At this stage, the designer communicates with the client to collect data about the site, the current position and the client's wishes for the future building.
If it is possible to visit and analyze the site, more detailed information about the project will be obtained.
The designer researches local zoning and land use restrictions, then prepares a cost estimate to present at a meeting with the client. If the parties agree on the terms and scope of the project, they draw up a work contract.
At this stage, the client's wishes are translated into a concept design by the architectural design team. that maybe include sketches, plans, 3D renderings and preliminary site maps and building floor plans. Determining building systems, such as air conditioning and plumbing, is also done at this stage.
This is the stage where the architect's initial ideas become a detailed plan. If the project requires a structural or facility engineer, those people usually join the team at this stage. The architect also provides the client with renderings of the exterior and interior spaces that are being finalized. The output of this phase greatly affects the total cost of a construction project (as well as the project schedule). Therefore, it should be done with utmost care. At the end of this stage, a more realistic estimate of the building costs is obtained.
At this stage, all the documents and documentation of the project, including executive plans, 3D images and an accurate estimate of the construction cost of the project, have been delivered to the employer, and if the employer needs to receive technical advice and construction management from the company, executive documents and contracts have been prepared and in During the construction period, the project implementation process is regularly controlled by the technical teams and the project process is matched with the planning done so that finally a perfect and beautiful building, at the same time complete and in accordance with the technical rules and principles, is delivered to the client.