When choosing a project delivery method, it is important to consider the project’s specific needs, including scale, complexity, schedule and financing. Delivery approaches are flexible and LeChase Construction can accommodate and assist with variations on methods based on specific project needs. Contact us to learn more about the project delivery methods or to discuss the best way to deliver your project.
Construction Delivery Methods
When it comes to construction management services, the LeChase Construction team’s approach is simple: we build not only buildings, but also relationships. We take the time to understand each project’s unique features and challenges and determine how to maximize economies for your needs. Our high percentage of repeat business validates the level of importance we place on building lasting relationships with our clients. Our people are empowered to “do the right thing” every day. Our experience in all construction phases, from project planning through project close-out and beyond, ensures the project is managed successfully.
By integrating the design and construction phase of a project, LeChase Construction is often able to economize time and cost. The design and construction team members collectively evaluate effective alternatives to maximize your construction value. Value engineering and constructability are implemented from the beginning of the project, and you have one point of responsibility. As the lead, LeChase Construction takes responsibility for quality, cost and schedule. By managing multiple, parallel objectives, including aesthetic and functional quality, as well as budget and schedule, we free the owner to focus on timely decision making, and scope and needs definition.
As your general contractor, like with any other delivery method, LeChase Construction will always “do the right thing.” We will handle all the construction services, including hiring and managing subcontractors to make sure we meet your project goals. Our ability to self-perform enables us to set the pace for construction, control project costs, and establish standards for quality and safety. Additionally, having a firsthand knowledge of the effort required to complete these trades allows us to more accurately schedule work, and enables our personnel to better monitor production and quality.