How we work?
Architectural Layout & Design Phase
This phase of the project shall contain the following:
- Review the expectations of the Client to ascertain the requirements of the project and arrive at a mutual understanding of such requirements with the Client.
- Provide a preliminary evaluation of the Client’s construction requirements.
- Review with the Client alternative approaches to design and construction of the project, if necessary.
- Based on the mutually agreed-upon requirements, schedule and construction budget, we will prepare for approval of the client the schematic design documents, which consist of preliminary drawings of the project. Once final plans are approved, all parties will sign the contract, plans and specifications.
- Prepare and submit to the engineering company and development services of the city for getting the official approval.
We Create a Timeline for our Contractors
How long does it take to build a house? This is the most common question of our clients when we meet. In construction estimating an exact finishing time is difficult. There are lots of details and documentation and if a detail is missed, it could delay the project and end up costing the owner and the contractor in time and money. This is why staying organized and making a timeline for each contractor throughout the process is essential to success of the project.
We Make Adjustments & Changes Together in each Phase
Changes in construction projects are very common and likely to occur from different sources, by various causes, at any stage of a project. The owner has the right to make changes that fall within the scope of the construction contract. The spectrum of possible changes covers every element of the Contract Documents – from detail noted on design drawings to complete sections of the General Conditions. The owner may direct the changes verbally or in writing. The owner’s right to make a change to the contract is typically qualified in two respects:
- The modification must not be a fundamental change beyond the scope of the contractor.
- The contractor must be given the right to a contract price and schedule adjustment if the modification made by the owner affects his costs or delivery schedule or both.
Before Closing We Schedule Thorough Walk Thru for Your Satisfaction
When the home buying process is nearly complete, many buyers start relaxing and focusing on other details, such as purchasing new furniture and landscaping. There is one more important step to take before closing on the house: a final walkthrough, which helps to make sure everything is in working condition before closing. A final walkthrough can not only help you feel more confident about your purchase and avoid buyer’s remorse, it can also pinpoint any last-minute problems that should be taken care of before settlement.