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see our Construction Approval Procedure for SIP and SND

 

In nine steps to sucess!
(according to HOAI standards -
Official Scale of Fees for Services by Architects and Engineers)

The GPM-Standard - what we offer additional free for charge
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Special Service

1. Establishing the basic of the project
2. Prelimanary design

3. Final design

4. Building Permission Application

5. Execution drawings

6. Preparation of contract award

7. Assisting the award process

8. Project Supervision

9. Project control and documentation


1. Establishing the basic of the project

- Clarify requirements

- Consult on scope of overall project

- Formulate criteria for selecting other specialists to assist with planning work

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2. Prelimanary design
(Project and planning preparation)

- Analyze available data

- Agree objective (marginal conditions, conflicts of interest)

- Prepare a list of project goals (programmed objectives)

- Develop a project strategy including examining possible alternative solution under the same conditions and presenting drawings and costing, e.g. experimental drawings, outline sketches, with explanatory notes if required.

- Integrate the services supplied by other specialists involved in the project.

- Clarify and explain the key town planning, design, functional, technical, building physics, financial and energy use strategies and the use of renewable energy resources) and environmental or conservation factors, process and conditions, plus the burden imposed on relevant ecosystems and their sensitivity. Preliminary negotiation with local authorities and other specialists involved in the project in respect of approval conditions.

- Open-air facilities: Gathering and evaluating data on and explaining ecological structures and relationships, e.g. soil, water, climate, air, flora and fauna, plus presenting the space-utilization and design strategy with explanatory information, specifically in respect of landscaping, habitat improvement and interlinking, existing vegetation, new planting, dividing the area into greenery, traffic, water, play and sports areas; also clarifying and agreeing boundary design and harmonizing with surrounding features.

- Cost estimate according to DIN 276 or the regulations defining residential costing practices

- Collating the outputs form all preliminary design activities

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3. Final design
(Systems and integration planning)

- Work through the design strategy (step-by-step production of a construction solution in drawing form) taking account of town planning, design, functional, technical building Physics, financial and energy cost (e.g cost effective energy use strategies and the use of renewable energy resources) and environmental or conservation requirements and making use of the contributions made by other specialists involved on the project, through to complete design. Integrate the services of other specialists involved on the project.

- Description of the project with accompanying explanation of compensatory and replacement measures as required by conservation regulations

- Present drawings for all overall project design e.g. detailed revised preliminary design and/or final drawings (to a scale commensurate with the nature and scale of the project for open-air facilities: a scale between 1:500 and 1:100 and specifically including data on habitat improvement, preventive and protective measures to conserve and develop the ecology, and detailed planting schemes; for room-creating interior works; on a scale of 1:50 to 1:20 and specifically including details for wall claddings, color, lighting and material designs), and if applicable detailed plans for frequently recurring space modules.

- Negotiations with local authorities and other specialists involved in the project in respect of compliance with approval conditions.

- Cost calculation as defined by DIN 276

- Cost calculation as defined by DIN 276 or the regulations defining residential costing practices

- Cost control by comparison of the cost calculation with the cost estimation

- Collating the outputs from all design activities

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4. Building Permission Application

- Prepare submission documents for approval and consents required under public, planning regulations including applications for exemptions and waivers, making use of the contributions made by other specialists involved on the project plus any remaining negotiations needed with public authorities

- Submission of documents Complete and amend as necessary planning applications, description and costing making use of the contributions made by other specialists involved on the project

- Open-air facilities and room-creating interior works: check the need for approvals, obtain consents and permissions

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5. Execution drawings

- Detailed work on the outputs of service phase 3 and 4 (step-by-step development and presentation of the design solution) taking account of town planning, design, functional, technical, building physics, financial and energy cost (e.g. cost effective energy use strategies and the use of renewable energy resources) and environmental or conservation requirements and making use of the contributions made by other specialists involved on the project, through to an implement able design

- Represent the overall project design in drawing form including all data required for execution e.g. final complete execution, detail and design drawings on a scale between 1:50 and 1:1, for open-air facilities on a scale between 1:200 and 1:50 depending on the nature of the project, and specifically including planting schemes with any necessary text explanations

- For room-creating interior works: detailed representation of rooms and suites on a scale of 1:25 to 1:1 with any necessary text explanations; material specifications Establishing the basis for other specialists involved in the project and integrating their contributions through to an implement able design

- Continuous upgrading of the execution planning during the execution phase

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6. Preparation of contract award

- Calculate and collate quantities as the basis for producing the project specifications making use of the contributions made by other specialists involved in the project planning

- Produce project specifications with detailed schedule of works categorized by services areas

- Harmonize and co-ordinate the project specifications produced by other specialists involved in the project planning

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7. Assisting the award process

- Produced the contract award documentation for al services areas

- Obtain quotations

- Check and rank quotations including producing a price list for part works ensuring the involvement of all specialists who have contributed to service phase 6 and 7

- Co-ordinate and collate the assessments of the specialists assisting with the award process

- Negotiate with bidders

- Estimate costs according to DIN 276 based on unit or global prices quoted by bidders

- Cost control by comparison of the cost estimation with the cost calculation

- Assist with contract placing process

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8. Project Supervision
(Construction supervision)

- Monitor the execution of the project for conformance with the building approvals or consents, the execution drawings and project specifications and with the generally acknowledge rules of technology (Standards) and applicable regulations

- Supervise the execution of supporting structures as defined by 63 pare. 1 points 1 & 2 for conformance with the certificate of stability

- Co-ordinate the work of specialists involved with execution supervision

- Monitor and correct details of pre-assembled components

- Produce and monitor progress on a timetable (bar chart)

- Keep a construction diary

- Perform measurements in company with the building contractor

- Approve and accept building works with the involvement if other specialists involved in both project planning and project supervision; identify defects

- Check invoices Cost finding according to DIN 276 or in accordance with residential building costing regulations

- Submit application for public authority approval, assist with procedures

- Project handover in Project handover including collating and delivering the necessary documentation, , e.g. operating instructions, test certificates

- List warranty periods

- Monitor corrective action regarding defects identified during acceptance inspection

- Cost control by comparison of the contracting companies' accounts with the contractual prices and the cost estimation

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9. Project control and documentation

- Physical inspection of the project to identify defects before the expiry of the warranty claim periods granted by construction contractors. Supervise the correction of defects which become apparent before expiry of the above warranty claim periods or at the latest within 5 years of acceptance of works

- Assist with the release of security bonds

- Systematic collation of the drawings and calculations showing the final results of the project

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