Architectural programming is the research and decision phase of design. It establishes goals, collects and analyzes facts, tests concepts, determines needs, and most importantly, states the problem.
As one of the most important phases of architectural design, we create multiple graphic concepts showing spatial relationships and compositions. These concepts ultimately communicate the overall intent of the project and solve project specific programming. This phase may include renderings, presentations, and graphic design for clients.
Architectural construction documents, or blueprints, are required for contractors to bid from and receive government permitting. These documents graphically demonstrate how to construct the building. They include civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineers.
This service is defined for the purpose of seeing that the structure is being built according to our plans and specifications. This phase includes making periodic site visits, shop drawing reviews, and coordination from Owner to Contractor.
Post-Occupancy Evaluation or POE is the process of evaluating the performance of a newly constructed building after occupancy. Evaluations focus on recommendations for fine-tuning the performance improvement of the building whether architectural or engineering.