When preparing for construction, we produce a complete set of working documents including partition plans, elevations, necessary assemblies and details. During construction, we maintain close communication with the installers, promptly adapting the documentation to incorporate any new information concerning the site or the building. Although unforeseen circumstances may arise on the building site, we possess the capability to effectively manage and address them.
In accordance with the agreed architectural concept, we formulate the terms of reference for the engineering team. They commence by producing a documentation concept aligned with their technical expertise. Subsequently, the concept undergoes on-site testing in collaboration with the installation team. Some recommendations provided by the installers are incorporated into the concept, which is then refined into comprehensive working documentation. This documentation comprises detailed drawings, engineering calculations, and a bill of quantities (BOQ).
Based on the results of the technical study and several rounds of client interviews, we create an architectural concept. We work in a BIM environment, so at the concept stage we define all the technical aspects of implementing the proposed solutions, right down to the size of each layer of multi-piece walls and the gaps for the hinges on built-in furniture.
First, we measure and photograph the property or plot, noting all the geometry, materials and workmanship of the structural elements. Based on the surveys, we prepare a technical report and create a 3D model in Revit and a set of drawings including a plan and characteristic sections.