Designlines is ready to handle your Commercial Project and as professional interior designers we will contribute at every phase of your project to ensure that the final result exceeds your expectations and ensures the health, safety and welfare of all who may use or occupy the space. We can also assist in putting together the other members of the project team, such as the architect, general contractor, consultants for lighting, commercial kitchens, acoustics, and art selection, etc.
The following is a list of services we can provide at each phase of the design process:
Defining the Scope
Planning and Design: feasibility studies, space planning, tenant development, budget analysis, design concepts, finish specifications, furniture specifications, art and accessory programs.
Construction Co-ordination: project management, bid management, move management, post occupancy evaluations.
Programming involving the right people and gaining insight into:
the calendar life of the project, the strategic plan (as it relates to the facility, people, technology), the work flow, the equipment and technology, the budgetary and maintenance issues.
Schematic combines the insight gained in programming with design expertise to begin a dialogue regarding design solutions. This is typically conveyed through: drawings: proposed space plans, detail drawings, elevations, 3D sketches, budgets, material samples, product cut sheets, product mock-ups.
Design Development refines the concepts approved in the schematic phase. Finalizing specifications of architectural plan and details, lighting, materials, furnishings, equipment and budgets.
Construction Documentation often involves the most interface with other design team professionals and consultants to make sure all aspects of the project are properly documented.
Construction Administration insures the project is built-out based on the documented design and specifications arrived at from previous phases. Administration may include:
Periodic inspection of work progress, review and approval of submittals, punch lists, authorization for payment, as-built document production.