How RQAW | DCCM is Being Proactive to Manage Client Costs

When considering construction expenses, most would assume that the architectural design would be the most costly to a client; however, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) systems may constitute 25-40% of the overall construction costs, often representing the most significant portion of the budget. Failure to address these MEP costs in early planning and design stages can lead to budget challenges before construction even begins, resulting in unnecessary complications for the client.

To circumvent potential issues, RQAW|DCCM’s MEP team has implemented a simple yet effective strategy, focusing on proactive planning and communication. This approach aims to align project parameters with the budget and ensure client satisfaction.

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