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EJS Design Process

This is the typical 5 step Design Process most of EJS projects go through.  This well deified process ensures an efficient and complete design experience. 

I - LOW COMMITMENT CONSULTATION (LCC)

The initial Consultation to determine the feasibility of the project. The following components are included:

  • Preliminary Zoning & Code Analysis

  • Program & Owner survey

  • Site Visit

  • Findings Report

II - PRE DESIGN (PD)

Initials steps that precede the design

  • Site analysis

  • Measure/Verify Existing conditions

  • Create Existing Condition Base Plans and/or Building Model

  • Zoning/Code Analysis

III - SCHEMTATIC DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT (SDD)

The initial idea is to come up with a scheme.  It is oftentimes beneficial to explore multiple schemes.  These Plans are Schematic and often show furniture for reference. 

  • Free hand or Hard line Schematic plans & Elevations

  • BIM Model

  • Pre-App Meeting with City Municipality

IV - CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS (CD'S)

These are the "Working Drawings" or "Blue Prints".  They typically take the bulk of the fee.  The CD's are used for Permitting, Bidding, and Construction.  The parts comprising of CD's include:

  • Plans

  • Elevations

  • Sections,

  • Details

  • Schedules 

  • Notes & Specifications

V - CONCLUDING SERVICES (CS)

Even After the CD's are complete there are still other tasks & services needed to ensure the successful completion of the project.  These include.

  • Permit Submittal & clarifications

  • Bidding & Contractor Negotiation

  • Site Visits

  • Construction Contract Administration. 

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A BIM Model shows how this automotive addition relates to the original building.

Meetings, Meetings, Meetings. Yes, they are necessary!

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A Free Hand Schematic Design for a summer cottage

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A Hard Line schematic showing furniture for reference. 

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Meetings, Meetings, Meetings. Yes, they are necessary!

A Residential Addition to an estate under construction.