Dwight Patterson Architects

Avoid the #1 Project Problem

On a daily basis, we see people moving projects into the design phase before the research has been completed. This is like a doctor starting surgery without a diagnosis, or– for a metaphor that’s closer to home– like trying to build a house on an unstable foundation.

Our complimentary Ultimate Planning Guide will allow you to reduce the risk of your project going over time and over budget, and will improve your project’s design in the process.

Here is what our Project Planning Pack includes:

  • A Project Roadmap that shows you the design and construction process from start to finish.

  • Our hand-picked List of Experts who can help you at each stage of the process.

  • A simple Project Cost Estimator that will give you a ballpark estimate of your renovation project.

  • A list of Frequently-Asked Questions about working with an architect.

  • Information about some hidden things your architect can do to guide your project to completion.

  • A Seven Question Form that will help you create a design brief to share with your shortlisted architects.

  • A Readiness Worksheet to gauge how ready you are to move to the design phase of your project.

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    Establish Needs and Options Early

    After making the decision to move ahead with your building project, there can still be some confusion about the best route to take to make it a reality. For this reason, we offer a low-commitment consultation called a Needs and Options Review. Think of it as a road map.

    We will discuss your objectives and visit the site. We will define your project’s parameters, assess the options, and outline potential solutions. We will incorporate this information into a document that can be used by our firm or any other architect to move forward with your project. Much as a doctor conducts a thorough exam in order to properly diagnose the patient and prescribe the right medication, we believe that properly reviewing the Needs and Options of your project will ultimately produce a better result for you, creating the proper foundation for your project and saving you money in the long run.

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