Partnering is a form of cooperation that involves efficient cooperation among various participants in a construction project.

Partnering is based on complete honesty and openness among the partners.
Based on experience, we have seen how cooperation creates added value for all of the partners involved.

Partnering is a structured form of cooperation

Key factors in partnering include: Joint goals, Methods for conflict resolution, Continuous improvements.

Partnering is a structured form of cooperation within the construction industry that enables developers, consultants and contractors to jointly solve construction assignments through honest cooperation, transparent operations and allowing various areas of expertise to complement each other throughout the construction process.

When a partnering solution is chosen, the project becomes the focus of attention and skilled individuals take optimal advantage of the project's resources through an intelligent internal dialog. This minimizes project time, reduces costs and increases quality. 

Since all participants are involved from the outset in efforts to jointly formulate project goals, the needs of both the customer and end users are met.

Planning together

Project budgets are established early on in the partnering process so that all participants have a financial framework to go by.

All participants in a partnering project are involved from the outset and jointly develop the project. When a project design is complete, the financial considerations have already been resolved.

In traditional construction processes, pricing does not begin until a project has been approved, thus delaying the construction process and, frequently, also the project schedule.