WE GO BEYOND
You don’t have a one-size-fits-all project. We don’t offer one-size-fits-all solutions.
While we’ve got a lot of great ideas, and we’re confident in our solutions, we don’t like to jump to conclusions. Instead, we start with you. What are your goals? What are your priorities? What will make your project extraordinary?
Then we get to work. We explore different possibilities and present you with options.
We suggest opportunities for you to take advantage of new technologies or innovative approaches. We align our ideas with your big-picture vision for your building or campus (and sometimes we help you form that vision, too).
The result? Thoughtful solutions tailored to your specific project.
We’re ready for your toughest engineering challenge
At our core, we’re problem-solvers. We love a good challenge. The tougher, the better. Whether it’s project size, complexity, system type, schedule requirements, occupied buildings…we’ve faced them all. When you’re wondering how you’re going to make your project happen, we’re here.
We believe construction projects are a team sport
If you talk to our staff, you’re likely to hear how helpful people are. How willing to share their knowledge. How ready to lend a hand. Collaboration is part of our culture. We are five offices and one Karpinski team.
On projects, we enjoy working alongside our clients. Your vision for your project and your insights into your organization are important to the solutions we ultimately deliver.
We’re also proponents of team-based project delivery. Approaches such as design-assist, integrated project delivery, Lean, and design-build all give project teams the opportunity to amp up the value they’re able to provide.
People are at the heart of what we do
One of the most rewarding things about the projects we work on is the impact they have on their communities. Schools, hospitals, businesses, museums…these places mean so much to the people who use them.
As we’re hammering out the technical details, we’re also thinking about the people who will benefit. We’re not just working for us - we’re working for them. And sometimes “they” are our own families, friends, and neighbors. What a great opportunity to serve our communities!