The Verto Approach

The Verto Approach is a proprietary innovation that is designed to save our clients time and money and to ensure the solution is built as designed, on budget and on schedule.

The Verto Approach consists of three disciplines:

  1. Interior Design
  2. Project Management
  3. Construction & Installation Management

The only constant in our technologically driven world today is change.

It would be unsustainable and counter-productive to design towards a “one size fits all” solution. The Verto Approach embraces the concept of “Change in Motion” by engineering designs that will keep pace with the ever-evolving technologies and workplace trends while providing a high degree of future proofing.

The whole enterprise can be daunting because it’s a new way of working together for most of us, with an emphasis on coordination, co-creation and connection as opposed to the construction model many of us have been used to in past where work is accomplished in silos. “Figuring it out on site” or “That’s not my problem” have become synonymous with the status quo way of building. This is how we end up setting out to design and build a horse but end up with a camel.

Along every step of the path, Verto360 is the constant.

Interior Design is the tip of the spear when it comes to helping our clients realize their unique vision. Along every step of the path Verto360 is the constant, utilizing our knowledge of Construction, Technology and Furnishings we can provide programming, space planning and specifying. Using the ICE software platform we are able to show our clients and all stake holders full 3-dimensional layouts with fly through capabilities that include furnishings and provide to-the-penny budgets before anything goes into production. No guess work, or imagine this, just accuracy.

Project Management ensures that coordination of all aspects of the solution are completed seamlessly. According to the 2005 Journal of Construction Engineering & Management 131 study up to 49.6% of time in construction productivity is lost due to coordination issues. The Verto Approach ensures that these dollars are either re-directed towards added value or savings on the project. The PM coordinates with all consultants and trades (Electrical, Mechanical, Structural, IT, etc.) to ensure a smooth implementation before we get to the project site, and after.

Construction & Installation Management incorporates risk assessment and mitigation to ensure that the solution is delivered as designed, on budget and on schedule. The CM coordinates with all trades on the job site that interact with our scope. This is important, because at the end of the day we deliver a future-proofed, sustainably built interiors in 25% less time and at a price at least 5% less than cost of conventional construction. Most importantly, you get the horse you designed and wanted and not the camel.

The Verto360 Process is 25% quicker than the traditional design build

Traditional
Design Build

VS

Verto360
Process

  • Layout & Planning
  • Frame Demising Partitions
  • Electrical Rough-in
  • Close-in Inspections
  • Hang & Finish Demising Partitions
  • Electrical Rough-in: Celings
  • Ceiling Grid
  • Mechanical Rough-in
  • Frame Ceiling-high Partitions
  • Close-in Inspections: Ceiling
  • Close-in Inspections: Ceiling-high Partitions
  • Hang & Finish Ceiling-high
  • Paint
  • Ceiling Tiles
  • Carpet
  • Final Inspections
  • Occupancy
  • Layout & Planning
  • Frame Demising Partitions
  • Electrical Rough-in
  • Close-in Inspections
  • Hang & Finish Demising Partitions
  • Electrical Rough-in: Celings
  • Ceiling Grid
  • Mechanical Rough-in
  • Paint
  • Sprinkler Rough-in
  • Carpet
  • DIRTT
  • Electrical Connections to DIRTT Partitions
  • Close-in Inspections: Ceiling
  • Ceiling Tiles
  • Final Inspections
  • Occupancy
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