We build Innovation
Born out of the idea — exceptional construction can be efficient and uniquely intelligent; use only high quality materials, regardless of budget; and most importantly, exceed building standards at every level — our company was founded in 2015. With an engineering background and experience in Silicon Valley, Sriram Koneru has used the concept of economies of scale to build highly advanced homes with exceptional material quality without significant cost to the homeowner.
Our commitment as a company surrounds the following seven principles:
Build each structure as if it is our own home;
Integrate engineering into the design;
Incorporate building science into both the construction and the design;
Enhance the pace; exceptional project management allows us to complete extensive construction projects in as little as eight months, rather than the standard two years; while never sacrificing structural integrity;
Fuse Silicon Valley innovations into construction – from electric and HVAC, to security and entertainment, heated driveways, and more;
Integrate quality craftsmanship into all finishes; and
Proactively incorporate construction designs into historical, event-driven FEMA maps, making all waterfront construction more prepared for future weather events.
Vision statement: to build beyond the limits of institutional construction, using innovation and science to provide luxury appointments to the masses.
A Brief History (How we are flipping it around)
Historically, most homes in the US have been built in large communities with very little variance between each home. Today, every aspect of the home can be customized and precisely picked out from a virtually never-ending list of options. With this in mind, it is very important for a collaborative approach between everyone involved in the building process. Today’s building science and vastness of material selections has created an environment where the architect can no longer choose what is best for the home and simply hand it over to the builder to execute.