The concept of value engineering was born in the 1940s when many industries faced shortages of construction materials due to World War II. Civil engineers had to get creative and find affordable alternatives that didn’t sacrifice the construction quality. And it worked–the concept grew in success and popularity, and construction professionals like Blackstone Corporation still utilize this method today.
By applying value engineering to construction projects, you can reduce overall costs and increase the value of the end result. By definition, value engineering isn’t simply “cutting costs,” but instead, adding value by maximizing function.
At Blackstone Corporation, our professional designers and engineers work together to determine the most effective solutions according to your budget. No matter the size of your commercial construction project, our qualified project managers help your project reach the finish line on time, on budget, and in style.