150 years of building success meets cutting edge, virtual design and construction technology.
For nearly a century and a half, owners have called on us to take on the toughest jobs with the tightest schedules (and even tighter budgets) and find a way to build within those parameters. In the early years, we used solid engineering, sheer determination and strong relationships to help owners achieve their building goals. Today, we combine that expertise with a solid understanding of how, when properly woven throughout the project, virtual construction technology can enhance every aspect of the building process—from preconstruction through project close-out and every touch-point in between.
Together with the owner and our design and subcontractor partners, we use virtual design technology across many applications to improve communication and project management, identify challenges before they become on-site problems and propose new procedures that ultimately result in projects with the highest possible quality at the best final cost.
Technology is even more valuable in the hands of a true builder.
- When properly integrated into a project, our virtual building tools and technological arsenal can be the catalyst to achieving goals that not so long ago were considered impossible. To do that, we believe the key to proper integration is making sure the right team is in place.
- At McCarthy, we make sure these critical tools work in concert with the good judgment and strong business sense that comes from being a true builder. Understanding the requirements of your project. Knowing how to choose the right tools to ensure success. And, then effectively putting it all to work for you.
- When Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology and its many components are placed in the hands of a McCarthy team, the potential for improved efficiency, reduced change orders and cost savings is truly endless.
Contact McCarthy - the BIM capable contractors - to learn more about our measured approach that uses the latest virtual building technologies.