From concept to completion Concur Design is a team of experienced design-construction professionals that works with customers and architects, from concept to completion, to create custom living areas such single and multi-family, multi-use and commercial buildings.

Concur Design uses a proven project delivery system to provide a seamless and transparent building experience. As a single-source resource with a national footprint, Concur Design is trusted by customers to overseas the entire process of a construction project.

Whether you’re a design professional looking for an experienced construction partner or a business owner looking to expand, Concur Design can coordinate the design and construction of your project.

We believe that; the most effective way to engage in any construction today is with a design-build approach. This means that one entity, the design-builder, enters into a single contract with the owner to provide both design and construction services. With sole-source responsibility of a single contract for both design and construction, the responsibility for coordinating all project elements falls into the hands of the design-build team, not the owner.


Pertains to building elements, heights and clearances implemented to address the specific needs of disabled people.

Pertains to the physical appearance and image of building elements and spaces as well as the integrated design process.

Pertains to selecting building elements on the basis of life-cycle costs (weighing options during concepts, design development, and value engineering) as well as basic cost estimating and budget control.

Pertains to functional programming—spatial needs and requirements, system performance as well as durability and efficient maintenance of building elements.

Pertains to specific actions within a historic district or affecting a historic building whereby building elements and strategies are classifiable into one of the four approaches: preservation, rehabilitation, restoration, or reconstruction.

Pertains to occupants’ well-being—physical and psychological comfort—including building elements such as air distribution, lighting, workspaces, systems, and technology.

Pertains to the physical protection of occupants and assets from man-made and natural hazards.

Pertains to environmental performance of building elements and strategies.