Creating detailed construction documents—including Architectural, Structural, MEP, and Interior Design inputs—that are both easy for GC/subs to bid and build.
Transforming typically confusing and segmented modular project drawings and creating a unified set that is easy for GCs to understand their scope versus what is completed in the factory.
Engineering the total functionality of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and structural systems.
Ensuring compliance to codes and franchise requirements and obtaining permits and approvals from local, state, and other governing authorities.
Coordinating with the modular manufacturers to ensure that modular units meet any client and/or franchise requirements.
Designing common areas such as entryway, lobby, bar, market, restaurant, rooftop, and outdoor spaces with our team of senior architects, engineers, and interior designers.
Seamlessly integrating factory-built modules with traditional onsite construction through good design and easy to read plans.
Educating team players (GC, subs, vendors, lenders, city officials, etc.) on the challenges and nuances of modular construction so that common modular missteps are avoided.
Working closely with modular manufacturers to ensure 100% coordination between modular factory shop drawings and permitted construction drawings.
Continually training our in-house structural, mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and lighting engineers along with a staff of senior architects that all specialize in modular design and construction.