The most common delivery method, Design-Bid-Build allows JMD to work closely with your company to develop your project, before “bidding” the project out to independent contractors then moving into construction. With set designs in place before bidding begins, Design-Bid-Build projects are more likely to stay on or below budget, because plans seldom change once construction starts.
A similar delivery method, Design-Build removes the bidding stage. In Design-Build projects, JMD doesn’t spend your time bidding the project out to other contractors, but designs and constructs the project all in house and often at the same time. Design-Build projects can be delivered quicker with less time and confusion spent in meetings.
Another delivery method where JMD takes a less active role in the design and construction of your project, Construction Management is chose when you decide on different (third-party) designers and builders, but still want JMD’s management and industry expertise available to guide your build. JMD’s superintendents will simply oversee the work of our subcontractors and work to make sure you are happy with the project.