| Architectural Design
Construction Documents preparation of necessary bid documents
sent to construction firms.
“Green” Renovation of Existing Buildings
High-performance Sustainable Design
Building Performance Analysis
USGBC LEED Certification
Construction Observation of the contractor and subcontractors
during the construction phase, and sign off on construction drawings
to assure that scheduled payments are made, with appropriate holdbacks,
when predetermined work has been completed.
American Disability Act Renovations
Historic Buildings Investment Tax Credit Applications for
developers, owners and other architects to earn credits of 10 to
20 percent on the cost of rehabilitating buildings for residential,
commercial or industrial purposes.
National Register of Historic Places Applications preparation
by researching individual buildings, or districts, writing architectural
descriptions and statement of significance and photographing the
buildings and presenting the nomination to the State Board to Review.
Registered Texas Historic Landmark application preparation.
RTHL is similar to the National Register of Historic places, but
is subject to the Texas Historical Commission authority and owners
are not required to have their buildings open to the public for
Certificates of Appropriateness forms for city and state
historic review boards.
Help with selection of construction firms that should be
given an opportunity to bid on the project based on their reputation
for quality, their experience (previous medical projects are given
specific attention), their reputation for on-time and on-budget
performance, and their financial credibility.