One Size Doesn’t Fit All
That’s what we do…we adapt to the needs of our clients. We consider a project’s scale, complexity, and schedule before advising the best method for successful completion. Additionally, delivery classifications are flexible and Barton Malow specializes in accommodating variations based on special project needs.
Our current delivery methods include:
Construction Management (CM)
This method includes both CM-at-Risk and CM Agency. In this method, we are involved early in a project using multiple disciplines to manage the overall construction. Clients benefit from the significant builder expertise we bring to the design phase to augment and support the capabilities of the project architect.
Collaborative Project Delivery + Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)
Utilizing an integrated working relationship that shares risk and reward, owners, architects, engineers, and contractors collaborate earlier in the process, and deploy Lean practices, to improve the overall efficiency and productivity of a project. IPD and Lean Construction techniques are also commonly used in other delivery models.
A streamlined delivery via a single contract between the owner and the design-build team, this simple, yet fundamental, method saves money and time by transforming the relationship between designers and builders into an alliance that fosters collaboration.
A variation of the design-build delivery method, EPC involves collaboration with a highly-qualified engineering firm to provide turnkey services, including procurement for the major equipment not purchased by the owner.
Also described as Design-Bid-Build, this traditional model includes hiring prequalified subcontractors through a competitive bid process, as well as self-performing appropriate scopes.
Serving as an extension of the owner’s staff, and strengthening an owner’s control over the many facets of their program, we oversee work from pre-design through post-construction in this delivery method.