For PM's and PA's

Understand the what, when, and how of pushing your projects with resources sorted by phase.

Programming consists of establishing & documenting requirements for your project including: design objectives, desired rooms or spaces, room sizes, relationships between spaces and relationships to the site.

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Pre-design is the phase of analysis that occurs after some form of funding is available and before design begins. During the pre-design phase, studies are done to analyze space requirement issues, the constraints and opportunities of the prop

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Schematic design begins in rough form as sketches, floor plan studies, and 3d or physical models. Several owner/designer meetings are typical during this phase to make decisions and determine a direction for the design to evolve.

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The refinement and development of a design on it way to documentation is a great time to revisit refine performance strategies, better understand the details when choosing systems and assemblies, and prepare for CD's.

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The construction documents phase involves adding a level of detail and technical information to the design documents so a contractor has a set of instructions to build the project as designed.

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Construction administration is as important as all of the other phases. There is a lot of information the contractor and sub contractors need to process. During this phase, we act as the owner’s agent and provide observation, review of submittal.

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Method of procurement usually refers to the principal contractual arrangement used in a particular project, e.g. traditional architectural commission, project management contract, design and construct contract, etc.

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The end of punch-lists not only marks the implementation of design and construction of a project help us build on successes through post-occupancy evaluations, interviews, and certification compliance.

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