Innovations in Design-Build: A Conversation with LGE Design Build’s Texas Team

In a recent interview, LGE Design Build’s Texas team discussed their effective communication strategies in design-build projects. They highlighted the use of technology and shared examples of successful client collaborations. The team also expressed excitement about emerging technologies like 3D scanning and Matterport walkthroughs, which are shaping the future of design and construction in Dallas.

Communication is crucial in design-build projects. How do you ensure clear and effective communication with clients, construction teams, and other stakeholders throughout the project’s lifecycle?

Shelbie: Communication is the backbone of a successful design-build project. To keep everyone on the same page, we make sure to have weekly Owner-Architect-Contractor (OAC) meetings. These meetings involve not only our core team but also our trade partners. It’s a great way to discuss progress, address any concerns, and ensure everyone is aligned.

Caleb: In addition to those OAC meetings, I personally establish monthly senior management calls with the owner’s representation. This allows us to touch base at a higher level and make sure we’re meeting their expectations and goals for the project.

Kyle: In addition to our construction-focused meetings, we’ve implemented weekly design meetings with our consultants. This approach, adopted as our Texas office expanded, has proven invaluable. It enhances our product quality, fosters trust, and ensures a smooth handover to the construction team, ultimately leading to superior results.

Brandon: And when it comes to our subcontractor partners, we send them accurate schedule updates every week. This helps them plan their work accordingly and prevents any surprises down the line.

Shelbie: We also have monthly site meetings with our crew. We gather the Design, Estimating, and build team together in person on the site. This face-to-face interaction is invaluable for going over all aspects of the project, addressing any design or construction challenges, and ensuring everyone is on the same page.

Brandon: These strategies help us maintain clear and effective communication with our clients, construction teams, and other stakeholders throughout the entire lifecycle of the project.

Technology plays a significant role in modern architecture. Could you share insights into the digital tools and technologies you and your team utilize for design, visualization, and project management?

Caleb: In the design stage, we rely heavily on software like Revit and SketchUp. These tools are fantastic for creating 3D logistical plans and breaking down complex or tight spaces. They allow us to visualize potential issues early on, which is crucial for efficient planning and problem-solving.

Brandon: Procore is an essential tool for us once we’re in the construction phase. It centralizes a lot of our project management activities, like managing commitments, handling drawings, RFIs (Requests for Information), submittals, and even monthly invoicing. It streamlines our workflow and keeps everything organized.

Kyle: We utilize REVIT for BIM modeling, along with Bluebeam, Lumion, and recently Rhino on the design side. These tools allow us to create stunning renderings and enhance collaboration among disciplines in our contract documents. And as Brandon mentioned, on the construction administration side, PROCORE is indispensable, even though it sometimes surprises us with frequent updates!

Client satisfaction is paramount. Can you provide an example of a project where you worked closely with a client to understand their vision and needs, and how you translated that into a successful design?

Kyle: Fort West was an eye-opener for me. I joined the team after the initial pricing phase and, coming from a background in educational and healthcare projects, it was my first foray into the industrial side. Working closely with the client during early entitlement processes and as we refined the building plans, I learned that our industrial projects are quite prescriptive. It’s not just about going big; there are specific parameters we must meet to ensure we deliver a good-looking building that meets the client’s ROI and leasing requirements.

Brandon: Backyard Fort Worth jumps out to me. The existing structure had been modified multiple times before we began, and creating a new space that had the desired kitchen/restroom layout was a challenge.

Caleb: So, what we did was work closely with the client to assess their requirements and the limitations of the existing space. We knew that we needed more square footage to achieve their vision.

Brandon: To make it happen, we came up with the idea of connecting two of the existing structures. This not only provided the necessary additional square footage but also allowed us to create a seamless and functional layout for the kitchen and restroom.

Kyle: Indeed, it’s inspiring to see how innovative problem-solving and client-focused approaches, like the ones we used on Fort West, are making a difference in our projects.

Shelbie: In the end, both projects were a success because we not only met the client’s needs but exceeded their expectations. It’s a prime example of how close collaboration, innovative solutions, and effective communication can lead to a design that truly satisfies the client’s vision and requirements.

As technology continues to advance, what emerging architectural or construction tools or techniques are you most excited about, and how do you see them influencing the future of design and construction in the Dallas area?

