The Feasibility stage of the project will typically involve the following phases:
- Meet with the prospective clients to discuss their requirements and needs for the project.
- Discuss and determine the clients budget and timescale so that Arcline Architecture can produce a scheme which suits their cost and time requirements while also adding value to the existing property.
- Evaluate the existing site and its constraints, as to establish the potential of the project.
- Development of the project brief. The brief defines the key design parameters of the project and is developed collaboratively with the client to inform them of what the project is to accomplish; formulated following an analysis of the client’s requirements, budget and site constraints.
- A full detailed measured survey; carriedout of
the existing property and grounds so that Arcline Architecture have a full set of CAD plans, elevations and sections to assist in developing the proposed design.
- Once the design brief has been agreed upon and the site survey had been completed Arcline Architecture will use these documents and drawings to prepare a series of initial design ideas; typically consisting of floor plans and external elevations.
- The preparation of the initial designs establishes a discussion between the client and Arcline Architecture, enabling the design to change and improve following involvement of the client’s own ideas and aspirations. This process successfully enables Arcline Architecture to produce a scheme which meets the client’s needs exactly.