The following is a detailed description of how the design process works at our office. This description should be read in coordination with one of the following PDF files geared to specific types of projects. Click on the topics below for additional information.
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For new residences.
For timberframe residences.
This phase, also known as design development, is when more detailed modeling and drawings are completed to determine and describe the size and character of the entire project, including systems, materials and finishes, fixtures and equipment.
We may review the proposed project with local agencies having jurisdiction over the project to allow for the orderly processing of applications, and then begin preparing for the production of permit drawings. At this time, we may recommend that the project estimate be refined further to allow us to adjust the design to meet budgetary expectations. This phase of the process usually encompasses 15-20% of the contract fee.
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