A service offered to Clients for developing their project’s unique variables (i.e.: site conditions, local zoning requirements, adjacent developments), the client’s program requirements, and combine them into a graphical and visual representation of their buildings; we divide this process into the following phases:
+ Conceptual Design
+ Schematic Design
+ Design Development
+ Construction Documents
+ Construction Administration
A project design phase service offered to Clients where we graphically incorporate a Client’s outlined program requirements into spatial relationships, orientation, and circulation within a building.
A project design phase service offered to Clients where the idea (concept) of a building’s footprint, height, shape, volume, solid, void, and form are developed to represent the vision of a project for Clients.
A project phase service offered to Clients where all possible design alternatives are explored and the general program, conceptual design, scale, and the interaction of its components are incorporated into a set of plans.
A project phase service offered to Clients where the project A & E team defines problematic details of the design, incorporates building utility systems, infrastructure and works out potential conflicts in order to minimize any major modifications during the construction document phase.
A project phase service offered to Clients used to produce a set of plans and specifications for a building permit approval. These documents are used to administer a project, define the quantity, quality, and configuration of the work required for construction, while establishing the contractual obligations of the owner and contractor.
A project phase service offered to Clients, prior to commencement of construction, where the architect of record advises and consults with the Client, verifies bids were made on latest approved permit plans, clarifies contractor’s bid document questions, opens and reviews contractor bids for construction, determine contractor bid accuracy, details and construction cost estimate.
A project phase service offered to Clients where the architect of record advises and consults with the Owner and Contractor during the construction phase which include Owner-Architect-Contractor (OAC) Meetings, processing of request for information (RFI), shop drawings, submittals, field sketches, site observations, payment applications, change order review, construction change directives, payment applications and many other construction administration tasks that may be required.
A service offered to Clients for determining the placement, size, logistics and coordination of a project and its buildings with local building, zoning and planning agencies in order to clearly define and identify the impact on neighborhoods, outdoor spaces, utility infrastructures, pedestrian circulation, and transportation.
A service offered to Clients for creating a study used to collect data, verify zoning codes, and identify regulatory conditions of a site which may impact a potential project; the data collected in this analysis is used by clients to determine the feasibility of a project.
A report using data gathered from the site analysis AAXIS provides to assist a client with setting a budget, calculate potential profits, determine the practicality of a project and to use as a basis for macro and micro real estate market studies of surrounding properties.
A service offered to Clients using an exciting computer technology to realistically portray a project’s image for presentations and marketing; media includes rendered images, animations, walkthroughs, flybys and panoramic views of the project.