Our unique construction process, The Relentless Pursuit, is built on LEAN principles. Our culture of rigorous project management and proactive, transparent collaboration enables us to deliver the best value for our partners. We activate The Relentless Pursuit during the proposal phase and maintain this rigor through project completion.
This process sets new industry standards in construction by eliminating waste, working smarter, and building better projects while consistently over-delivering on time and on budget with the highest quality results.
We are so confident in our ability to deliver value through The Relentless Pursuit that we make a simple offer to our clients:
We guarantee clients a 10% decrease in budget and/or time through The Relentlesss Pursuit process or our preconstruction services are free.
FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPALS OF THE RELENTLESS PURSUIT
Understand the value stream for our partners and apply it throughout the entire project
Elimination or reductions of waste
Decreased budget or timeframe
Prefabricate and modularize building systems (when needed)
Reliability of scheduling & delivery
Communication & Transparency
Palmisano operates with a partnership mentality, sets individual objectives aside, and does not rest until shared goals are met.
You’ll have direct communication with Relentless Pursuit leadership, who develop and prepare your concept for construction through a multi-disciplined, collaborative approach.
Palmisano has the in-house capacity and Architecture, Engineering, Civil, and Self-Perform expertise to proactively and simultaneously manage drawings, budgets, schedules and execution strategies, increasing your speed to construction. We understand that the smallest details affect the big picture and strategically manage both.
Palmisano actively builds and fosters strong relationships in the market, ensuring you have a partner who can engage in the discussions that drive solutions.
“Palmisano worked closely with the Museum to manage the projects tight budget by offering design solutions that reduced cost without diminishing the beauty or functionality of the hotel. The interior design and finishes are often described as stunning even though numerous cost saving revisions were incorporated in the design at the suggestion of Palmisano.”
– Robert Farnsworth, Senior V.P. for Capital Programs, The National WWII Museum