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The process of an office design, turn-key solution goes through 4 key stages. The ID Works interior design stage is a comprehensive process that has evolved over the years that ensures a final result, is in line with the expectations of the client.

1. Programming

  • Finalize Owner needs and goals
  • Obtain scaled floor plans of the project space from owner
  • Conduct site survey to acquire accurate “as built” drawings
  • Research and propose style, color, interior preferencess
  • Meet with landlord/facilities management concerning building standards, regulations, and requirements
  • Ascertain potential building code, life safety code, and barrier-free regulations as might affect the project
  • Coordinate with appointed Project Managers
  • Prepare the final interior design program

2. Schematic design

  • Develop preliminary space utilization plans for the office architecture
  • Prepare preliminary furniture space plans
  • Create preliminary selections of interior architectural finishes
  • Create preliminary furniture, furnishings, and equipment selections
  • Make preliminary color selections
  • Propose finishes for flooring, partitions, ceilings

3. Design development

  • Complete, finalize and freeze space plans and layouts
  • Complete and finalize furniture and furnishings plans
  • Complete working drawings concerning custom furniture, built-in cabinets, or architectural treatments
  • Determine and finalize specifications of architectural finishes
  • Prepare specifications of furniture, furnishings, and equipment
  • Prepare reflected ceiling plan
  • Prepare floor plan outlining finishes, floor boxes, outlets
  • Prepare electrical outlets plan showing power supply, data, and telephone point
  • Prepare joinery details
  • Prepare sectional elevations and details
  • Prepare presentation boards showing proposed material finishes and drawings
  • Prepare and present suggested color scheme presentation boards
  • Create and present 3D Computer graphic imagery in key areas

4. Contract documents

  • Create working drawings and schedules for the construction and/or installation of the space
  • Create written specifications to accompany working drawings, schedules, and furniture, furnishings, and equipment
  • Create Bill of Quantities for fit-out purposes
  • Prepare furniture and equipment installation drawings
  • Provide summaries of all detailed documents
  • Digitize all created documents and make sufficient copies to Owner as need be

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