Who can build this? How long will it take? How much will it cost? However, those aren't the only questions you should be asking. Choosing the right partner depends on a lot more.
But they don't actually have all the capabilities needed to execute your project in-house.
Which adds layers of time, budget, communication and logistics to an already complex project.
With more links in the chain and less control over the process across the project lifecycle.
Unexpected surprises cause change orders, overtime, rush charges and costly workarounds.
With no single point of accountability, bottlenecks and missed deadlines cripple production timelines.
Compromises in build quality and materials lead to substandard results and maintenance headaches.
Coordinating multiple vendors is a full-time job.
Without full in-house capabilities, the problem isn't solved.
If they aren’t building it ... they're just marking it up.