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Site visits are a critical part of the design process in architectural projects. During a site visit, the design team inspects the site to gather information such as topography, soil conditions, and potential challenges. They also assess the surroundings to ensure that the design complements the environment. This information is then used to create a design that meets the project's needs and respects the site's characteristics.
Our design process typically begins with a consultation to understand the client's needs and goals. After assessing site conditions and obtaining necessary permits, the design team creates a schematic design for review. Upon approval, detailed design and construction documents are developed. The team then oversees construction to ensure compliance with the design and timely completion of the project.
Project planning is a crucial process that involves creating a roadmap for a project from start to finish. It includes defining the project goals, scope, timelines, resources, and potential risks. A well-planned project helps in achieving the desired results efficiently, on time and within the budget.
The execution of building work involves the implementation of the design plan through construction and project management. This includes site preparation, foundation and framing, mechanical and electrical systems installation, finishes, and final inspections. Effective execution requires close coordination between architects, contractors, and other stakeholders to ensure that the project is completed on time, within budget, and to the required quality standards.