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W Hotel Austin TX - Photos by Marshall BishopWe understand the importance of providing our clients with comprehensive design-build services, which is why we have full-time preconstruction services representation in the field available to meet with clients where needed. We know that the foundation of a successful facade or curtain wall project is innovative system design and in depth work with our clients very early in the design phase to ensure on time and in budget project delivery of a building envelope system that meets aesthetic and performance requirements of each individual project.
Our preconstruction services leader and engineering group work together with the design team and Construction Manager in order to develop custom solutions to each project. Design considerations range from the aesthetic and performance requirements determined in collaboration with the architect, to the fabrication and installation requirements that must be anticipated by the system design to assure a successful project completion. With our very experienced in-house engineering group and long history of design and development of custom unitized facade systems, we provide excellent design services to assist the Architect. Our preconstruction leader and estimating team collaborate to provide accurate and efficient budgets and cost impact evaluations to the Construction Manager in order to keep the project in budget, while meeting specific design requirements.
Maintaining or improving the project budget and schedule are of the upmost importance and our pre-con leader will coordinate with the design team, Construction Manager and Win-Con’s in house engineering and estimating teams throughout the process in order to analyze changes in the construction documents and inform the team of any and all impacts in a timely manner.
We will also be reviewing the construction documents throughout the process for constructability and will provide written recommendations and/or concerns with regard to constructability issues.