Sustainable architectural design and management from concept to completion. Focusing on your needs, we design and deliver buildings and spaces that meet, and hopefully exceed, your expectations; establishing and seeking innovative solutions to your brief and responding to the site and its context, whether in a sensitive historic environment or challenging rural or urban location.
We follow the RIBA Plan of Work, a brief outline of the stages:
Stage 0 – Stategic Definition
Identify client’s Business Case and Strategic Brief and other core project requirements.
Stage 1 – Preparation and Brief
Develop project objectives, including quality objectives and project outcomes, sustainability aspirations, project budget, other parameters or constraints and develop initial project brief. Undertake feasibility studies and review of site information.
Stage 2 – Concept Design
Prepare concept design, including outline proposals for structural design, building services systems, outline specifications and preliminary cost information along with relevant project strategies in accordance with design programme. Agree alterations to brief and issue final project brief.
Stage 3 – Developed Design
Prepare developed design, including coordinated and updated proposals for structural design, building services systems, outline specifications, Cost information and project strategies in accordance with the design programme.
Stage 4 – Technical Design
Prepare technical design in accordance with design responsibility matrix and project strategies to include all architectural, structural and building services information, specialist subcontractor design and specifications, in accordance with design programme.
Stage 5 – Construction
Offsite manufacturing and onsite construction in accordance with construction programme and resolution of design queries from site as they arise.
Stage 6 – Handover and Close Out
Handover of building and conclusion of Building Contract.
Stage 7 – In Use
Undertake In Use services in accordance with Schedule of Services.
For a more detail, visit RIBA Plan of Work 2013