Develop and create a list of space needs, sizes, and adjacencies
Design a basic plan showing how space needs “fit” within a given building or suite
Create a more developed plan showing walls, doors, millwork, room names and sizes
NARRATIVE FOR PRICING
Provide a room by room description of entire scope of work to obtain “ballpark” pricing estimates
Visit site to verify existing conditions: walls, columns, plumbing, power, ceiling, lights, etc. Update plans accordingly–inventory of existing doors, hardware, and lighting for re-use.
Work with client to determine specific needs relative to walls, doors, cabinetry, lighting, equipment, electrical/communication requirements and finishes–phasing may also be discussed if work will be done within an existing and functioning suite.
Complete permittable, stamped documents for bid and construction.
Release documents for bid, evaluate bids and assist in the bid award–participate in “value engineering” exercise to reduce cost, if needed.
Act as owner’s agent to monitor construction, check shop drawings, approve payment schedule, answer questions from contractor and site visits to check construction progress.
Walk through space upon completion to identify any outstanding work scope or build out issues requiring remediation–collection of as-built drawings, warranties and attic stock.
Select and specify furniture and fabrics that are appropriate to image and function–competitively bid to dealerships and oversee installation.
Select and specify unique artwork in context to the suite’s image and function.
Design logo walls and room identification signage in context to the suite’s image and function.