Building | Confidence
Building | Trust
Building Relationships, The Foundation For Success​
Building | Partnerships
Collaboration Guarantees Results.​
Building | Productivity
Repeatable Results With Quality Certainty​
Building | Excellence
Modernizing The Traditional Approach To Construction​

The Four P’s of PIVOTEK are the key factors that instill the value of what our team, culture, and products offer to our clients, their building and design partners, and our industry.

Manufactured building components simplify the construction process by removing typical challenges from the job site.  Trade stacking, schedule congestion, inconsistent quality, and variance are critical challenges facing traditional methods of construction. As the skilled labor force decreases, identifying a remedy to reduce the impact of these challenges is growing more crucial.  Applying the same successful assembly line processes utilized in heavy volume and high-quality production lines like the automobile industry, we enhance job site productivity by eliminating labor requirements in tight spaces. Constricted spaces that require hundreds of parts and multiple trades, are a haven that have the most risk for variance and quality problems.

Part Reduction

Part Reduction

The primary need for components in construction can be attributed to the heartache the skilled trades industry has experienced over the last several years due to lost talent.​​

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Predictability

Predictability

The need for accuracy in project execution is particularly important now as cost, schedule, and risk aversion is essential due to a reduced labor force and unpredictable economy. ​

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Productivity

Productivity

According to forconstructionpros.com, as much as 90 minutes per person per day is wasted simply “looking for stuff.” Congested project sites and limited space for materials and staging can create massive losses in jobsite efficiency​.

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Precision

Precision

Today our trade partners and construction managers are often managing multiple people, projects, and scopes of work all at the same time. If mistakes are made, resources are needed for rework which may involve a different crew or reliance on additional subcontractors which makes quality consistency another obstacle.​

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