Design-Build is an increasingly popular option.  This project delivery method involves a single relationship between two parties (the owner and the builder).  The owner works directly with the builder from project concept through to completion.

Timely Construction & Flexible Budgets

In this delivery method the owner and builder have a close working relationship from the preliminary stages of the project. The builder remains the primary point of contact for the owner throughout the process and hires consultants to complete designs/plans and specifications. Design-Build contracts can typically be structured as stipulated price or cost plus depending on the owner’s requirements.

This delivery method offers faster project timelines and can realize cost saving opportunities at the design stage. Additionally, projects can be designed with the owner’s budget in mind rather than receiving pricing after design is completed.

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Faster Timelines & Cost Saving Opportunities

Project Management & General Contracting

Flexible Pricing Based On Project Requirements


Let Our Expertise Guide You

At Calanah Builders our experience allows us to guide you through every step of the project process from concept to design and completion. We can offer in-house design services to get your project started quickly, and we have a network of quality consultants that we work with to ensure all project requirements are satisfied. Our longstanding reputation for honesty and dependability makes us an ideal choice to partner with in a Design-Build scenario.

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Frequently Asked Questions

All communications for the design and construction stages will be handled directly by your Calanah team. As the project progresses you will be assigned a specific project manager who will be your main point of contact.
Typically our construction warranty is one year from completion. Some manufacturers may have extended warranties based on specific components.
Generally, the preliminary design and pricing can be done based on conceptual drawings allowing the owner to determine if the project is feasible before committing to professional drawings.
The property owner is responsible for the on site safety but that responsibility is typically assigned to the General Contractor in the contract documents.