Design I

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  • Determine the client’s scope including wish list
  • Discuss Client Room Requirements and preferred layout
  • Review the client’s lookbook ,Get access Client Houzz And pinterest pages
  • Review Survey
  • Discuss Path Forward
  • Master planning
  • Layout First floor, second floor and front elevation
  • General site planning
  • Architectural design, project manager reviewing site conditions
  • Due Diligence on lot
  • Overlay approved sketch of first floor and second floor.
  • Note room sizes and square footages, review with client.
  • Develop rendering for prospective client with tones and hues that client has showed us
  • 3D Presentation
  • Pricing Presentation
  • 3D Approval

Design II

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  • Engage Structural Engineer
  • Engage Civil Engineer
  • Engage Energy Engineer
  • Engage HVAC Engineer
  • FBG to Consult with Engineers throughout Construction documents
  • While coordinating with engineers, FBG to begin construction documents
  • Architectural design staff to begin developing permit packages to expedite permit process
  • Answering questions to engineers to preserve client optimal and agreed upon floor plan and layout
  • Permit approval
  • ARC approval
x
  • Determine the client’s scope including wish list
  • Discuss Client Room Requirements and preferred layout
  • Review the client’s lookbook ,Get access Client Houzz And pinterest pages
  • Review Survey
  • Discuss Path Forward
  • Master planning
  • Layout First floor, second floor and front elevation
  • General site planning
  • Architectural design, project manager reviewing site conditions
  • Due Diligence on lot
  • Overlay approved sketch of first floor and second floor.
  • Note room sizes and square footages, review with client.
  • Develop rendering for prospective client with tones and hues that client has showed us
  • 3D Presentation
  • Pricing Presentation
  • 3D Approval
x
  • Engage Structural Engineer
  • Engage Civil Engineer
  • Engage Energy Engineer
  • Engage HVAC Engineer
  • FBG to Consult with Engineers throughout Construction documents
  • While coordinating with engineers, FBG to begin construction documents
  • Architectural design staff to begin developing permit packages to expedite permit process
  • Answering questions to engineers to preserve client optimal and agreed upon floor plan and layout
  • Permit approval
  • ARC approval

Construction

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  • When Permit Approval is in sight, FBG will schedule will schedule a pre-construction meeting with Frankel Vice President of Construction, a project manager, a FBG registered interior designer. Vice President of Construction will Review the pre-construction checklist and AV and home automation document with client, answer any questions that have no been answered to date. Discuss overall objectives and expectations for the process.
  • Confirm exterior decorative elements
  • Sit down with the client to define their personal style
  • Selection of finishes – cabinets, tile/stone, fixtures, floor and wall coverings, paint color etc.
  • Source speciality products from custom cabinetry from Mexico to a custom metal vent hood
  • Selection of furniture, window coverings, custom finishes and artwork through Ladco
  • Forms are set and confirmed
  • Foundation is made up
  • Multiple engineers have been notified to test, inspect, document and approve
  • Frankel Construction team (Brian and Project Managers) comes out and check out the form before placement

Client Transition

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  • Frankel Houses are complex, sophisticated and require a large team to transition and complete
  • In addition to your Project Manager, you will see a closing specialist and the FBG accountability manager
  • A stage is set for a successful completion
  • Closing team will walk client through the home
  • Closing team and client will point items left to complete before closing
  • Closing team will begin to orient client to their new home and discuss best practices for maintenance
  • Goal is for client sustainment in their house
  • Client to rewalk with closing team. Both Parties confirm a list (if any of outstanding items) Client confirms move in date and time.

Finish Line

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  • When Permit Approval is in sight, FBG will schedule will schedule a pre-construction meeting with Frankel Vice President of Construction, a project manager, a FBG registered interior designer. Vice President of Construction will Review the pre-construction checklist and AV and home automation document with client, answer any questions that have no been answered to date. Discuss overall objectives and expectations for the process.
  • Confirm exterior decorative elements
  • Sit down with the client to define their personal style
  • Selection of finishes – cabinets, tile/stone, fixtures, floor and wall coverings, paint color etc.
  • Source speciality products from custom cabinetry from Mexico to a custom metal vent hood
  • Selection of furniture, window coverings, custom finishes and artwork through Ladco
  • Forms are set and confirmed
  • Foundation is made up
  • Multiple engineers have been notified to test, inspect, document and approve
  • Frankel Construction team (Brian and Project Managers) comes out and check out the form before placement
x
  • Frankel Houses are complex, sophisticated and require a large team to transition and complete
  • In addition to your Project Manager, you will see a closing specialist and the FBG accountability manager
  • A stage is set for a successful completion
  • Closing team will walk client through the home
  • Closing team and client will point items left to complete before closing
  • Closing team will begin to orient client to their new home and discuss best practices for maintenance
  • Goal is for client sustainment in their house
  • Client to rewalk with closing team. Both Parties confirm a list (if any of outstanding items) Client confirms move in date and time.
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