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OUR SERVICES

WORKSTAGE 1

Receive, appraise and report on the client’s requirements with particular regard to site information, planning and statutory regulations and budget.

WORKSTAGE 4

Prepare construction documentation and co-ordinate the documentation with the work designed by consultants and specialists. Obtain approval from the relevant authorities, review the estimated cost of the works in relation to the budget & prepare documents to procure offers for the execution of the works.

WORKSTAGE 2

Advised by any appointed consultants, prepare a design concept in broad outline showing intended space provisions, planning relationships, materials and services intended to be used.

WORKSTAGE 5

Obtain tenders for the execution of the works and advise the client regarding the award of the building contract. Prepare contract documentation and arrange for the signing thereof & administer and perform the duties assigned to the architect in the building contract.

WORKSTAGE 3

Develop the design concept in sufficient detail to define the construction of the building, spatially co-ordinate the work developed by consultants & review the design with the relevant authorities.

WORKSTAGE 6

Provide the client with as-built drawings, certificates, relevant technical data and guarantees from suppliers on completion of the works.

DESIGN PROCESS [WORK]STAGES

1. INCEPTION:

Receive, appraise and report on the Client’s requirements:

• Client’s brief.

• Site analysis.

• Budgetary constraints.

• Project programme & schedule.

• Look & feel.

2. CONCEPT:

Prepare an initial design & advice on:

• Obtain accurate measured drawings.

• Request survey & coordinate.

• Proposed material & intended building services.

• Technical & functional characteristics of the design.

• Check for conformity of the concept with the rights to the use of the land.

• Review the anticipated costs of the project.

• Review the project programme.

3. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT:

• Confirm the scope and complexity.

• Review the design and consult with local and statutory authorities.

• Develop the design, construction system, materials and components.

• Incorporate all services and the work of consultants.

• Review the design, costing and program with the consultants.

4. DOCUMENTATION & PROCUREMENT:

• Prepare documentation sufficient for local authority submission.

• Coordinate technical documentation with the consultants.

• Complete primary coordination.

• Prepare specifications for the works.

• Evaluate offers and recommend on the award of the building contract.

• Prepare the contract documentation (arrange the signing of the building contract).

5. CONSTRUCTION:

Hand over the site to the contractor:

• Issue construction documentation.

• Initiate and/or check sub-contract design & documentation as appropriate.

• Administer and perform the duties & obligations as signed to the principal agent in the JBCC building agreements, or fulfill the obligations provided for in other forms of the contract.

• issue the certificate of practical completion.

• Assist the contractor/client to obtain the occupation certificate.

6. CLOSE OUT:

Final stage:

• Fulfill & complete the project close-out including the preparation of the necessary documentation to facilitate the effective completion, handover and operation of the project.

• After the contractor’s obligations with respect to the building contract after fulfilled, the architect shall issue the certificates related to contract completion.

• Provide the client with as-built drawings & relevant technical and contractual undertakings by the contractor & subcontractors.