The construction process takes place after construction design where the author supervision group, i.e. the architect, structural engineer, landscape architect and network engineers, supervise the performance of high quality construction works in accordance with the project intent on behalf of the employer.
Technical study (inspection) of building structures is identification and assessment of the technical condition of building products as well as buildings and their parts.
In our company landscape architects work together with project architects in order to develop sustainable outdoor space of a high quality which harmoniously fits into the context of the surrounding environment.
We develop outdoor spatial planning and landscaping concepts, vertical planning and rainwater collection, slab structures and landscaping element details. For sophisticated projects we develop joint 3D models for the terrain and buildings.
The boundaries of a building’s indoor and outdoor space frequently blend and shape joint space therefore we also offer designing interiors for our objects. This enables to come up with a wholesome and stylistically uniform result. Our company has experience in developing public and private indoor space as well as designing lighting, colour and furniture solutions. We have developed several individual door projects which were awarded with prizes in competitions.
It is necessary to manage construction projects properly in order to develop a full construction project and perform subsequent coordination activities for acquiring construction permits from the respective authorities successfully (i.e. in high quality and within optimal deadlines). This encompasses managing the team of design specialists as well as controlling interrelated tasks and solutions.
In our company it is the lead architect (author) who manages the respective construction project; we may also engage a certified architect or structural engineer with relevant experience in managing construction projects.
The work of architects has much in common with the work of composers or theatre directors: they generate ideas and implement them after considering what resources are necessary to achieve the desired result. Additionally to construction arts, architects must have profound understanding of the legal requirements applied to construction.
Architectural design is a process of creating a joint outdoor and indoor space based on the desires and requirements of the environment–client–society.
Work begins by assessing the opportunities of the location and building site (or rebuilding/reconstruction/restoration). Further on, spatial solutions – area planning and building volumes – are created step by step in cooperation with the client. This shapes work tasks of structural engineers, landscape architects and network engineers.
Architectural part of the construction project includes master plan, territory landscaping, greenery as well as road and architectural solutions. We develop them in a 3D model which serves as the basis for elaborating detailed technical solutions.
Structural design is a process of calculating structures in order for them to be economical and simultaneously for them to be able to bear the planned loads and comply with the architectural intent. We develop building structures in a unified architectural-structural 3D model using a specialized calculation program when enables to model the predicted loads.
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Certification system for sustainable construction (BREEAM) is a certificate issued by a third party regarding the compliance of the building, its design, construction, commissioning and utilization with particular sustainability parameters. If BREEAM requirements are observed during the design process then it is possible to predict the sustainability of a project and assess its quality as early as in the initial phase of design.