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  • Standard Architecture Services | Residential + Commercial
  • Interior Architecture Services
  • Master Planning
  • Project Management
Schematic Design
  • Consult with the Owner to determine project goals, requirements, and program

  • Develop study drawings, documents, or other media that illustrate the concepts of the design and include spatial relationships, scale, and form for the owner to review

  • Research zoning requirements or jurisdictional restrictions

  • Produce a final schematic design, to which the Owner agrees after consultation and discussions

  • Estimate costs based on overall project volume

Deliverables: site plan, floor plan(s), elevation(s)


Design Development
  • Develop mechanical, electrical, plumbing, structural, and architectural details

  • Select material types

  • Produce a final design, to which the Owner agrees after consultation and discussions

Deliverables: floor plans, sections, and elevations, preliminary details, and outline material specifications


Construction Documents
  • Develop construction details

  • Prepare drawings for agency submittal and contractor bidding

Deliverables: a set of drawings that include all pertinent information required for agency review


Agency Approvals
  • Submit drawings to responsible agency

  • Respond to agency comments and receive agency approval

Deliverables: an approved set of drawings ready for permit issuance


Bidding / Contract Negotiation
  • Submit drawings to potential Contractors for pricing.

  • Assist the Owner in evaluating the bids and selecting a Contractor


Construction Administration
  • Attend initial construction meeting with Owner and Contractor

  • Conduct site visits to correspond with required agency inspections

  • Respond to Contractor requests for information






The following services may be provided in addition to the standard services contract or may be offered as stand alone services.

Site Evaluation and Planning
  • Assist in site selection, including analysis of Owner’s program and alternative sites

  • Analyze site to determine maximum potential and development potential

  • Perform other analysis, such as planning and zoning requirements, site context, historic resources, utilities, environmental impact, and parking and circulation


Existing Conditions Survey
  • Take measurements of existing building and/or landscaping features

  • Produce as-built drawings in AutoCAD format


  • Preliminary studies to determine financial feasibility, site suitability, and/or master planning

  • Develop architectural programming, including value identification, goal setting, discovery of related facts, and development of specific project requirements


Furnishings, Fixtures, and Equipment Design
  • Select brand, model, and finish (as applicable) for fixtures and equipment

  • Select appropriate furnishings for finished spaces

  • Work with general contractor during design process in order to provide single-point accountability and seamless integration of design and construction and of cost and schedule control

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