Turnkey solutions is a full-service manufacturing process where the contractor provides all turnkey solutions and supply chain services, including design, fabrication, installation, aftermarket support, and technical service.
This doesn’t mean everything is handed over — many companies choose to work in partnership with a turnkey manufacturer, providing layouts, basic designs, and purchasing some new equipment or choosing to integrate existing equipment into the line.
But the majority of the work is done by an outside company with the expertise to provide design and manufacturing that will optimize the processing, packaging, or production lines and do so in a timely fashion.
1. One Company to Contact
Nothing kills the timeline of your project like having to communicate with multiple companies — and trying to get multiple companies to communicate with each other. You’ll find yourself spending hours trying to make a single change and get all the parties involved up to speed.
A turnkey solution eliminates the hassle of communicating with multiple companies. Rather than contacting your equipment designer, following up with the manufacturer, and contacting the designer again, you only need to contact the turnkey solution manufacturer and they handle the rest.
2. Experienced and can advise on costs
Will your turnkey provider advise you on initial budgeting? It’s a simple question, but worth asking. Your turnkey provider should provide independent advice and help you work out if the cost of your plot plus all likely fees and the construction cost of your dream home can all be delivered within your budget and how will it compare to the final market value.
3. Turnkey solutions which suit you and your budget
Are you happy with an off the shelf, familiar house style? Or would you prefer a design tailored to your tastes, your lifestyle, and your budget? The beauty of the bespoke design is that it will make the very best of what your plot has to offer. Every plot is unique and deserves dedicated thought.
4. Technical drawings
Having a detailed set of drawings means everyone knows exactly what is expected of them and means your builder can provide accurate costs before you start building. You will also need technical drawings in order to obtain Building Regulations approval.
A turnkey provider can provide all of these for you, meaning you don’t need to worry
5. Greater quality
When one company handles your project from concept to completion, it’s easier to guarantee a higher quality product.
Right from the start, turnkey solutions can set the level of quality needed for your project, and guarantee that each team — design, manufacturing, and installation — all provide that same level of quality.