Brandon: One thing that excites me is the use of 3D scanning to create digital as-builts. This not only improves accuracy but also provides a more manageable solution for clients and end-users. As buildings transition to 2nd and 3rd generation users, this technology will benefit architects, tenants, general contractors, and ownership immensely.

Caleb: Absolutely, Matterport 3D walkthroughs are a game-changer. They allow users to virtually explore the building and access data sheets for various items, which is a significant improvement for operations and maintenance.

Additionally, 4D scheduling using REVIT models and Oracle P6 to create timelapse videos based on project schedules is another exciting development. This not only helps clients visualize how the project will be built and billed but also provides a visual quality control for the construction sequence.

Brandon: And let’s not forget about robot layout technology. Being able to efficiently “print” wall layouts and finish types/schedules using total station systems is a tremendous time-saver and reduces confusion for subcontractors. It’s clear that these emerging tools and techniques are revolutionizing the design and construction process, making it more efficient, transparent, and user-friendly for all stakeholders in the Dallas area.

Kyle: As mentioned earlier, our design team has embraced RHINO. While I’m not using it daily, I can attest that it’s streamlining our process, taking us from early design to construction documents more efficiently. Once we’re in the construction phase, it’s all about REVIT. However, our greatest asset remains the expertise of our team. In architecture, continual learning is crucial, and I have full confidence in our team’s capabilities. I’d proudly match them against any other in the market.

Shelbie: By incorporating these technologies into our projects with our team, we aim to deliver the highest quality results while ensuring that our clients have a clear understanding of the design and construction process every step of the way. It’s all part of our commitment to providing top-notch service and cutting-edge solutions here at LGE Design Build.

LGE Design Build Earns a Spot on Inc. 5000 List for Fastest-Growing Private Companies

Inc. Magazine recently released its prestigious list of America’s fastest-growing private companies, and we are thrilled to announce that LGE Design Build has made its debut appearance on this exclusive list. We’re excited to share this accomplishment with our valued clients and partners who have been instrumental in our remarkable growth journey.

LGE Design Build’s impressive three-year growth rate of 186% has earned us a place at number 2,850 on Inc.’s list. This recognition is a testament to our unwavering commitment to delivering excellence in design and construction services to our clients. It also highlights the dedication of our exceptional team members who have played a pivotal role in our success.

LGE Design Build Dallas, Texas and Phoenix, Arizona locations.

Founded nearly 30 years ago, LGE Design Build has established itself as a leader in the design-build commercial construction market. Over the past five years, we have experienced significant growth, with a revenue increase of more than 290%. We take pride in being the only large-scale design-build firm in Arizona and one of the few in Texas.

Looking ahead, we have ambitious plans for continued expansion. LGE Design Build is poised to enter southern U.S. markets and diversify our portfolio by venturing into the multifamily sector. This expansion will complement our existing offerings, which span industrial, office, retail/restaurant, mixed-use, educational, adaptive reuse, and medical projects.

At the helm of LGE Design Build and its remarkable growth is our CEO, David Sellers, who has also achieved the rare distinction of guiding our company to secure a spot on the Inc. 5000 list.

“I am incredibly proud of our team members and our unwavering commitment to excellence, innovation, and making a positive impact in every facet of our business. Our philosophy has always been to think outside the box and set high standards for quality.”

– David Sellers, CEO, LGE Design Build
David Sellers DRS founder
David Sellers, CEO, LGE Design Build.

We would like to express our gratitude to our clients, partners, and team members for their continued support and dedication. Being recognized on the Inc. 5000 list is a significant milestone for us, and we look forward to even greater achievements in the future as we continue to innovate, grow, and provide exceptional design-build solutions to our clients.

Thank you for being part of our journey at LGE Design Build. We invite you to stay tuned for more exciting developments as we expand our horizons and raise the bar for excellence in the construction industry.

Tenant Improvement Project Basics: Enhancing Spaces for Business Success

A tenant improvement construction project, commonly referred to as “TI” or “leasehold improvement,” involves making modifications or upgrades to a commercial or retail space to better suit the specific needs and preferences of a tenant. This type of project occurs when a tenant leases a space within a larger building or complex and wants to customize it to align with their business requirements, brand identity, and operational functionality.

Tenant improvement projects can range in scope and complexity, but they typically involve various construction and design activities. In this article we walk you through an LGE Design Build restaurant TI from start to finish and highlight areas common in all tenant improvement projects.

