The development phase, a high-end architectural drafting of the project, is a creative process; but it also depends on the precision and analytical skill of craftsmen, engineers and architects.SIS does not deliver a paint-by-numbers solution off the shelf. That is not how masterpieces are created. But they do require a lot of hard work and rigorous attention to detail. The development phase, a high-end architectural drafting of the project, is a creative process; but it also depends on the precision and analytical skill of craftsmen, engineers and architects.
Once the consulting phase is complete:
Our in-house architect calls an initial meeting with the Chief Technical Officer (CTO) and SIS development team. The team:• Evaluates all of the client’s needs, as discussed during the consulting phase, and begins to sketch a plan. • Identifies and discusses any obstacles or difficulties indicated in the backgrounds and drawings, in regard to the preliminary plan.
The SIS in-house architect creates a schematic draft using sophisticated architectural software.
Once the schematic is created, the entire team reviews it. Recommendations are made, ramifications are considered, and more recommendations are made. This process of “review and improve” repeats itself until all members of the development team are satisfied that the best possible schematic has been produced.
Project coordination continues as our in-house architect maintains communication with your architect to ensure that the SIS design is in sync with the overall architectural plan of the building. If any background changes to your architectural design occur, new backgrounds are uploaded so that the SIS design develops accurately.
SIS ownership oversees the entire process to ensure that “best strategy” practices are carried out, and to share his overall vision for the project.
Approvals from the client are obtained, and SIS starts to finalize the design.
Detailed construction documents are produced, passing through similar stages of recommendations and evaluations until final approval is obtained from the client’s construction company.
A finalized as-built footprint is delivered to the owner and building management.