January 28, 2016

Our people are passionate about technical projects of all sizes and levels of complexity. As the industry and DPR evolve, things have changed over the last 25 years; however, technical expertise has always been one of our defining strategies.

When asked to define technical expertise, our customers most often responded with answers including mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) and other discipline expertise, lessons learned from relevant experience and know-how. DPR agrees. We ask our employees to know our customers’ business, industry and values as well as they know their own so we can offer real value throughout the life of a project. 

Additionally, we want our builders to understand the “why,” “how” and “what” of every project. It’s imperative to know “why” each building system is selected for a particular project and “why” it makes economic sense over the life cycle of the building. We want to be hands-on with the “what” of each system and the “how” that system is installed, tested, started-up and commissioned. We want all of our project teams to take personal ownership in building technical expertise. 

We are proud that our customers recognize DPR’s technical expertise—and we will continue to challenge ourselves to develop the next generation of technical builders that will build great things for the future.

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