The planning makes the project
Weaver Commercial Contractor (WCC) works closely with you to establish what you need for today and for the future, looking toward growth in your profession.
Collaborative planning and attention to detail – both during design and construction – giving owners what they want, while balancing the budget with functional requirements.
WCC emphasizes constructability, scheduling, and quality, as well as a thorough knowledge of code requirements for medical office buildings.
Our design | build approach helps to:
-Reduce project durations, saving you time
-Manage budget, saving you money
-Create workable solutions, promoting productivity
-Give you a single point of responsibility, promoting communication
We consider all aspects of the facility’s use and explore potential cost-saving alternatives to find the most value for you. And, we take the time to listen to what matters most.
We consider your medical office to be more than just brick & mortar, but a positive environment for your medical team to administer healing care.
For 25 years, WCC has been designing and constructing medical offices, covering a wide range of specialized care facilities.
We aim to learn as much as possible about what you will do and how you will do it, from the first moment throughout the process – from design and planning into construction. That intense concentration uncovers the needs and what’s behind them, and this discovery happens together with the owner.
What type of care will be given? How many patients will be visiting the facility? Which technologies will be used? (Types and locations will determine where routers are placed and what materials should be employed). What kind of treatment environment will work best? (This can influence recommendations about different lighting in various areas, sound isolation between spaces or whether thermostats should be in every room.)
With answers to these and other questions, we understand goals to plan efficiencies.
We ask the right questions
It starts with your needs … and it ends with a vision for the future.