Kodiak Constructors continues to add value to our industry and as we grow we remain on the forefront of commercial construction projects that exemplify cutting edge work.
Design-BuildKodiak Constructors has famously completed many projects on a Design-Build basis ranging from office distribution centers to a 300,000 square foot church campus building. Design-Build is a truly effective method for controling project cost and schedule. It puts the design and construction under the control of one contract, yet with one simple source of contact for the client. Most importantly, it helps the team achieve the owner's budget.
General ConstructionKodiak Constructors is able to serve as a full service general contractor for new building construction, site work, renovation and interior upfit. We maintain a full complement of qualified employees and subcontractors to insure the Kodiak standard of excellence is achieved.
Preconstruction ServicesThe success for any construction project begins with the preconstruction process. Getting involved early in the process by evaluating costs and construction issues can prove to be critical in getting a design that meets client goals, project budget, and schedule requirements.
Our projects are managed with an emphasis on team work and communication. We identify potential issues and implement solutions early. The lines of communication between the contractor-architect and contractor-owner are always kept open. We believe that it’s key to effective project management.
Kodiak Constructors is pleased to offer a team approach as an alternative to the conventional Design-Build method of construction projects. There are several advantages to this approach that result in both tangible and intangible benefits.
Our greatest contribution is the triad of the owner, architect, and contractor along with the communication and commitment each project receives. We understand and appreciate the owner's desire to receive the greatest value for their investment. We also understand the need for accurate budget and scheduling information based on schematic drawings. Working together this triad can produce profound design and cost efficiency with limited risk and delays.