Quality control over design practices serves to minimize design errors and omissions, but we feel the most important aspect is the resulting well-coordinated set of mechanical and electrical plans from which the contractors bid and build. This ensures our clientele of close
bidding from a well-coordinated set of plans and decreased contractor guess work during the bidding process.
We exchange plans with the architects, structural and civil engineers. This practice allows us to review the designs of other trades to determine, and head off, possible field conflicts. We feel strongly that this practice ultimately leads to lower overall building costs by eliminating unwanted change orders which arise due to lack of design team coordination.