The earlier you engage us in the process, the smoother your project will run.
Typically, our clients will bring their initial ideas to the table and we will assemble a team of designers
and consultants to carry out their vision.
Based on the Project Delivery Method, we either lead or assist in the Design Management Process by
working with architects and other consultants.
Prism has a unique Request for Tender method. Our bid requirements are integrated into a project’s
scope and schedule. We also have a unique depository of knowledge for each trade that reaps best
results in quality benchmarking.
The procurement of first-rate trade contractors imprints success on a project for Prism and our clients.
Prism’s Program Management Office have quantified performance management program in place. We
have unique Pre-Qualification system that is integrated to the success and requirements of each project.
General Contracting: Prism is a team builder. With extensive experience with various trade contractors
and a knowledge base that allows us to integrate cost, schedule and quality, we aim to exceed our
clients’ expectations on every project.
The Design-Build project delivery method is traditionally selected when the scope is clear.
Prism has provided Design-Build services to many large corporations. We are known in the industry for
meeting and exceeding our clients’ expectations, whether they’re driven by schedule, budget, safety or
We leverage over three decades of experience on a broad range of projects, as well as strong
relationships with trades and up-to-date knowledge of trends in the construction industry, to deliver
innovative concepts and solutions.
Construction Management At-risk:
Prism is open to entering a CM-At-Risk contract with complete transparency. When we do so, we
perform extensive due diligence and are an invaluable partner.
The CM-at-Risk contract is a hybrid that began being used in 2010 with the publication of CCDC-5b
agreement. Prior to this, the contractor first engaged in a project under a CM-as-Agent agreement,
providing services in the pre-design and design phases. As trades were procured, the contract was rolled
into a phase-based CCDC-2 Stipulated Sum Contract.
This phase-gates based conversion is now more possible through the CCDC-5b contract.
We recommend entering a Construction Management-as-Agent agreement if a client is expecting
multiple changes in a project as it goes along, or if the design will be completed concurrently with
It provides control to the client, with a realistic estimation of resources, especially in the pre-
A General Contractor becomes a partner during the construction process, and the relationship with the
client is based on trust.
Prism’s fairness and ethics are well known in the industry. We are a process-based company and we
believe in transparency. We provide quotes tied to scheduling, including a quality management program
with associated costs.
Prism begins to plan for project close out during the design phase. One aspect that sets us apart is our
ability to help clients plan for facility management 25-30 years after construction.