  • Space Planning: The tenant works with architects or designers to plan the layout and flow of the space, considering factors like workspaces, customer areas, storage, and accessibility.
  • Interior Design: This involves selecting materials, finishes, colors, and other design elements that reflect the tenant’s branding and create a visually appealing environment.
  • Demolition and Build-Out: Depending on the extent of the improvements, some areas may need to be demolished, walls may need to be built or moved, and new partitions may be added to create the desired layout.
  • Electrical and Lighting: Wiring, lighting fixtures, and electrical outlets are installed or updated to meet the tenant’s technological and lighting needs.
  • Plumbing and HVAC: If necessary, plumbing systems, sinks, restrooms, and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are installed or upgraded.
  • Flooring: New flooring materials such as carpet, hardwood, tile, or specialized flooring are installed to enhance aesthetics and functionality.
  • Cabinetry and Fixtures: Custom cabinetry, shelves, counters, and other fixtures are installed to optimize storage and display areas.
  • Security and Access Control: Security systems, access control measures, and surveillance equipment may be added to ensure safety and compliance with regulations.
  • Brand Integration: The tenant’s branding elements, such as logos, signage, and color schemes, are incorporated into the design to create a cohesive and recognizable atmosphere.
  • Furniture Installation: Furniture is selected and placed to accommodate employees, customers, and other occupants according to the space plan.

Throughout the project, various stakeholders collaborate, including the tenant, landlord, architects, contractors, interior designers, and possibly consultants specialized in areas like code compliance, accessibility, and sustainability.

Tenant improvement projects can vary in duration and cost based on the size of the space, the complexity of the modifications, and the specific needs of the tenant. The goal is to create a functional and appealing workspace that aligns with the tenant’s business operations while adhering to building codes and lease agreements.

Owner’s Preferred Path: Design-Build’s Tenant Improvement Edge

Owners prefer the design-build approach for tenant improvement projects due to several advantages that directly contribute to a faster, efficient and successful project execution. Both landlords and tenants benefit from faster TI project completion. Landlords can start generating income and attract tenants more effectively, while tenants can resume operations quickly, reduce disruption and costs, and take advantage of market opportunities.

Design Build Opens Dialogue Between Team Stakeholders

Design-build fosters open communication and collaboration among all project stakeholders, including the owner, architects, designers, contractors, and subcontractors. This early and continuous dialogue ensures that everyone’s input is considered, leading to a comprehensive understanding of the project’s goals and requirements. This shared understanding helps avoid misunderstandings and ensures that the final design aligns with the owner’s vision and objectives.

Design Build Shortens Timelines:

Shorter timelines mean that the tenant can move into their customized space sooner, minimizing disruptions to their business operations. In the design-build model, the design and construction phases overlap, allowing construction work to commence before the design is fully completed. This parallel process accelerates project timelines significantly compared to the traditional design-bid-build approach, where construction can only begin after the design phase is finished.

Design-build is significantly faster than traditional tenant improvement construction methods.

Design Build Controls Costs:

Design-build offers better cost control because the project team collaborates from the early stages to develop a design that aligns with the owner’s budget. This integrated approach enables quick decision-making on cost-related matters and the implementation of value engineering, which identifies cost-effective alternatives without compromising the project’s quality or functionality. With a clearer understanding of costs, surprises and budget overruns are minimized.

Design Build Offers One Point of Contact:

Having a single point of contact, usually the design-build firm, streamlines communication and simplifies the owner’s interactions with the project team. Instead of dealing with multiple parties separately (such as architects, designers, contractors, etc.), the owner communicates with a centralized entity that coordinates all aspects of the project. This minimizes confusion, reduces administrative burden, and ensures that changes or decisions are efficiently communicated and implemented.

BAMKO tenant improvement
BAMKO showroom tenant improvement.

Overall, the design-build approach enhances the tenant improvement project experience by promoting collaboration, optimizing project schedules, managing costs effectively, and simplifying communication. This results in a tailored workspace that meets the tenant’s needs while adhering to budget and timeline constraints.

The Power of Collaboration: How Design-Build Unites Architects and Contractors

In the world of construction and architecture, successful projects are often the result of seamless collaboration between architects and contractors. The traditional design-bid-build approach, where architects create the plans and then invite contractors to bid on the project, has its limitations. Fortunately, the Design-Build model offers a more integrated and collaborative approach, bringing together architects and contractors from the early stages of a project to work hand-in-hand. As a design-build contractor in Phoenix, Arizona, we at LGE Design Build believe that this collaborative method not only fosters a more efficient problem-solving process but also unlocks the potential for innovative and groundbreaking solutions.

