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Value Engineering - Structure Tone
Structure Tone is a global leader in construction management and general contracting services with offices located in the US, UK, and Ireland. Founded in 1971, the company is among the world’s top twenty construction companies worldwide, responsible for more than $3.5B in annual construction volume.
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Value Engineering

The Structure Tone project team uses value engineering as part of our Value Management Program to save clients’ time and money with no impact to project. We collaborate with architects to review documents for high-cost elements, material availability and long-lead items, constructability, and schedule and logistical issues, and we recommend time and budget-saving alternatives. Suggested changes range from using a different type of stone or light fixture to fast-track scheduling for quicker building occupancy.

Our Value Management process typically includes:

  • Establishing preliminary values as a basis for alternate cost solutions
  • Developing costs for each component and assembling alternatives with their total costs and the functions they must satisfy
  • Developing a comparative analysis of all alternatives, including aesthetic intent and additional maintenance factors
  • Preparing key documentation for incorporation into the construction documents upon owner and architect acceptance

“Structure Tone has been a great partner in the decision-making process of our hotel design, resulting in a better building and a more-informed client. Quick, conscientious, and knowledgeable feedback on varying systems and construction implications is a critical need in today’s development market and their team has consistently fulfilled that role.”

– Matt Hopkins,
Director of Architecture, Streetsense

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