Introduction

Our initial meeting gives us a chance to introduce ourselves to a potential client, discuss their project, and develop a preliminary scope of work and budget. We present the homeowner with information about our company and respond to any questions.

The initial meeting is free of charge, held at homeowner's residence and typically lasts about ninety minutes.

Design

During the Design Phase we work with the homeowner to develop and finalize the design concept for their project. The process is creative and collaborative. It begins with an extensive interview with the client.

The concept drawings begin with floor plan sketches, then progress to vertical elevations and rendered perspectives. What makes a home feel like a home is very subjective—our job is to craft a solution tailored to each client's needs and tastes. Once the Design Phase scheme is set, we update the budget to reflect this plan and proceed to the Construction Document Phase.

Construction Documents

During the Construction Document (CD) Phase we create the detailed construction drawings required to estimate, permit and build your project. We also work with you to make all the material selections needed, from siding and windows, to tile and plumbing fixtures. As part of the selection process we accompany clients on visits to local showrooms.

Our plans are very thorough, which sets the tone for a well organized job with an emphasis on communication and accurate expectations. We review the plans in detail with our client so that there is a complete understanding of the project scope of work. We then issue the plans to our allied contractors for competitive pricing.

Construction Management

Proper management of the Construction Phase is essential for a successful project.

We provide a framework within which the client, the contractor and the design team work collaboratively to ensure that both the final product and the journey to get there meet everyone’s expectations.

We are the client’s representative on site, but also listen closely to the contractor’s input and are diligent in making sure they have the materials necessary to complete the project as set forth in the plans and construction schedule. When each party does their part properly the process is enjoyable and the end result is beautiful.