Design / Build or Design / Assist for Your Next Omaha Project
With a design / build approach to construction, our designers and contractors work closely as a team, leaving you with a single point of contact and a lot less to worry about. Design / build projects enable the owner, design engineer, and contractor to work together under a single contract, allowing a team approach to creating the most workable, efficient, and economical design. At Grunwald Mechanical, we know that all focus should be on making your vision a reality, and by working together as a team, we eliminate the conflict and miscommunication that can arise between independent companies.
Already have a design? No problem! In our design assist approach to construction, clients bring us their completed or drafted plans for a project, and our designers and contractors help to finish the design. We will propose ideas and changes in order to make your project more realistic, economic, and constructible as we move forward.
Through the design / build construction process, Grunwald Mechanical has completed projects in:
- Food processing
- Power plants
- Commercial and office buildings
- Pipe data centers
- Pump stations
We incorporate the newest technology into our design and we strive to make your building as energy efficient as possible, at the lowest feasible cost to you.
Our Design / Build Construction Process
Grunwald Mechanical Contractors & Engineers uses the latest in computer aided drafting technology to plan your project from start to finish. Our BIM and CAD technologies allow for 3D and even 4D modeling. As we design and ultimately construct your project, we encourage you to be a part of the process, so every part of the design / build operation is completed to your satisfaction.
Grunwald Mechanical strives for reasonable and feasible design projects that accomplish your goals, but at an appropriate cost and without over-design. We treat each and every project as if we were financing the construction out of our own pocket in order to provide you with an appropriate construction estimate and minimize costly surprises.