Involving Key Subs Early
Level 10 uses design-build MEPF (mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection) on the vast majority of our projects, including all of our large, ground-up corporate office projects. As we prefer this more collaborative and efficient method of working with our subcontractors, we have also used design-build procurement on other project scopes, including those listed below.
- Fire Protection
- Structural Steel
- Shoring and Piles
- Exterior Skin Systems and Windows
- Interior and Exterior Metal Stud Framing
Utilizing Design-Build MEPF allowed us meet the rigorous schedule demands of Stanford University's Florence Moore Hall Renovation. By obtaining early schedule, design and buyout commitments from our key subcontractors, we were able to lower costs and speed up delivery time, while removing from the owner many of the uncertainties associated with a project. Our 12-week project finished one week ahead of schedule.Doug Collins, VP of Operations, Level 10 Construction
Featured Projects (Design Assist/Design-Build MEP+)
Sutter HealthAlmaden Valley Clinic San Jose, CA
Lean construction techniques contributed to project efficiencies, including zero punch list.
CS Bio Co.Headquarters Expansion and Renovation Menlo Park, CA
Renovation of existing laboratory building, addition of new cGMP peptide manufacturing facility, and new seismic joint connecting the two structures.
Stanford UniversityFlorence Moore Hall Renovation Stanford, CA
11-week renovation of full-service kitchen, seven dormitory wings and courtyards.
Jay Paul CompanyMoffett Place Campus Sunnyvale, CA
New 1.9 million-sq.-ft. class “A” office campus, comprised of six 315,000-sq.-ft., 8-story office towers; three parking structures (one with a green roof) totalling 701,000 sq. ft. and 2,428...