construction activities provides timely information for our clients to make informed and intelligent decisions that can add to overall project efficiency. With design-build, everyone works in concert throughout the entire project with the common goal of providing a quality product at a competitive price. We implement the following steps to enhance the design and construction process:
Land Mark Electric establishes a preliminary budget based on historical costs and local supplier pricing. This estimate is then continually refined and expanded in detail as the design process proceeds.
Land Mark Electric works with all involved parties to identify critical construction schedule items affecting the electrical installation. We then help to establish a sequence of design activities, ensuring that the construction schedule can proceed without design delays.
Through the input of on-site and off-site personnel, Land Mark Electric identifies design alternatives, which may favorably impact cost and schedule.
In cooperation with the project participants, Land Mark Electric works with others to develop a critical path schedule that meets the scheduling needs of a project.
Land Mark Electric purchases electrical equipment or materials and assures the timely delivery. This affords your project the full advantages of purchasing at the very best available pricing with the ability of having the material or equipment on-site whenever necessary.
We attend regularly scheduled meetings during the pre-construction phase, in order to ensure coordination of activities.
Land Mark Electric staffs a dedicated team with in-house CAD system capabilities. Field installation drawings are developed and coordinated with other trades showing actual dimensioned conduit routes and equipment locations. These CAD drawings increase field productivity, which in turn improves the overall project schedule. The CAD installation drawings then become the as-built drawings at the end of the project.
• Single point of responsibility
• Shorter project delivery time
• Design process includes all project participants
• Integral coordination of design and construction considerations
• Overall reduction of risk to owner
• Responsibility for quality of documents transfers to the design-builder
• Allows for greater flexibility to make changes that add value during design and construction