The SEED Design-Build Process
We understand the confusion that comes along with hiring contractors in the remodeling process and the headaches a lot of people experience during the design and construction phases.
From concept to reality, our design build method ensures that your concerns and construction challenges are addressed up-front for your SEED project, so that you aren’t faced with any surprises.
01. Project Intro
Your current constraints with the space
Your specific desires for improvements
Your lifestyle and design tastes
Your long term goals for the space
Where your idea starts to become a reality, the Project Intro offers us the opportunity to get to know you, understand your tastes, and learn about your goals for the project.
During the intro meeting, you will meet with a Project Coordinator and walk through the spaces you would like to improve. Our goal is to discover:
With this information, we'll put together a project scope and present you with a cost projection for your project. Together, we will sign a design agreement and get started on the Design Phase.
02. Project Design
During the Project Design Phase, our designers will put your vision on paper. We will work together with you to conceptualize the finished project.
We will then have a formal presentation where we will cover:
A clearly-defined design concept
Plans, elevations, and renderings to showcase how it will all come together
With the approval on the initial concepts, our design team will finalize all drawings and documentation needed for any city reviews and building permits.
03. Project Construction
The construction phase is where your vision and the design come together.
We will keep you up to date with weekly on-site meetings. During these meetings we will cover:
The current status of the project
Any revisions you would like to see
The overall schedule moving forward
Begin implementing any necessary changes
When construction is complete, we take extra steps to make certain every aspect of your project is perfect. We walk the project with you and complete a detailed inspection of the work to insure your total satisfaction. You will then sign the substantial completion form and begin enjoying your finished project.