Up until now, your project has been confined to extensive discussion, planning, and two and three dimensional renderings. When construction begins, your project moves from an abstraction to a physical reality.
The architect’s work does not stop with the preparation of construction documents. MD Architect also provide construction administration services. These services include making site visits, discussing selections, reviewing and approving the contractor’s applications for payment and keeping you informed of the project’s progress.
The contractor supervises and directs the construction work on the project and is responsible for construction methods, techniques, schedules, and procedures.
There are literally hundreds of decisions to be made during the construction phase, decisions which have a strong impact on how the project looks and functions over time. The architect works diligently to ease the way by helping you avoid wrong turns, but also can direct you to solutions you may have never considered.