Arizona - Chasse l Saunders
The Chasse | Saunders Building Team, LLC is a leader in the construction industries serving Colorado and Arizona. Chasse | Saunders is a company 400 employees strong with community & business relationships dating back to 1972. Our organizational leadership has strong and extensive ties having served each market for over 30 years.
We have extensive experience in all facets of the construction market. Our diverse experience ranges from education, municipal, healthcare, retail, recreation and office to interiors and industrial. We take pride in our ability to work as an effective and productive team member with owners, design teams, subcontractors, and the communities where we work. Our knowledge and understanding of the construction management and general contracting method extend to all our employees.
We dedicate a strong, proven team and customize our approach to meet each individual client's goals, from construction management to tailored project delivery. Our flexibility, creative solutions, and value engineering allow us to tackle the tough issues, even in the most complex projects.
From early conceptual planning through construction and actual move-in, we approach each aspect of a project from the owner's perspective - balancing the often competing objectives of design integrity, construction efficiency, and operation continuity with an in-depth understanding of the challenges our clients face. We solve problems creatively through managerial innovation and a mastery of advanced delivery systems such as architectural and MEP coordination and building information modeling.
The Chasse | Saunders Building Team offers a construction solution that offers great creativity and flexibility in making sure your project is a success for all stakeholders.
"I consider the following to be Saunders strengths; extremely responsive to customer needs, always conscious of the budget, maintain a high quality of work, always meet or beat schedules and deadlines, and have the best superintendent in the business."
– Michael A. Savone, Saint Joseph Hospital