E+M understands strict budget, tight timeline, and post-project upkeep requirements are key parameters when executing on institutional projects. To meet this challenge, E+M focuses heavily on the planning process to best allocate resources while keeping projects within budget and on time. E+M’s institutional projects are designed for longevity and built for minimal future maintenance.
Structures built for longevity are designed with minimal future maintenance in mind. E+M prioritizes flexibility when considering future uses of the structure and adapting designs to the unique requirements of the customer.
Unique circumstances where structures have to be built around or adjacent to already present and working facilities is common. This building challenge requires creativity and coordination from our team to execute the project smoothly.
E+M communicates not only with the design team but also with the facilities team that will work and maintain the structure after the design/construction process is complete. This allows our team to make sure we are addressing all needs and concerns of all team members involved in the project during its’ lifespan.