This discussion either in our office or on site is to clarify your design brief and the feasibility of the project.
Building costs, time frames and client wish list are discussed.
Site visit to gather information such as ground levels, orientation, features and views that will influence building siting.
Title search to establish any easements or special covenants.
Town planning research to establish if resource consents need to be applied for.
This is the design concept to suit the client requirement. Relevant information such as budget, Resource Management.
The scheme will include a floor plan and an elevation to enable further discussion and development.
We develop the design concept in consultation with the client. We make changes needed up to the point where the client signs off the design concept, approving that they meet all the requirements of the design brief.
These are the final technical drawings and written specification that define the quality of workmanship, materials and standards that are required in the project construction.
All details needed to ensure weather tightness and acceptable solutions included.
Any engineering, survey or mechanical engineering drawings are included in our documents.
These documents are used for building consents, tender and pricing and form part of your building contract documentation.
If the client wishes to, we will select building contractors that we know will be able to complete the project to a high standard.
We follow the tender process closely and will be able to analyze the prices and recommend the best contractor.
A building contract will be drawn up and signed.
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