What is Design-Build?

At its core, Design-Build is a project delivery method that combines the design and construction phases under one roof. Instead of hiring separate entities for architecture and construction, the client partners with a single design-build team that consists of architects, engineers, and contractors, all working in tandem from start to finish.

Early Collaboration for Efficient Problem-Solving

One of the primary advantages of Design-Build is the early involvement of contractors during the design phase. This allows for real-time cost evaluations and constructability assessments, enabling potential issues to be identified and resolved proactively. By working together from the outset, architects and contractors gain a deeper understanding of each other’s requirements, resulting in more accurate design plans that align with the project’s budget and timeline.

Design-Build Perspectives:
Opens dialogue between team stakeholders
Shorten timelines
Control costs
One point of contact
Communicate design effectively
Set design expectations
Control costs
Work more efficiently 
Control costs
Maintain quality
Collaboration with architectural team
Definitive construction documents

Unlocking Innovation through Collaboration

Design-Build’s collaborative environment encourages open communication among all team members. Architects and contractors share ideas, insights, and expertise freely, leading to innovative solutions that might not have surfaced in a traditional design-bid-build model. The interdisciplinary approach fosters a sense of ownership among all stakeholders, promoting a collective drive for project success. Ultimately, this spirit of collaboration creates an atmosphere where everyone is committed to achieving the best possible outcome.

Streamlined Decision-Making for Efficient Execution

The streamlined decision-making process is another significant advantage of the Design-Build approach. In a traditional model, architects and contractors might work independently and occasionally find themselves at odds when faced with complex design or construction challenges. Conversely, Design-Build teams work as a cohesive unit, able to make rapid decisions and adapt to unexpected circumstances efficiently. This nimbleness ensures that projects progress smoothly, even in the face of unforeseen obstacles.

Accelerating Timelines with Collaborative Efforts

Time is a valuable resource in any construction project, and Design-Build’s collaborative model can significantly expedite timelines. With continuous communication and collaboration, potential delays can be quickly addressed and resolved. Additionally, the overlap between the design and construction phases allows for fast-tracked schedules, enabling earlier project completion and quicker occupancy for the client.

Continuous Improvement and Future Success

Notably, the benefits of collaboration extend beyond the project’s duration. The lessons learned during each Design-Build project contribute to an ongoing improvement in processes and innovation. Over time, the team develops a strong working relationship, refining their collaborative efforts and building on past successes.


The Design-Build model unites architects and contractors in a collaborative endeavor that promotes efficiency, innovation, and successful project outcomes. By fostering open communication, encouraging early involvement, and streamlining decision-making, this approach unleashes the true potential of a project. As a design-build contractor in Phoenix, Arizona, we are proud to embrace the power of collaboration and continue delivering exceptional projects that stand as a testament to the transformative possibilities of the Design-Build approach.

LGE Design Build’s Spectacular Headquarters in the Heart of the Dallas Design District

As a premier design-build construction firm, this marks a significant milestone in our journey of rapid growth in Texas.

A Space that Inspires Creativity and Collaboration

Our newly opened 20,000-square-foot office space has been thoughtfully designed to foster creativity and encourage collaboration among our team members. We understand the value of working together to achieve exceptional results, and the new headquarters reflects this ethos. With numerous collaboration spaces and quiet phone pods, our office provides an atmosphere that inspires innovative thinking and effective teamwork.

Local Dallas Texas artist Haylee Ryan, working on one of LGE’s many exterior murals.

Celebrating Our Rich Heritage through Artistry

We take immense pride in our company’s heritage and the contributions we have made to the construction industry. Our new headquarters features custom art installations that celebrate our legacy and inspire us to continue creating meaningful spaces. Custom murals, created by the talented local artist Haylee Ryan, showcase nostalgic photos of renowned architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, Lina Bo Bardi, and Jørn Utzon. These stunning murals grace the building’s brick façade, leaving a lasting impression on all who visit.

LGE’s Texas office 1,700 SF, gym, open 24 hours for employees.

Prioritizing Employee Well-being

At LGE Design Build, we believe in empowering our team members and fostering a healthy work-life balance. From a fully stocked breakroom with snacks and cold-brew coffee on tap to a speakeasy and a 24-hour, 1,700-square-foot fitness center, we have created an environment that supports personal and professional growth. The inclusion of multi-stall restrooms with showers ensures convenience for those who prefer staying active throughout the day.

