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Donaldson, as design-build contractors and developers, partner with our clients from the very beginning, helping them anticipate and prevent issues until the very end. We collaborate with our clients at the concept stage to discuss their goals and objectives for the project. This enables us to project final design-build costs and timelines with a level of certainty that far surpasses industry standard.

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