Denark Construction Chooses DESTINI Estimator Pre-construction Solution

Beck Technology, leading software and service firm for the commercial design and construction industry, announced Denark Construction has selected DESTINI® Estimator as its new enterprise wide pre-construction platform.

Headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, Denark is a privately held Construction Manager/General Contractor/Design-Builder with over 30 years of experience serving commercial and industrial customers. The company is recognized by Occupational Hazards Magazine as one of America’s Safest Companies and was a recipient of the Grand Award for Construction Safety Excellence from the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).

 

The multi-year enterprise agreement will replace Denark’s legacy solutions currently utilized in its pre-construction services across the organization.

 

“We were referred to Beck Technology by an industry peer whose firm implemented DESTINI Estimator in 2017,” said Steve Lucas, Chief Operating Officer at Denark Construction. “Our firm is proud to deliver detailed and comprehensive pre-construction services to our clients and we believe DESTINI Estimator’s integration of takeoff and estimating will bring a new level of transparency, accuracy, and efficiency to our process. This platform will help us more effectively engage a variety of stakeholders to evaluate constructability, analyze systems, and estimate potential costs of a project very early in the design process.”

 

“I took it as a personal compliment when we were introduced to Steve and Denark by one of our existing customers,” said Cheyanne Hampton, Account Executive at Beck Technology. “We instantly felt a great chemistry with the Denark team in aligning what they were looking for in a pre-construction platform and what we have developed with DESTINI Estimator. We believe that increased transparency throughout the life of a construction project leads to better decision-making, ultimately resulting in more predictable outcomes and safer projects.”