Assemble Case Study

Leading Real Estate Company Uses Assemble for Design Cost Control to Keep Project on Budget

Design Cost Control – Stiles Construction

Founded in 1951, Stiles Corporation is recognized for developing more than 43 million square feet of quality office, industrial, retail, mixed-use and residential projects throughout Florida. With a multitude of award-winning projects, Stiles is credited with shaping South Florida’s iconic skyline. In addition to the Ft. Lauderdale headquarters, Stiles maintains regional offices in Miami, Tampa, West Palm Beach, Naples, Ft. Myers, Orlando, and Charlotte, North Carolina.

Stiles Construction is a division of the premier full-service commercial real estate development firm that focuses on producing high quality projects on time, within budget and to specification. Stiles Construction’s Design/Build Services provide a single source approach to planning, architectural design and construction services. With construction, engineering and architecture working in partnership, the design/build process ensures effective communication and creates a significantly efficient product for the clients.

The following case study describes how Stiles uses Assemble during preconstruction to:

  • Create an accurate quantity takeoff
  • Focus modeling efforts on areas that have the biggest cost and design impact
  • Analyze and capitalize on model-based quantities for better scheduling and production control
  • Capitalize on shared parameters to maximize model intelligence

“We were able to easily compare the models in Assemble and identify changes in the steel that were contributing to a $1 Million increase in a matter of minutes. This insight allowed us to make adjustments to get the budget back on track.”

Kris Lengieza
VDC Director
Stiles Construction

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