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Icon Developments Ltd
Woodwinds
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How many projects do you have going at one time? Generally, the more employees a company has, the more projects it will be able to run concurrently. Asking this question will open up a conversation about the number of employees the company has and how multiple ongoing projects are handled. A follow-up question
manage your project be managing other projects at the same time? 9. What can I expect at the end of the project in the way of paperwork and lien releases? The final paperwork generally does include lien releases, final permit sign-offs and some information about warranties. It can also have as-built drawings
on the project. Ask about this in advance so you know what you will receive and if you'll need to track something down or document something yourself. 10. Do you have any concerns about what we have planned, or think something might be a problem once we get started? This question will give you immediate
“vanity with wood rack underneath” — javade7
Annabelle Herrera Interiors
San Francisco Edwardian Home
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building project, and sometimes things don't go our way. A good builder will not burden you with the knowledge that he is losing money on your project if isn't your fault — or if it is your fault but he doesn't think you can help it. If we bid the project wrong or make costly mistakes, we will continue
complete the project properly. We're a patient lot. If you think we're frustrated, well, we might be. But there's always the next project, and doing a good job on yours might be what lands us that project. 5. We like you; we just have a lot on our minds. We wouldn't be working for you if we didn't like you
of your project. If we stop chatting so we we can get back to work, don't let it hurt your feelings; we just want to get the job done so you'll like us at the end of the project, too.
“Lighting and table” — Nils Peterson
Coates Design Architects Seattle
20 Reviews
Ellis Residence - exterior
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keep your project running smoothly, and they can coordinate the work of your entire design and construction team.“Architects can have a role in all aspects of the project, from site selection and feasibility studies through construction observation and project closeout procedures,” says Coates. “Homeowners
oversee your project from beginning to end. If you have a major home project to tackle, whether it’s a large-scale renovation or building your dream home from scratch, you may be wondering where to begin. Well, wonder no more — the first call to make should be to an architect. These pros have the skills and
discuss your project. Inside Houzz: How to contact an architect and get your project going
“Great top entertaining area” — tashtara
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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Brad Ford ID
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for your project. One of the first things an interior decorator does is define the parameters of the project. When doing your own decorating, it's easy to justify skipping this step — but nailing down your goals now is essential to a successful project.Answer these questions before you begin:Which room
have this project completed? What's my timeline?What is my budget?How do I want this room to look, feel and function when the project is done?Are there any specific issues I want to address in this space?Who will be making the decorating decisions: just me, or will I be collaborating with a partner or housemate
living room project to accessorize your kitchen!Browse more than 2 million photos for inspiration
“Lovely lounge” — Melissa Pexton
Keuka Studios, Inc
4 Reviews
Wood and Glass House
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for your project, so long as you find a reputable person to work with. Architects are generally more expensive to hire but bring to a project a broader set of skills and talent that can result in both an exceptional project and an exceptional experience. This results from the additional work an architect
in your project, as well as the unique skills and knowledge related to current technology, materials and construction processes. That said, not every project requires an architect, and not every design-builder can deliver on your vision. The rule of thumb is that the more unique and challenging the project
“archi” — ONE DESIGN HAUS
Swatt | Miers Architects
5 Reviews
Sunol Modern Residence
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starting the project so they could gather more resources before proceeding. In the discussion we realized that it wouldn’t be possible to “de-scope” or redesign the project to fit their needs, so the best course of action was to delay. Was this difficult for all involved? Absolutely, but we felt strongly that
half-completed project in the middle of winter wondering where all your hard-earned money has gone.More:What to Consider Before Starting ConstructionConstruction Timelines: What to Know Before You Build7 Ways to Plan Early for a Smooth Construction ProjectHow to Stick to Your Remodeling GoalsGet help: Find a
of the project. For example, instead of fully constructing a basement bathroom in a new house, you might just rough in the plumbing so it could be finished at a later date. Or it could be possible to reduce the cost of fixtures and finishes such as flooring or faucets.During a recent conversation with
“Tables” — magochi55
Milieu Design
10 Reviews
Milieu Design
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part of a project by Milieu Design. USDA zones: 5 to 8 Height: 24 to 35 feet Color: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
part of a project by Milieu Design. USDA zones: 5 to 8 Height: 24 to 35 feet Color: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
part of a project by Milieu Design.USDA zones: 5 to 8Height: 24 to 35 feetColor: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sunWater requirement: Regular
“Pear Tree” — sdombr12
House & Homes Palm Springs Home Staging
1 Review
Kitty Hawk
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informationProject type, location and directionsProject brief and initial notesProject scheduleProject budgetNew client package of materials (process, fees, expectations, contract etc.)References (develop but don’t send just yet)
here in a project by House & Homes Palm Springs Home Staging, the desk is part of the Mobital Stark Collection. It features brushed stainless steel legs and a crevice for books, files or artwork.
“place for books and files off of desk surface” — Pamela Glazer Architect
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