The LGE team’s site visit to project Stonemont in Wilmer Texas.

Contributing to Texas’ Economic Development

Since our entry into Texas with a single project in 2020, we have experienced tremendous success and grown a robust construction pipeline. We are committed to making Texas a key pillar of our overall growth strategy and are excited about the potential this state holds. Contributing to Texas’ economic development is not just a goal; it is our mission as we continue to identify new opportunities and achieve greater heights.

Dallas Design District. Source: Tourism Media

A Prime Dallas Location

Our joint headquarters is strategically located at 111 Leslie Street, placing us in close proximity to popular Downtown Dallas restaurants, shopping, and entertainment venues. Less than five minutes from Uptown and offering easy access to the DFW Metroplex highway system, our location ensures convenience for our clients and team members alike.

View more pictures of LGE’s new Dallas Texas office here.

Meet John Mocarski, Director of Business Development.

John Mocarski
Director of Business Development / Registered Architect

John brings confidence to clients by sharing architectural technical knowledge and leveraging his experience from over 100 construction and design projects. He maintains strong relationships with local jurisdictions and oversees projects from start to completion. As a licensed architect, he guides clients through LGE’s design-build process, collaborating closely with design, pre-construction, and construction teams. With eight years at LGE, John offers expertise and support in delivering effective and unique design solutions.

Tell us about the architect side of your career?

My career in architecture spans more than three decades and includes a very diverse project background, holding various roles.

I took the traditional path after graduating, starting out as a drafter for a small architectural firm here in Arizona. I progressed to Job Captain, Project Architect, Project Manager, Project Director, and eventually to a Platform Lead, leading the architectural division for a large A/E firm. My project experience includes Commercial, Retail, Mixed-Use Developments, Industrial Warehouses, Health Clubs, Civic/Government Complexes, Education, Healthcare, Manufacturing/Industrial, Clean Rooms, Semiconductor Facilities, Religious Facilities, Recreation/Hospitality, Restaurants, Multi-Family, and Single-Family Residential Retail… to name a few. I have been with LGE for over eight years now. I started with LGE Design Build Architectural Division, basically from its inception. When joining LGE, I saw the Architectural Division as a new opportunity to help build an LGE Architectural presence here in the valley. Throughout my tenure, I helped develop the LGEDG processes throughout the design and construction administration process.

Sollid Cabinetry – Completed 2021

How does your background in architecture help you guide clients through LGE’s process? 

Two years ago, I entered my new phase/role with LGE as the Director of Business Development.

In this role, I bring a sense of comfort to our clients by sharing my architectural technical knowledge along with my experience of working on well over 100 LGE projects. My experience and relationships with local jurisdictions, taking projects from start to completion, are also added bonuses. My background as a licensed architect helps to serve and guide our clients through LGE’s unique and highly effective design-build process. This is accomplished by working closely with our design, pre-construction, and construction teams, of which I have been a part for the past eight years here at LGE.

In your opinion, how is design-build done right? 

The design-build process is done right by having the entire team on board early. It allows the owner, design team, and construction team to work as one. Early collaboration is the key. Daily interaction with the entire team allows for shortened/efficient project timelines, cost control, and a high level of quality.

How does design-build meet the expectations of all the project stakeholders? 

The design-build process allows us to seamlessly integrate design and construction. There is one point of contact to serve as a guide through every step of the process for all involved, from entitlements to design development, pre-construction, and construction. The Design-Build process enables us to continuously value engineer the project and mitigate long lead items, always looking out for the best interest of the client.

Tell us about your involvement in LGE’s company culture?

Culture is very important at LGE! We have been voted “Best Culture” by Ranking AZ for three years running, something we are very proud of. LGE is unique in that we have a Values Committee (VC) that focuses on creating an awesome culture. In 2018, I joined the VC to be a part of the evolving LGE Culture.

We have 10 members on the VC, with six located here in Phoenix and four in our Dallas Office. We are responsible for maintaining and promoting our culture, along with our four values: Proactive, Communication, Dependability, and Quality.

The VC helps coordinate and initiate events and activities to maintain positive attitudes and make every day a great experience for our employees and clients.

What do you enjoy doing outside of work? 

Outside of work, even though they are now adults, I still love spending time with my kids, Lexie and JT. I am always trying to find fun things to do around the Valley.

