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The Design-Build Model

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Existing Structure

Our design-build process enables the client to directly engage with our team at all stages of the project. This system lessens the client's stress, while saving both time and money.

One of the most important factors in starting a new project is examining the existing conditions we'll be working with. Our goal is to identify and address any issues that may impact a project right from the beginning.

Design Rendering

Once we've established existing conditions, our architectural teams complete renderings of the existing and proposed project, enabling us to easily create and compare conceptual designs.

Clients are able to select finish materials and see their project come to life during design presentations. Once the final design is approved, we get to work with our select group of subcontractors to put together a formal job cost proposal. 

Completed Project

With our detailed design-build model, we are able to accurately estimate job costs during this portion of the design phase; eliminating those costly 'surprises' after construction starts. Our clients know exactly what to expect from the very beginning. 

During construction, our clients also have access to our project management portal, allowing them to review and sign agreements or change orders, see daily schedules, and receive regular job updates.

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This is the first step in exploring your vision! When you schedule a consultation with J.M. Bryson, we will explore your plans, discuss a realistic budget, and establish the feasibility of making your ideas a reality. 

We charge a flat-fee of $275 for this initial consult, as this site visit is a valuable investment for both you and us. You'll gather realistic expectations for your project and a better understanding of who we are and what we will provide as your design-build firm. 

Let us create your dream home.
Tell us about your project today.

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