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Midland, TEXAS 79701


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This construction project delivery method, known as Design/Build, has gathered momentum over the last 30 years. This change is due primarily to our society’s transformation into the information/knowledge age. This transition is largely characterized by a substantial acceleration of timing. We now expect greater proficiencies and more efficient communication in both our business and social habits.  Thus, it naturally occurs that Client/Owner groups expect to save money on their construction projects as it correlates to these evolving dynamics in our society.

Many construction companies now offer services they label as Design/Build and most are similar in nature.  The primary difference at Rodney R. Roberts, AIA and Rodric Properties Construction Group, LLC is that our construction business is led by a principal that is actually a registered architect.  Most groups that offer Design/Build services hire an architect who is expected to fully integrate with their own firm in order to form one contracting entity for the duration of just a single project.  While this practice is fairly common within the industry, it does not take into consideration the future needs of a project.  By having the principal of the owner group as the architect who manages every phase of the project, the benefits to the client are obvious over the lifetime of the building.  By being available to address subsequent needs that may arise in the years to follow the completion of a project, the principal/architect provides added value to the client that cannot be guaranteed when working with a construction firm who hires out the original design process. 

The only common element found within the Design/Build approach and the traditional Design/Bid/Build approach in the design and construction of a project is the initial exchange of information between the client and the architect.  

This exchange of information should reveal that the advantages available in the Design/Build approach are more suited for a client’s specific needs.  In simple terms, the client becomes a partner in all aspects and phases of the project delivery.  While it is more of a time investment on the client’s part, the advantages to this process are significant.  Simply stated, the client becomes a partner in all aspects of the project delivery.   

Early processing of the client’s budget and design criteria provide a solid initial foundation for the project to progress upon. Fast-tracking the project within the Design/Build approach can save 30 to 35% of a typical, critical path timeline over the traditional Design/Bid/Build approach. This can save a lot of money in the General Conditions cost of a project.

Single source processing of initial project information reduces the chance for misunderstandings and elements of scope missing in the initial programming. This saves both time and money by avoiding costly change orders during construction.

Accurate early job-costing enables our clients to work with their respective financial networks in order to incorporate the project cost into their overall business budgets.

Construction costs are minimized by integrating known cost-effective materials and methods, referred to as value engineering.

Design and engineering fees are minimized by being determined initially with the early design and value engineering of the project.

The potential for litigation is also minimized by eliminating the adversarial roles of a separate designer and a separate contractor.

Integrated Project Scheduling at the outset of the project provides a valuable road map for all the partners of the team, including the client, to know who is responsible for each aspect of the project and when they should be occurring.  By initially establishing a time line of completion dates, accurate scheduling saves the client both time and moneyType your paragraph here.