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Creating projects with the “design build” approach, allows for designers and contractors to collaborate closely during the scope of the development process as a true team. Unlike many projects, where the design is completed and contractors are brought in at the end of the process to cost estimate the finished design, “design build” is ahead of the curve. Designers and builders work together from start to finish. Information is shared and recommendations and building approaches are analyzed. The critical decisions are made early on to ultimately save time, and money. The project may be at a conceptual stage or even up to 35% completed in design, but regardless, the method still allows flexibility for all involved parties. Mechanical, electrical and plumbing subcontractors work with the specific engineering disciplines to share in the design concept and drill down on key elements. Whether it is space planning, equipment locations, value engineering of equipment, having the ability to include options for future expansion etc., the “design build” delivery method covers the basis.


Also, with energy efficient equipment rapidly entering the marketplace, combined with new Title 24 energy requirements adopted in 2017, AP Construction is current on these new regulations and utilizes them to the advantage of the project. The ultimate goal is to save time and bring cost savings to the client while delivering a quality constructed finished product.