Best Available Quality and Price – The right vendor helps to quickly assess which equipment and systems are the best quality, have the most longevity, and are the most efficient. Having this information makes it much easier to obtain owner approval and also to be able to predict how the project will play out, both during and after construction.
Expert Guidance – The right vendor brings expertise to the table that can support preliminary project planning.
Trustworthy Business Relationship – Doing business with the right vendor pays in multiple ways, such as competitive pricing, specialized knowledge, and peace of mind knowing you can call the same vendor again and again for top notch, specialized, honest input, and access to the best technology in the business. The right vendor will always steer you in the direction of what will (and won’t) work for your for your design.
Trouble Shooting Support – A common error in cost estimating is taking wrong measurements from plans and specifications. The right vendor’s specialized expertise can help prevent errors, and also help quickly resolve any that do come up. Having the clearest most accurate design and specifications possible keeps projects costs down and RFIs to a minimum.