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Integrated Project Delivery

We're one of the Canadian pioneers behind this disruptive building method.

Maximize Value, Minimize Risk

By optimizing early engagement from all stakeholders - trade partners, architects, owners, and contractors - IPD creates a much deeper level of collaboration. It naturally fosters efficiency, innovation and goal alignment. Read more.

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A pair of park benches in the center of a building complex. Our teams have accumulated over 11 million dollars in cost savings. And 12 months worth of saved time.

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Delivering in IPD

From start to finish, an integrated project differs from a traditional one.

For example, design decisions are moved to the beginning phases of a project - where they can be more effective and less costly. In doing this - and implementing early team engagement - the project has a higher level of completion prior to pre-construction. Reducing time and increasing savings. 


Traditional vs IPD delivery

The project delivery method is the single greatest determinant of success - in terms of cost control, quality of work, schedule, performance and positive social impact. See how IPD compares to other delivery methods.

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IPD projects