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As your project takes shape, we oversee the quality, ensuring adherence to design. From managing unforeseen site conditions to coordinating building controls and surveys, especially where party walls are concerned, we've got it all covered.

Construction administration is an essential phase in architectural and interior projects. It involves the architect's or interior designer's role in guiding, overseeing, and coordinating the construction process to ensure the design intent is achieved and the project's specifications and quality standards are met.


Pre-Construction Meeting

Establish Roles: Define the roles and responsibilities of all parties, including the architect/designer, contractor, and consultants.

Discuss Project: Review the scope, design intent, key milestones, and expectations.

Communication Protocols: Determine the preferred communication methods and frequency.


Document Distrubution

Issue Construction Set: Distribute finalized construction documents, drawings, and specifications to involved parties.

Clarify Details: Address any questions related to the documentation.


Submittals and Shop Drawing

Review Process: Contractors submit details of materials, products, and methods they plan to use for the architect/designer's review.

Ensure Compliance: Verify that the submittals align with design specifications and intentions.


Approve or Revise: Provide feedback, corrections, or approval for the contractor to proceed.


Site Visits

Regular Inspections: Periodically visit the construction site to monitor progress and quality.

Ensure Design Adherence: Confirm that construction aligns with design intent and project documentation.

Address Challenges: Discuss and resolve any on-site challenges or unexpected conditions.


Change Orders

Assess Changes: Review proposed alterations or adjustments to the original contract, whether due to unforeseen conditions, client requests, or other factors.

Approval Process: Evaluate the impact of changes on budget and timeline, and approve or suggest alternatives.


RFI (Request for Information)

Field Questions: Respond to queries from the contractor seeking clarification on design, materials, or methods.

Document Responses: Ensure that all clarifications and answers are documented for reference.


Progress Meetings

Status Updates: Regularly convene with key stakeholders to discuss project status, upcoming tasks, and any issues.

Coordination: Ensure that all parties are aligned and any overlaps or dependencies are addressed.


Quality Control

Monitor Workmanship: Ensure the contractor maintains quality standards throughout construction.

Address Deficiencies: Identify and have the contractor correct any substandard work or deviations from the design.



Documentation: Provide any final documents, warranties, and maintenance instructions.

Client Walkthrough: Tour the completed project with the client, explaining features and addressing any questions.

Final Sign-off: Obtain client's acceptance and close out the project.


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