A building project is often meant to support a higher order organizational objective such as a business operation, entertainment, life style, worship and so forth. The fact is a building has its own life cycle that includes conception, planning, design, construction, occupancy and facility management. The problem is that most architects often get involved with the design phase which is the middle of the project life cycle and as a result, the opportunity to translate and integrate key elements of organizational objectives into the building process is not fully realized.
The Difference: Strategic Projects believes in getting involved early at the strategic planning phase to translate key organizational objectives into the building program and design. Our people and capability makes this difference. By using integrated teams of professionals that include business planners, architects, project managers, estimators, and other industry professionals, we are able to bridge the gap between organizational objectives, economics and built form.
Therefore our buildings are planned and designed with performance optimization in mind increasing return on investment.
Building lasting relationships.
Asking the right questions.
Value creation capabilities.