Want to shorten your construction timeline? Design/Build arrangements allow for a turnkey process from design to construction, all under one contract.
From concept through completion, the professionals at Cord Construction will make your building project a reality through our Design/Build option.
Design-build arrangements allow the project’s owner to contract with a single entity for both design and construction. This model provides for a single point of contact between the owner and the contractor. Cord Construction’s Design-build delivery system minimizes our clients’ project risk and shortens the construction timeline through the careful integration of design and construction phases. Our commitment to high-quality projects and our dedicated, experienced staff ensures that whatever type of project you have in mind, we can make it happen.
Some features of Cord Construction’s turn-key Design/Build services include:
- Preparation of all design documents
- Comprehensive construction documents that detail the project’s budget, timeline, and required materials
- A single point of contact as well as responsibility for the project from beginning to end
LEED-Accredited for Green Building Construction and Design
Cord Construction is a leader in the successful completion of projects with sustainable construction practices. Green buildings are beneficial for the environment and provide a long-term benefit to building owners and tenants.
Our team includes LEED-accredited professionals and Green Associates who are members of the U.S. Green Building Council and follow the LEED rating system in our sustainable projects.
ASHE-Accredited for Health Care Construction
The Cord Construction team includes ASHE-certificate holders who have the training, knowledge and proven experience to work in the health care construction environment.
Beyond field experience, our team is on top of health care construction trends and regulations, including: design and construction process; Life Safety Code® compliance; construction risk assessment; mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems (MEP); medical gas systems; and medical technology.