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Design Build Project

Planning

Designing

Budgeting

Construction

Design Build is TORCONs core strength, with the portfolio of work at Toronto's Pearson International being the best example of that. Design Build is a project delivery system that includes planning, design, budgeting and construction under one entity. It is the idea of partnerships from the start, to get a project successfully completed in a shorter amount of time and provide the highest satisfaction to the Client/Owner.


Design Build Team

Client

Design Build Firm

Interior Design Consultant/Engineers

Design Build Contractors

Suppliers

The Design Build team typically consists of the Client, Design Build firm, Interior Design Consultant/Engineers, and Design Build Contractors and Suppliers. Having all parties involved at the early stage of a process allows each one share their ideas for creative and innovate solutions, which can lead to faster project delivery and achieve the best cost value. This single entity then guides Management and the Board of Directors through the three phases of a refurbishment project: design, budget and construction execution. The Design Builders Advantages are: Signle Source of Accountability, Budget Management, Enhanced Communication, and Faster Project Completion with better Quality Control.


What is included in a Design Build in terms of all services?

Designing

Budgeting

Construction

What is included in a Design Build in terms of all services? Reserve Fund Analysis and Site Assessments are just the start of a three-phase process. Phase one is Design. The client receives a Completed Design with Industry recognised Designer, which include concept-boards, renderings, working drawings, preparation, documents and presentations. Second stage is the Budget. This stage includes estimates and final construction budgets. Using a Design Builder allows a team to find the best product choices to work within a defined budget. The final stage is the Construction Implementation that includes site preparation, subcontracting for required trades and assessment and evaluation, construction management, construction supervision, safety policy and procedures, bonding, errors and omissions insurance of those trades, warranties, design delivery and a turn over package.


Certificates

omissions insurance of those trades, warranties, design delivery and a turn over package. All the work executed by the company is conducted in accordance with safety requirements, applicable legislation, and best practices within the industry. A testament to the aforementioned is TORCON's commitment to receive The Certificate of Recognition (COR) as endorsed by the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations by spring 2017.