Some interior projects require each step, others fewer – it all depends on the nature of the task at hand.
1. Understanding & Planning
Good planning is the key for a successful project
Developing a thorough understanding of your needs, goals and constraints
Site survey/measure of your desired space
Carefully appraising your site to identify and enhance your vision of the space
Considering all means of maximizing environmental sustainability
Agree budget to ensure your expectations are met
Developing a shared understanding with any architects, mall designers, landlords or consultants involved.
2. Design & Specification
Choose from five different design packages
Assigning a design principal to realise your vision and dreams.
Collaborating with the implementation team with regular reviews during the design process to ensure most cost effective construction
Assessing scope for waste minimisation of resources and time
Internal peer reviewing as part of the design process.
Liaising with the other parties involved including local councils (if required) and working with specialists/consultants where appropriate, to maximise outcomes on site.
Documenting your vision into design concept document.
3. Cost Advice and Value Engineering
Each project is carefully “Value engineered” by our project estimators to make sure you receive the best value
Working within the design specifications to ensure the design and your budget are aligned.
Agreeing the contract price, scope and timetable
Project management using proven methodology
One of our Project managers manages all activities to ensure hassle free on time delivery, the same manager will work with you from start to finish to ensure there is a clear understanding of your needs and goals.
Early procurement of materials/manufacturing of joinery and other key elements - ensuring value, quality and availability to meet you desired timeline
Familiarising the construction team with the designer and the design process to ensure there is tight team delivery
Sharing lessons learnt during site preparation with the head contractor