• Research and analysis of the client's goals and requirements.

  • Formulation of preliminary space plans.

  • Confirmation that preliminary space plans and design concepts are safe, functional, aesthetically appropriate, and meet all public health, safety and welfare requirements, including code, accessibility, environmental, and sustainability guidelines.

  • Selection of colors, materials and finishes to appropriately convey the design concept.

  • Selection and specification of furniture, fixtures, equipment and millwork.

  • Provision of project management services.

  • Preparation of construction documents, consisting of plans, elevations, details and specifications, power and communications locations, reflected ceiling plans and lighting designs, materials and finishes, and furniture layouts.

  • Preparation of construction documents to adhere to regional building and fire codes.

  • Coordination and collaboration with other allied design professionals who may be retained to provide consulting services.

  • Confirmation that construction documents meet or surpass all local, state, and federal standards for non-structural and/or non-seismic construction, and are signed and sealed by the responsible interior designer.

  • Administration of contract documents, bids and negotiations as the client's agent.

  • Observation and reporting on the implementation of projects while in progress, and upon completion, as a representative of and on behalf of the client, conducting post-occupancy evaluation reports.

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