Design: The firm will work with clients to understand their needs and develop designs that meet those needs while also adhering to building codes, zoning regulations, and other requirements.
Planning: The firm will develop detailed plans, including floor plans, elevations, and construction documents, that are necessary for the construction of the building.
Construction management: The firm will manage the construction process, including overseeing the work of contractors, ensuring that the work is done to the specifications and standards set forth in the plans and contract, and managing the budget and schedule.
Project management: The firm will oversee the entire project, from start to finish, coordinating the work of all parties involved, including architects, engineers, contractors, and others.
Safety and Quality control: The firm will ensure that the construction work is carried out safely and that the quality of the finished building meets the standards set forth in the plans and contract.
Sustainability: The firm may also consider the environmental impact of the project and work to incorporate sustainable building practices, such as energy-efficient systems, water conservation, and environmentally friendly materials.
Legal compliance: The firm will ensure that the building project is compliant with all legal and regulatory requirements, such as building codes, zoning regulations, and safety standards.
Communication: The firm will communicate with clients regularly to ensure that their needs and expectations are being met throughout the construction process.