Our collaborative design-build delivery method combines architectural and engineering design services with construction performance as one team under one contract. Our fully-integrated design-build teams lead the process from initial planning sessions through project completion. This approach offers a single source of communication for the owner and streamlines the entire design and build process. It also allows for flexibility in overlapping phases of the project for a reduced schedule and greater overall value.
Construction management focuses on partnership and collaboration with the owner throughout the entire process. Engaging early with Tulasi Bhakta Construction ensures our management team finds cost-effective solutions for project challenges while still complying with the design intent and overall project objectives. As your client advocate, our team’s experience greatly reduces the level of risk on every project
Tulasi Bhakta Construction general contracting is available for clients who prefer a traditional design-bid-build approach. Utilizing a select and experienced group of pre-qualified trade partners during the bid process helps us maintain our reputation of high project quality. Count on us to lead the way to a successful project with our quality control, safety programs and value engineering.
When building new community facilities, often projects lag because of funding. Facilitating a mutually beneficial partnership between a public entity and a private developer to provide an alternate financing option has become more commonplace. From national projects for the federal government to local municipalities looking to enhance their communities’ amenities, our team has experts that can help you navigate this process right from the start.
INTEGRATED PROJECT DELIVERY
Shared risk and shared rewards. Integrated project delivery offers maximum collaboration. On the cutting edge of delivery methods, this unique partnership between clients, design team, construction managers and trade partners creates unmatched communication and consensus