Design-Build

FENJ Design-Build_350x263.jpgDesign-build provides customers with a single point of contact for all phases of a project—from estimation and pre-construction to engineering, construction, and post-construction.

Forest Electric New Jersey is an electrical contractor with the broad capabilities, engineering know-how, and experience needed to deliver design-build projects on-time, on-budget, and to the highest standards of quality.

Benefits and Advantages of Design-Build:

  • Continuous control of project costs
  • Continuous value engineering with owner input and real-time cost data
  • Fully coordinated project from design through construction
  • Intimate knowledge of systems and components from field experience allows for the use of innovation and state-of-the-art systems
  • Concurrent design and construction to facilitate accelerated schedules
  • Knowledge of local building codes can help minimize delays and costs and improve response time
  • Single-source responsibility for design, installation, and operation of systems, warranty and service— a complete, one-stop-shop solution

Comprehensive Analysis and Value-Engineering

Our design-build approach depends on a performing a comprehensive analysis of the proposed project, encompassing financial needs, schedule demands, location and jobsite restrictions, and a facility’s architectural and electrical requirements. This helps us create a more effective design and efficient strategy; one that adds value wherever possible and accounts for current as well as future building needs.

As design progresses, we ready the jobsite and begin pre-purchasing materials, overlapping construction with design in order to meet aggressive schedules. Throughout the process, our experienced project managers and project engineers take a no-nonsense approach to every job, collaborating closely with our clients to ensure projects are completed on time without sacrificing attention to detail.

Our Design-Build Services:

  • Prefabrication through Revit engineering
  • Conceptual Budget
  • Design Sequencing
  • Value Engineering
  • Material Purchasing
  • Project Coordination Meetings
  • Schedule Development
  • Pre-Construction Activities
  • BIM