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Commercial projects can be complex projects and commercial architects are responsible for applying design, construction and engineering skills to design a variety of non-residential buildings and other types of commercial structures. As commercial buildings can become complicated, it is common for specialist designers to be required to design particular aspects of the building.
The design of specialist building elements is often carried out by subcontractors. The key is to ensure coordination with other building elements, to avoid clashes and potentially costly delays during construction on site.
We have great experience of working with many contractors and subcontractors, where, as architects, we look at the bigger picture, and help achieve the client’s goals. We talk to our clients to understand what they want from a commercial building and then shape that understanding into viable concept design. Attention to detail is paramount. Bespoke, powder-coated aluminium fascias, soffits, sills and corner cladding were designed for the penthouse apartment in South West London as seen in our banner photo. It topped a listed, former Victorian church.
The RIBA Outline Plan of Work is part of the mindset of an architect and most other professionals involved in the construction industry and is woven into our architectural processes. The RIBA Plan of Work organises briefing, designing, constructing and operating building projects into stages, detailing the tasks required at each stage.
We provide a personalised scope of service from start to finish, from strategic briefs, through the design concepts, construction and handover, supporting you at every stage. We collaborate with you and the design team to develop designs, manage the planning process, review legal and building control requirements and oversee construction.
Please take a look at our architecture projects below, and consider Steve Jackson Design when looking for a specialist designer in Essex or a specialist designer in London. We look forward to hearing from you soon!