We provide a wide range of architecture services that enhance the functionality, productivity and environmental sustainability of your facility.
Whether it’s residential, commercial or industrial architecture, our award-winning designers have the right solution to realize your vision.
- Corporate Identity Concept
- Schematic Design
- Site Planning
- Materials Research
- Project Development
- Feasibility Study
- Conceptual Design-to-Construction Documentation
- Preparation of Contract Documentation
- Cost Estimates
- Construction Administration
- Agency Consulting
- Review & Approval
- Site Selection
- Site Development Planning
- Project Representation
- Submittal Review & Approval
- Construction Change Orders
- Disciplines Coordination
Bidding and Negotiation
- Bidding Material
- Analysis of Alternatives
- Bid Evaluation
Renovation and Reuse
- Conceptual Development
- Space Planning
- Site Inspections
- Design Execution
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Professional Support for Your Project
Our experienced architects specialize in delivering the right design solution that will result in the best functionality and productivity for your facility.
We provide professional support at each step of the process (see How We Work) to ensure that the project proceeds in line with your vision and expectations:
The architect meets with the client to conduct a needs analysis which includes project scope as well as the client’s vision, goals and expectations.
Schematic Design & Plans
Preliminary design sketches and concepts are prepared based on the client’s requirements and budget. The architect reviews design options and explains the pros and cons of the client’s input.
Once a schematic design and project scope are established, our multidisciplinary experts begin the design development phase. Cost projections will determine whether the design conforms to the preliminary budget and what adjustments are required.
Permits & Bidding
Next, working drawings and specifications are developed in order to obtain building permits and to solicit bids from construction contractors.
The architect evaluates the competing bids to advise on the choice of contractor. In addition, the architect assists in the preparation of the contract and related documentation.
During the construction phase, the architect conducts on-site visits to ensure that the construction is proceeding in accordance with the construction document and design intent. The architect also advises on materials and workmanship standards.
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