Additionally, I enjoy golfing, skiing, playing softball, and watching baseball.

Harness the Power of Design-Build: Unveiling Benefits and Comparing Methods

The construction industry has witnessed a significant rise in the adoption of the design-build methodology in recent years. This post and downloadable guide aim to explore the reasons behind this rapid growth, shed light on the benefits of the design-build approach, and present a side-by-side comparison with traditional construction methods.

$1.9 Trillion in anticipated spending on design build projects from 2022 to 2026
Design Build will account for 47% of all construction spending in 2023
Design Build is anticipated to grow by 22.5% in construction spending from 2022-2026
DBIA, Mid-Cycle Update Report, March 2023

The Reasons for Rapid Growth in Design-Build:

Streamlined Communication and Collaboration: The design-build methodology promotes a collaborative environment by bringing together architects, engineers, and contractors from the project’s inception. This integrated approach minimizes communication gaps and enhances coordination among team members, reducing project delays and conflicts.

Efficient Project Delivery: Design-build enables a faster project completion compared to traditional methods. By overlapping the design and construction phases, it eliminates the sequential handover of documents and allows for early procurement of materials, resulting in accelerated project timelines.

Enhanced Cost Control: Design-build projects often have better cost control due to the early involvement of contractors who provide valuable input during the design phase. This collaboration helps identify cost-saving measures, value engineering opportunities, and potential design modifications to optimize budget allocation.

Single-Point Responsibility: In design-build, a single entity is responsible for both the design and construction aspects of the project. This consolidated accountability streamlines decision-making processes, reduces owner involvement, and minimizes the potential for disputes among multiple parties.

Download the full Design Build Guideline

A Comparison: Design-Build vs. Traditional Construction


  • Single-point responsibility, ensuring accountability
  • Streamlined communication and collaboration
  • Faster project delivery with concurrent activities
  • Better cost control through early contractor involvement
  • Encourages innovation and value engineering

Traditional Construction:

  • Separate entities responsible for design and construction
  • Potential communication gaps and coordination challenges
  • Longer project timelines due to sequential processes
  • Cost control challenges during construction
  • Limited contractor involvement during the design phase

Choose the design-build methodology for your Texas or Arizona construction projects and benefit from streamlined communication, efficient project delivery, cost control, and single-point responsibility. Enjoy improved project outcomes, cost savings, and innovation.

Director of Tenant Improvement, Nathan Padron

Nathan leads LGE’s Tenant Improvement Division. He works directly with our architectural and construction teams to make our tenant improvement projects surpass the clients’ goals and expectations.

How do you work with the design team to incorporate the clients vision?

Planning starts day one. From the time the design meeting kicks off, we are working with client hand in hand to create the perfect project. We adjust as needed, value engineer when necessary and provide solutions to the client that address any potential concerns. Understanding the client’s vision, identifying scope, and putting together a comprehensive plan allows our team to deliver the clients’ project in the most efficient manner.

How do you prepare for long lead times?

The items that continue to be front of mind are HVAC and Electrical. With longer lead times than normal, we address this need with the client early on to ensure availability. We release items strategically to make sure we stay on schedule and not delay the project which in turn, ends up as a cost saving for the client.

How does LGE get the best subcontractors for each job?

We pride ourselves on the relationships we have built with our subcontractors in the valley over the past 30 years. Choosing the right sub for the right job only accelerates the schedule and ensures a successful project. From the drywall to the front desk in the lobby, the right team is formed for the right project every time.

What is the main scope of work you are seeing in larger TI’s?
  • HVAC/Ventilation
  • Electrical/lighting
  • Climate control rooms
  • Enlarged dock doors
  • Additional office space
  • Forklift chargers
What makes LGE the design builder of choice for TI projects?

At LGE, we have the ability to think outside of the box providing creative solutions for our clients. Whether it is in the concept stage, or value engineering after the project kicks off, our team has the innate ability to provide advantageous solutions.

What do you enjoy most about your job?

Speaking of solutions, that is what I enjoy most about my job. Being able to work through and solve problems. When city comments spark a shift in gears, we figure it out. When the client adjusts their approach and redesigns mid project; we adjust and make it work. It’s truly amazing to see it all come together in the end!

What do you like to do when you are not working? 

I enjoy spending time with my family. I have two kids that keep me busy when I’m not at work, and I enjoy being outdoors with them and spending quality time before they grow up too fast!