Returns On Your Investment
First-rate people hire first-rate people; second-rate people hire third-rate people. (Leo Rosten)
Time is money, and most office building owners and developers want great projects done quickly with a high rate of return. When they work with architects who are just concerned about their next award-winning design, it makes savvy business professionals frustrated and unimpressed. Really, it’s not about the design, it’s about the dollars.
We get it. Whether a new office building or an addition or renovation, developing a constructable design is paramount, keeping it on schedule is essential, and making sure the budget doesn’t bust is absolutely required. So, we understand that a great project starts with a sound understanding of a client’s requirements and expectations, as well as the funding and financial strategy. We develop a right-sized scope and program and move into design and construction documents. We’ve worked with many contractors across Arizona, and are comfortable with contractor-led project delivery, including design-build and design-assist.
When working with a developer-driven team, we’ll assign our most experienced designers and technical staff because they bring lessons learned and ingenuity to adjust to changes that occur as the design develops. We’re glad to bring in our engineering consultants or work with others that owners bring to the table. What’s most important is getting ahead of permitting and code requirements so they don’t delay final approvals and construction.
Having worked across the state, we’re acquainted with factors that affect the design, such as different climates and elevations, consulting engineers and contractors, and local preferences and regulations.
We design solutions that help your business bottom-line.
Our processes through design development through final project execution were efficient and on time. We were able to meet all timelines and budgets that the owner required of our team thanks to these processes.
Patrick Sheppard, Project Manager, Chasse Building Systems