I implement the following format in order to complete construction plans.
Listen to client
Delelop plan outlining project scope and objective
Visit site to take field measurement and photos
Develop existing conidition plans as required
Work with client to develop schematic design drawings
Produce design drawings consistent with project requirements
Complete detail drawings for permit and bidding propurses
Provide (1) printed and eletroinc copy of all plans to owner (Note: Additional sets is the client responsibility unless requested, cost will be incorporated into contract agreement. Typically (3) sets are required when filing for permit)
Exterior and Interior Alterations
Space Planning and Design
Site Improvement Plans
Egress/Safety Plans and Evaluations
ADA Evaluation and Compliance Report
Field Survey of Existing Facilities
Existing Condition Assessments
Square Footage Calculations
Proposals are based on the scope and project size. I do allow for some negotiation to a certain degree. Hourly rate is available upon request.
Retainer/Deposit Fee: 50% of the agreed contract amount is due after the signing of the contract. The remaining contract amount is due upon
completion of drawings. RETAINER/DEPOSIT ARE ALL AT 1/2 OF DRAFTING FEE AND NOT REFUNDABLE (Note: Total fee includes conceptual designs, preliminary drawings and construction documents (does not include permit filing cost)).
2-4 weeks, depending on the project scope and size.
Design & Drafting Procedure/Process
1. Consultation at clients location: (No fee for 1st site visit/meeting, additional site visit and/or meeting will be billed at an hourly rate of $25.00 per hour.)
Meet with client at their location to discuss proposed project.
(optional meeting via telephone, e-mail or Internet)
2. Conceptual Design (part of signed contract) includes:
(Note: Conceptual designs must to be approved prior to proceeding with preliminary drawings.)
3. Preliminary Drawings (part of signed contract) includes:
(Note: Preliminary drawings designs must to be approved prior to proceeding construction documents.)
4. Construction Documents (part of signed contract) includes: