Architects deal with the function life safety issues and aesthetics of the

Architects deal with the function life safety issues

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Architects deal with the function, life safety issues, and aesthetics of the building, and engineers deal with the systems. Design Professionals
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The following are the primary responsibilities of the designers: Assisting the owner in developing the facility program and determining end user needs and requirements Advising the owner regarding the image and character of the facility and establishing broad design goals
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Assisting the owner in selecting products to fit the program and the budget Advising the owner on special and aesthetic issues and generating graphic solutions to problems Developing the final building plans, construction details, and specifications
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Major Phases of an Architectural Project 58 Schematic Design Design Development Construction Documents Bidding/ Negotiation Construction Administration
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Major Phases of an Architectural Project 59 Schematic Design Design Development Construction Documents Bidding/ Negotiation Construction Administration In this phase the architect and design consultants determine the goals and objectives of the projects Sketched Floor Plans and Elevations, Balloon Diagrams. Design Intent is Established.
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Major Phases of an Architectural Project 60 Schematic Design Design Development Construction Documents Bidding/ Negotiation Construction Administration Design sketches and feasibility studies are developed. Floor plans and building sections/elevations. Permits and Approvals Financing, Sales
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