In this phase, we interface with the client to learn about the plot of land, Any existing structures, Budget
for the project, Client’s wishes for the future building and other. Then we researches local zoning and
land-use restrictions, then makes a cost estimate. If the parties agree on terms and the scope of the
project, We draw up a contract for that services.
In this phase, We design team begins to translate the client’s wishes into a building design concept. This
may involve sketches, drawings, 3D renderings, and preliminary site plans, floor plans, and building
In this phase, Design becomes a reality. We produces a sets of detailed drawings that specify every
detail of our final Design.
In a design-build project, the in-house construction contractor becomes involved at this point. The final
blueprints guide builders to deliver the desired structure, and this includes plans for all structural,
mechanical and electrical systems. Other technical documents that must be created along with the plans
are design instructions and technical specifications for contractors
In this phase, Our role shifts from creative design to project management. While we don’t physically
manage the job site, we make regular site visits to ensure that the project is being executed according to
our plans. Negotiations with contracts and dealing with and resolving any problems that may occur. The
contractor and our crew assumes control of the project like a film director taking over a screenwriter’s