Value Engineering: How to Balance Building and Budgets

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Whenever you plan a construction build, having a budget in mind is a critical part of the process. That’s why it’s so important to learn the art of value engineering. Simply put, value engineering is the process of assessing what you need and how to get it for the best price. This also might involve cutting costs in some areas to stay within budget to allocate funds to your non-negotiables. While value engineering may be a new term to you, it’s actually been around since World War II when building materials were limited at best — all because the war effort required most resources to be able to keep fighting.

Value Engineering: How to Balance Building and Budgets

Try these tips to get the most out of your value engineering process:

  • Decide what you absolutely must have in your construction build.
  • Be willing to let go of things that are draining your funds unnecessarily.
  • A simple way to do this is to weigh function over cost for each variable.

When you hire us at S.E. Trogdon & Sons Inc., not only are you getting expert know-how from over 94 years in business — you’re also getting construction experts that know how to offer you the best deal for your project. With all the paperwork and stress of licensing, permits, and all the moving parts working together, it’s understandable to feel overwhelmed — but we can help.

From start to finish, your project will be guaranteed to be completed to your specifications at the highest level of quality possible. Give us a call anytime, and we’ll work with you to figure out your non-negotiables to maximize the benefits of value engineering.

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