An integrated solution that delivers savings, efficiency and control. This is an area in which Lee’s past construction experience as a licensed contractor has proven extremely beneficial for our clients. Because Lee is well versed in all aspects of the design and construction of industrial facilities, we can typically assist a client in the identification of areas that will be of concern or that may need special attention before they become a bigger issue. Further, we are often able to fully define the initial scope of work that the Tenant will require and to better analyze the responses from the individual developers and thereby ensure an “apples to apples” comparison of proposals, all while minimizing misunderstandings on the scope of work to be done.
It is our feeling that our job in a Build-to-Suit is most often that of the role of a conductor orchestrating the interaction and performance of the many subgroups necessary for a Build-to-Suit. To this end we are currently in the process of becoming LEED certified to better assist our clients in achieving the many benefit’s that current technology offer for increased performance of their facilities.
Build-to-suit facilities offer a cost-effective and efficient way to fulfill a company's real estate occupancy needs. This approach allows you to design the building that meets your specific requirements, optimizes operational efficiency and achieves your financial objectives.
Choosing the build-to-suit option reduces the number of compromises you might otherwise have to make. Functional, operational and economic efficiencies can be achieved in a facility that is designed, constructed and financed with your objectives in mind. Among many advantages, build-to-suits:
When properly designed and managed, a build-to-suit facility can provide more for less. The planning process itself often results in direct cost reductions and increased efficiency. Reductions in the amount of space required can be achieved by planning facilities based on current and future requirements, and analyzing relationships between different functions and operating units. You can do more in less space when it has been designed from the ground up to meet your needs.
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