An architectural site analysis will look at issues such as site location, size, topography, zoning, traffic conditions and climate.
Concept design implies an idea, or range of ideas, a development approach, a guiding concept and a design intent. The conceptual approach places the quantum of development intelligently on the site. It is vital that the architect and the client agree the objectives and outcomes of the concept design process in advance.
The cost analysis in project management was designed to assess the cost compared to the benefits in the project proposal. This process begins with a list, which includes all the expenses of the project together with the benefits that will derive from it once the project will be successfully completed.
Architectural rendering is the process of creating two-dimensional and three-dimensional images of a proposed architectural design. The goal of architectural rendering is to illustrate lifelike experiences of how a space or building will look like before they have been built
Construction documents often include a complete set of architectural drawings (site plan, floor plans, sections, details, etc.) that are combined with structural drawings (and possibly mechanical and electrical drawings) that have enough detail for the contractor to build your project.
Tenant Improvement documents often include a complete set of improvements that will be made to a project that are combined with structural drawings (and possibly mechanical and electrical drawings) that have enough detail for the contractor to build your project.
As-builts are a revised set of drawings submitted by a contractor upon completion of a project or a particular job. The final as-built drawings include any and all of the following, as well as every other change made during the construction phase of a project: Modifications
Space planning is a fundamental element of the interior design process. The designer then draws up a plan that defines the zones of the space and the activities that will take place in those zones. The space plan will also define the circulation patterns that show how people will move through the space.
Simply put, construction documents are the drawings and written specifications that tell a contractor what to build, where to put it, and how it all goes together. For landscape architects, these often include site plans, planting plans, irrigation plans, and the related construction details.
A structural evaluation is a procedure utilized to check the adequacy, structural integrity and soundness of structures and their components. Our Professional Engineers assess the structural elements ensuring that they will continue to safely perform their intended function.
California’s energy code is designed to reduce wasteful and unnecessary energy consumption in newly constructed and existing buildings. The California Energy Commission updates the Building Energy Efficiency Standards (Title 24, Parts 6 and 11) every three years by working with stakeholders in a public and transparent process.
Automated color video is the process of creating two-dimensional and three-dimensional images of a proposed architectural design in a video setting so you can explore the plans more thoroughly. The goal of architectural rendering is to illustrate lifelike experiences of how a space or building will look like before they have been built