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5 Elements of the Construction Design and Planning Process

A smooth construction process hinges on several key elements. Many people and entities aren’t sure exactly what is involved in the construction design and planning process. We’re here to help clear up any confusion.

  1. Work with one source

Whether you are building a new structure or expanding your current space, getting started can seem like a daunting process. By working with a company that offers integrated teams, your project gets off to a great start from the very beginning of your vision to the day of the ribbon cutting.

  1. Making the decision

While you might think that you’ll expand your current space, it might be better to find a new site and build a state-of-the-art facility. Conversely, you might have this image in your head that you’ll need to find a completely new site when a more budget-friendly option is to repurpose what you already have available. A comprehensive review of your goals and assets by a professional team is a key way to narrow down these choices.

  1. Seamless planning

Often, someone works with an architect to get beautiful plans drawn up and designed to meet their needs. However, sometimes when it gets bid the plans fall through, or they cannot afford to build it. When you work with us, this never happens. We start with the budget so our architect and project manager can work together to create something that works. This seamless planning process saves you time and money.

  1. Service, Price, and Quality

There’s an old saying that you can only have two out of the following three: service, price, and quality. Regardless of how this statement gained traction, in terms of the construction design and planning process, it is a falsehood if you choose the right company to work with. Miller Architects & Builders has been serving St. Cloud and the surrounding Minnesota area since 1874 as a builder. In 1972, they added an architectural segment to their offerings to enable their clients to enjoy a one-stop professional location for all their construction needs.

  1. Trust

Whether you are heading a government building project or realizing your dream of opening your own business, you need to be able to trust the builder you work with. After all, without that level of trust — coupled with experience and professionalism — you stand to lose time and money. Miller Architects & Builders partners with you to deliver the project you envision while meeting your deadlines and budget constraints.

If you’re ready to learn more about how you can take your ideas to fruition, Miller Architects & Builders can help. Contact us today to get started!