You’ve probably read our article about how design builds can save you time, money, and stress (if you haven’t yet, you should definitely check it out). This time around we want to talk about why we chose to be a design builder and why we wouldn’t have it any other way!
In our line of work there is a constant evolution of knowledge. By working as a team, we don’t have to rely on one person to come up with results. The brain and the brawn work together to employ the most efficient and practical methods. On the flip side of that coin, the entire team is held accountable for anything that doesn’t quite go as planned. The benefit of this is that we don’t need to spend time pointing fingers because we will be using that precious time to find a solution.
In any industry, projects can’t often be parsed into clean pieces. They involve overlap and consideration from different team members. Working separately creates a break in communication that can lead to duplication and misinformation. Working together creates a culture of ongoing feedback. This increases the quality of output throughout the entire project. Our designers can effectively convey your needs to the builders. In turn, our builders can construct your project to the highest standards.
Build Strong Buildings and Stronger Relationships
Collaboration is a vital component to human achievement regardless of field. Each project we undertake helps to form a more solid team. That means shorter timelines, smoother setups, and a general sense of community. In a lot of ways, our team is our family. As a client, we get to bring you in to our clan for a while. Due to the nature of a design build, we are going to be spending a lot of time together. Building strong relationships is key to the success of your business, and ultimately ours as well.
Working as a design builder is an incredibly rewarding experience. We get to build our team and our community. Whether we are constructing on Albertan soil or designing structures for our neighbours to the South, we love what we do. If you want to see how we work firsthand on your next project, contact us today.