Can You Trust Another Structural Steel Fabricator with Your Project?
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Learn the 3 Crucial Factors You MUST Consider When Choosing a Structural Steel Fabricator, if Your Project is Going to Stay On Budget, Fulfill Your Quality Requirements and Finish On Time!
Our typical design-build project, with our early involvement as the structural steel fabricator, usually involve the following steps:
- A pre-construction meeting involving the General Contractor, Engineer, Architect, and all other trades.
- Each trade discussing value engineering possibilities and/or potential problems, from current design.
- A discussion of owners’ questions and/or potential changes to plans.
- A discussion of sequencing the project and time allowed for each trade, for determining the project schedule.
- Meetings throughout the project, as required, to keep all trades current on the progress.
Third, Your Project’s Structural Steel Fabricator Must Be Able to Keep to a Schedule. As a General Contractor, you have a schedule to keep. You already know how costly delays can be. Therefore, while low up-front bids may be designed to win your business, they could very well cost you more in the long run if they cannot perform in a timely manner. It only takes one trade to cause the entire project to be thrown off schedule and all the other trades having to make up the lost time. We know how time sensitive your schedule is and our goal is to provide a quality product in a timely manner and strive to beat deadlines.
Being involved in your project from the very beginning, as a member of your Design-Build Team, can only save time and expenses in the long run. MMW Fabrication has an outstanding reputation for being a part of the solution when challenges arise, whether working with the General Contractor or other trades. Whatever your expectations are of us, we expect to exceed them. Our work is not complete until all of our customers’ needs and requirements are met to their complete satisfaction, which is what you expect and deserve.