This process involves our team scrutinizing the design one last time to identify any potential cost-saving measures that won’t sacrifice the design or function of your building. For example, there could be a major price difference by using stone tile flooring versus VCT. Value engineering also helps us measure the cost-to-worth ratio — we want you to have the best possible value for your money.
Value engineering also carries over to the build phase as well. Sometimes, contractors can spot additional cost-saving measures from their years of experience that may arise after the design phase is completed.