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Phase 1

MEASURED DRAWINGS

A measured drawing is prepared during the process of undertaking a renovation to an existing structure and is typically the first phase of a new design. These drawings are derived from the measurements taken on-site and lay the groundwork for the schematic design and design development phases. The typical documentation developed includes:

Floor Plans
Exterior Elevations

Measured Drawings
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Phase 2

SCHEMATIC DESIGNS

The primary objective of this phase is to develop a clearly defined, feasible concept and to present it in a form that is easily understood. The feasibility of the project is mostly contingent upon your budget and items required to obtain building permits. The typical documentation includes:

Floor Plans
Exterior Elevations
Roof Plan
Site Plan
3D Models

SCHEMATIC DESIGNS
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Phase 3

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

During this third phase, the design is refined into a clear, coordinated set of CAD drawings covering specific aspects of the project. It’s at this stage that the 3D renderings undergo a more photo-realistic quality and the overall presentation becomes clear. It’s also the stage when the consultants, such as surveyors, architects, engineers, and builders are on-boarded, if needed. (Additional fees apply for consultants). The typical documentation includes:

Floor Plans
Exterior Elevations
Roof Plan
Electrical Plan
Reflected Ceiling Plan
Interior Elevations
Sections
Site Plan
3D Models

Design development
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