With so many different contractors and companies involved in the creation of a commercial building, there is often confusion over who is responsible for what role. Here’s some insight into the role of a commercial architect on a project.
Limited or Full-Service Commercial Architect?
A full-service architect is responsible for the widest range of services during the design, conception, planning and construction of a commercial project. The client can decide to choose the full package of services or a limited amount of services based on what they require, and this determines the architect’s involvement in the project.
For example, these services include:
- Site analysis
- Egress studies
- Contractor bid process management
- Town building code plan approvals and management
- Roof analysis
- Masonry analysis
- Elevator design
- ADA and/or barrier free design and compliance
- Cost estimating
- Schematic design
- Building investigation
This is in addition to general design services that include
- 3D renderings
- Cabinetry and furniture design
- Interior renovations
- Facade renovations
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