We combine architecture, engineering, and construction services to provide clients with comprehensive integrated solutions under one roof. At Wight, we connect innovative design with next-generation delivery services.
Wight provides comprehensive services from preconstruction through project closeout, with 100 percent of our work delivered as a construction manager or construction manager-at-risk. Ideal for today’s complex building projects, our approach to construction management provides greater control, improved collaboration, and more reliable results over a traditional owner-architect-contractor approach.
We perform traditional preconstruction and construction services that are awarded through contract negotiations. We hold all subcontracts and guarantee the cost and schedule, with the cost contracted on a “lump sum” or “guaranteed max” basis. Because we don’t self-perform, our team is singularly focused on ensuring that the project is delivered with maximum quality and efficiency. There’s complete transparency and no hidden agendas.
Design Led-Design Build
Most building projects involve several owners, stakeholders, and participants; hundreds of planning components; and thousands of details. We believe the most effective way to manage and control these moving parts is for one firm to have sole responsibility for all aspects of Design Led-Design Build. From developing the program and architectural plans to overseeing the construction, Wight & Company is a one-stop-shop.
Job Order Contracting
Wight delivers ongoing renovation, repair, and expansion projects for public-sector clients through multi-year, performance-based job order contracts (JOCs). Numerous government agencies rely on our team’s successful track record of completing these projects efficiently and consistently.
As builders, we recognize our responsibility to minimize environmental impact while advancing innovative, energy-efficient solutions for our communities. Before the first shovel hits the ground, we work with our clients and colleagues to develop goals that balance a project’s environmental, economic, and social components.