What We Do

Leveraging the Expertise of a True Builder

We have the experience, expertise, and financial strength to deliver projects of virtually any size and complexity. Our portfolio of work includes all delivery models: Design-Build, Construction Manager at-Risk,  traditional general contracting, and several "hybrid" methods developed specifically for the needs of our clients. Ulliman Schutte's proficiency at each of these methods – and the value we bring – is based on our foundation as a self-performing contractor.  Our first-hand knowledge of what it takes to complete a water infrastructure project safely and efficiently provides our clients with unmatched estimating and scheduling accuracy, comprehensive alternatives analyses, and thoroughly vetted project planning and phasing options.

When it comes to building water and wastewater infrastructure, we’ve “been there, done that.”

Ulliman Schutte has an extensive portfolio of industry-leading experience – exclusively focused on water infrastructure delivery. Thanks to this unique specialization, our systems and processes have been purpose-built to serve the needs of our clients and projects. Leveraging these proven tools, our passionate, highly-experienced engineers and builders are ready and eager to deliver exceptional project results.

Delivering Projects through any Delivery Method

Ulliman Schutte enjoys the flexibility to complete projects using virtually any contract structure. In addition to the traditional Design-Bid-Build method and the ever-growing collaborative models of CMAR and Design-Build, we have employed several hybrid or value-added methods to accommodate the specific needs of our clients. When assisting in the evaluation of the "best" method for a project, we perform a comprehensive analysis of the the client's project timeline, budget, desired degree of design input, funding sources, future operation plans, and other factors, as well as the applicable state and national codes. We can also recommend a best-fit contract template selected from a variety of sources (EJCDC, DBIA, CMAA, etc.) with modifications to accommodate the project's needs and the applicable state codes and restrictions.