There are distinct differences between the wild | crg approach and the traditional building process. Here’s what you can expect:
Single point of responsibility—We often say, “The buck stops here.” The traditional building process, on the other hand, leaves some gray area on responsibilities.
With the wild | crg approach, we take responsibility for quality, cost and schedule adherence of your entire project at every stage. Because we invest in understanding the DNA of your business and its building objectives, we approach the project as if it were our own. You are free to focus on your job.
Cost savings—When designers and construction managers work as one team from the start, the result is a more efficient use of your budget. Together the team evaluates the best uses of materials and methods and incorporates them throughout.
Time savings—With the wild | crg approach, you can be in your new space earlier. We are able to overlap design and construction and eliminate long bidding periods and resulting redesign.
Less administrative burden—The majority of your time will be spent up front, helping us gain knowledge of your organization and its goals. Once the project begins, however, you can go back to managing your business rather than managing contracts and contractors.
A firmer bottom line—Because we’re concurrently estimating design and construction, you have a bottom line figure much earlier than with other delivery systems. And that eliminates surprises and decisions made under duress.
Less risk—All these things—single responsibility, cost savings, time efficiencies, administrative effectiveness and a firmer bottom line—add up to less risk for you. Projects are clearly defined and efficiently executed. Change orders due to “errors and omissions” are virtually eliminated. And you have a fully functioning facility on time and on budget.
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