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Pros of using a design-build contractor All the same advantages as a general contractor, plus: Simplifies the process with one-stop shopping for design and construction Potential cost savings compared to hiring an architect for design. Significant cost savings    compared to hiring an architect for design and construction administration. No disputes between the designer and contractor over design errors or interpretations, or the “right” way to build. Should result in very few change orders or up charges related to unclear or incomplete plans and specs. Potential cost savings due to a more practical approach to design (since the design-builder is more likely to design with an eye toward construction costs).
Steps of a Design Build Job Note: Depending on the size of the job cost and meeting may change. 1. Meet with Designer and go over your ideas. The Designer will then start the Concept Drawing. 2. Meet again with Designer and review the Design, make changes and if there are not many changes. 3. A Rough Budget is given based on your Concept drawing. If this is OK. 4. The details of the Project are put together for a complete Estimate. 5. Meet and sign Proposal. 6. Start Obtain Permits. 7. Start Project. Remember good planning makes for a good project and you will stay in budget.
3-D Kitchen design, Note dots are lights,
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