FENJ Design-Build_350x263.jpgDesign-build provides customers with a single point of contact for all phases of a project—from estimation and pre-construction to engineering, construction, and post-construction.

Forest Electric New Jersey is an electrical contractor with the broad capabilities, engineering know-how, and experience needed to deliver design-build projects on-time, on-budget, and to the highest standards of quality.

Benefits and Advantages of Design-Build:

  • Continuous control of project costs
  • Continuous value engineering with owner input and real-time cost data
  • Fully coordinated project from design through construction
  • Intimate knowledge of systems and components from field experience allows for the use of innovation and state-of-the-art systems
  • Concurrent design and construction to facilitate accelerated schedules
  • Knowledge of local building codes can help minimize delays and costs and improve response time
  • Single-source responsibility for design, installation, and operation of systems, warranty and service— a complete, one-stop-shop solution

Comprehensive Analysis and Value-Engineering

Our design-build approach depends on performing a comprehensive analysis of the proposed project, encompassing financial needs, scheduling demands, location and jobsite restrictions, and assessing a facility’s architectural and electrical requirements. This process helps us to add value wherever possible and accounts for current as well as future building needs.

As design progresses, we prepare the jobsite and begin pre-purchasing materials, overlapping construction with design in order to meet aggressive schedules. Throughout the process, our experienced project managers and engineers collaborate closely with our clients to help ensure projects are completed on time without sacrificing attention to detail.

After construction, we provide walk-throughs, hands-on training, and core documentation for owners, facility managers, and facility management teams.

Our Design-Build Services:

  • Prefabrication through Revit engineering
  • Conceptual Budget
  • Design Sequencing
  • Value Engineering
  • Material Purchasing
  • Project Coordination Meetings
  • Schedule Development
  • Pre-Construction Activities
  • BIM