Our Unified Project Delivery (UPD) model aligns processes, solutions, trades, and teams across stages of development — delivering better quality, greater speed, and cohesive crews.
The UPD Approach
With all of our trades working in unison, timetables shrink and budgets condense. We avoid the typical issues that can arise when you rely on multiple contractors.
Pricing & Estimation
Early implementation of efficiencies and controls
Transparency of current and future market conditions
Material, time, and cost optimization
Design and Engineering
Singular design build multi-trade approach
Design impact on construction accountability
Realistic evaluations of constructability and installation
Procurement & Supply Chain
Streamlined procurement and logistics
Mitigation of supply chain and material risks
Controllable timeframes and shipping
In-house trade coordination and integration
Centralized client communications
Minimize job site complexities
Streamlined Project Benefits
Reduce clashes and bottlenecks
Simplicity for Our Partners
Our UPD model benefits our partners in multiple ways, but eliminating all points of contact — except one — has proven to be a standout. With only one hand for them to shake, our partners know that we are accountable for the whole process from start to finish. Through UPD, we deliver projects on budget, on time, and with care.
“The one component that keeps me satisfied with PDI is the number of strong players you bring to the table each time. You always seem to have the best people on site performing extremely well who know what they are doing when overcoming challenges.”
Partner // Washington D.C.
"The Power Design teams are always helpful! They're proactive, and they get things done. We don't have any issues. We see really good communication from Power Design, and not all of our subs are like that."
Partner // Los Angeles, CA
"We maintain a thriving relationship with you all, and not everyone in the industry gets to say that when it comes to whom they partner with on projects. Our expectations of Power Design are always in good standing.”