To deliver optimal building solutions Wilcon has adopted a variety of project delivery methods to best suit the characteristics of your project. Early involvement and collaboration across disciplines are key drivers to a successful project execution.
Turn-key delivery models have proven to result in earlier completion and higher quality. In our role as a CM/GC we take charge of the schedule, cost and quality to deliver the best possible building solutions for the most complex assignments.
Selecting a project delivery method is not a matter of personal preference, but determined by project-specific criteria. Below we highlight two examples delivery methods and their characteristics. Both methods have a few distinct differences, but practically a range or intermediate model can be developed, grasping the best of both worlds for the purpose of the project.
In a Construction Manager-at-Risk or CMAR setting we work alongside the design team and manage the budget, schedule, quality and construction of the project. This project delivery method has the advantage to fast-track the project, provide the contractors perspective early in the process.
Compared to the traditional design-bid-build process the risk of significant cost escalations are minimized. Cost increases are limited to owner initiated scope amendments or changes arising from the owner contracted designers.
In the Design-Build approach is a so-called single contract model, whereas the Wilcon takes on the design responsiblity in addition to the responsibilties as described in the CMAR model.