Phase 1: Feasibility Study
After our initial meeting (included at no cost to you), we’ll determine your budget to ensure the project scope is correct from the very beginning. Next, we’ll stop by your home and take measurements and photographs.
Based on these factors, you’ll be presented with design drawings and a design timeline — if everything aligns we’ll present you with a design contract and a comprehensive financial analysis. Our goal with these first steps is for you to have a clear understanding of the scope of your project and to gain peace of mind that it falls within your budget.
Phase 2: Project Development
Great, we’re on the right track with the feasibility study! Next up is project development where detailed blueprints that show structural components, an electrical plan and elevations will be presented. This step in the process will help you make product selects and keep the project moving on the proposed timeline.
After you approve the blueprints, we’ll meet with selected subcontractors in your home and price out their work. After, a final meeting with be held to present the final project price and construction documents.
Although no physical construction will take place during this phase, the development phase is still one of the most critical to the success of the project — which sometimes makes it more time-consuming due to the careful planning involved.
Phase 3: Construction
The time is here — you can now see actual changes happening to your home! At the beginning of this phase, construction documents are signed and a construction timeline will be presented. We’ll also hold a pre-construction meeting so we can carefully work through all the details. Everyone involved will be notified with a Start of Work notice, and products will be ordered.
Throughout the construction phase our architectural and design staff will continue to consult with you on any necessary adjustments to the project design or selections.
After all is said and done, we’ll close out the project and you can fully enjoy your new space.