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Design Process at a Glance

Quick Interview: Free 30 Minute Design Consultation Via Telephone. A few questions that we will ask to better understand the scope of your proposed development. If you’re still interested and we are a good match for your project, we will schedule for a walk through at the job site. 

Phase One: Programming Analysis. This process requires the team to examine the details, elements, or structure of the project. Interviewing clients with their inspiration photos, measuring and roughly sketching the space, room check list, and taking photos. At the end of this phase, clients will be presented with a concept statement and contract to sign within two business days.
(Max. 2 Hour at site location) Price $250


Phase Two: Schematic Design. During this process, designer includes preliminary drafting of space, or furniture plan. Preliminary finish and furniture selection, and a pricing estimate. Clients will receive their first presentation to review and approve.  
(Min. 8 Hours, depending on scope of project difficulty level) 


Phase Three: Design Development. By this phase, designers will have finalized drafts of the space, furniture, finishes, etc. Elevation and final presentation are shown to the client for final approval.  
(Max. 2 Hours Face to Face meeting) 


Phase Four: Purchasing & Coordination. Contract documentation required a presentation board, and renderings for negotiation bidding to begin. Designer will prepare bidding specification, schedules for finishes, furniture, equipment, etc. Reviewing and approving submittals from others.
(Min. 8 Hours depending on scope of project difficulty level) 


Phase Five: Installation. Designer will schedule install and delivery of items. Prepare work schedules, observe and do site visits to ensure work and materials are reflected based on our design concept. Provide any change order. Final walk-though with punch list for any incomplete work
(Min. 4 Hour, depending on scope of project difficulty level) 
(Free 1 Hour designer site visit)

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