Your project is an important undertaking and you should be confident that the delivery method you choose will achieve the results you need.
With a variety of delivery methods in use today across the design and construction industry, it is possible to tailor a delivery method that best meets the needs of each owner and each project. Every construction project is unique, and for each, there is an optimal project delivery method.
It requires expertise and experience to select the right delivery method for a particular situation. WALSH has that experience.
How the project will be designed and constructed, or the project delivery method, is one of the most important decisions made by every owner embarking on a construction project. We will gladly work within your prescribed delivery method or recommend one to best suit your situation.
Delivering the project you want; on time and on budget.
Our core skill is aligning all the project’s contributors regardless of contracting method. Alignment means understanding the needs of the project which can include: design and functionality, stakeholder relations, risk tolerance, budget and schedule, and continuously focusing every participant’s efforts to meet those needs. Ultimately, it means delivering the project you want, on time and on budget.
We will gladly work within your prescribed delivery method, including those listed in the links above, or recommend one to best suit your situation. Your project is an important undertaking, and you should be confident that the delivery method you choose will achieve the results you need.
Project delivery methods will continue to evolve and WALSH will continue to be at the forefront of understanding the nuances of the best fit for your build.
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A negotiated construction contract is a written arrangement between a construction company and a client. The contract specifies cost, determines responsibilities and projects work schedules for a specific building project.
A delivery method that entails a commitment by the construction manager/general contractor (CM/GC) for construction performance to deliver the project within a defined schedule and price, either fixed or a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP). The CM/GC acts as consultant to the owner in the development and design phases, but as the legal equivalent of a general contractor during the construction phase.
A project delivery method which combines architectural and engineering design services with construction performance under one contract.
Integrated Project Delivery
A project delivery method that attempts to spread the risk, responsibility and liability for project delivery equally among the primary parties—the owner, the designer, and the builder, whether through partnership agreements or multi-party contracts.