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Standard Documents

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Phase 1: Documentation of existing condition of project site

Preliminary Meetings

  1. Necessary conferences with the Client to ascertain the requirements of the project.

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Phase 2: Conceptualization

Schematic Design Phase: Based on the information generated in the initial meeting, the Interior Designer will develop proposed Schematic Designs consisting of furniture layout, image board (s) and preliminary perspectives. Upon the approval of the Schematic Design concept, the Interior Designer will proceed to the Design Development Phase

  1. Presentation of preliminary plans with furniture layout for approval
  2. Presentation of image board (s) for approval
  3. Presentation of preliminary perspectives (s) for approval

RENDERED FLOOR PLAN

Phase 3: Space Planning

Design Development Phase: Based on the approved Schematic Design presentation, and any adjustments requested by the Client, the Interior Designer will develop plans into more detailed drawings such as, floor plans with furniture layout, wall elevations and sections, reflected ceiling plan with lighting fixture layout, schedule of window treatment, schedule of doors (if required), materials and finishing swatch boards, rendered perspective presentations, itemized furniture drawings, cabinet details, floor pattern, details and other working details. It is recommended that finalization of the plan should involve coordination with consultants to ensure proper and efficient planning. Upon approval of the above, the Interior Designer will proceed to the Contract Document and Coordination Phase.

  1. Floor Plan with Furniture Layout
  2. Wall Elevations and Sections
  3. Reflected Ceiling Plan with Lighting Fixture Layout
  4. Auxiliary Layout (Springklers, Speakers, Airconditioning Diffusers, Smoke Detectors, Fire Protection Devices, etc.)
  5. Electrical Switches and Outlet Location Plans
  6. Schedule of Window Treatment
  7. Schedule of Doors (if required)
  8. Material and Finishing Swatch Boards
  9. Rendered Perspective Presentations
  10. Itemized Furniture Drawings
  11. Cabinet Details
  12. Floor Pattern Details
  13. other Working Details

FLOOR PLAN-SAMPLE PERSPECTIVE BOARD SAMPLE 1

Phase 4: 3D Perspective presentation and working drawings

Contract Document and Coordination Phase: Based on the approved Design Development presentation and any adjustments requested by the Client, the Interior Designer shall prepare detailed working drawings and general specifications, setting forth the design and details for the project. Construction documents, drawings and specifications for the following systems or components will be prepared by the Project Consultants for the Interior Designer to review.

  1. Verification of check prints from Engineers
  2. Budgetary Cost Estimates
  3. 7 sets of blueprints (if required)
  4. Technical Specifications
  5. Necessary engineering designs (if required)
  6. Bid Review (if required)

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Phase 5: Construction and execution based on approved design

Construction Phase: The Interior Designer and the General Contractor shall be responsible for coordinating the schedules for delivery and installation of the work in the agreed time frame. The Interior Designer shall assist the Client in specifying furniture, furnishings and accessories. The General Contractor shall be responsible for coordinating with the Interior Designer and Client the purchase, delivery and installation of furniture, furnishing or equipment. In the event that substitutions are required due to budgetary constraints or availability, the General Contractor is to advice the Interior Designer/ Client in writing and review issue (s) prior to proceeding. The Interior Designer shall make periodic inspection of the project premises during the Construction Phase. All cost of travel expenses, shall be paid by the Client. Jobsite meeting with the presence of Interior Designer, the Client and General Contractor shall be scheduled. The Interior Designer shall review all contracts for submission such as shop drawings, product data and samples, but only for compliance with the design concept of the work and with information given in the contract documents. Such action shall be taken with reasonable promptness so as to cause no delay

  1. Periodic Site Supervision (as specified)
  2. Photo Documentation of the progress of construction
  3. Coordination with General Contractor, Specialty Subcontractors and Project Manager/ Construction Manager

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Project completion and turn over


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