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What can we build here?
Is it possible to do what we are thinking?
What are the risks?
- What type of project?
- What is the location?
- What are the project goals?
- What is the target date of project completion?
DE LA GARZA ARCHITECTURE, LLC approaches each project from a client centered basis with the clients program as the foundation of the project development. A needs assessment is the process for determining the needs of the clients which include project goals, priorities, intended use, number of accommodations for areas and people as well as the functionality of the space.
This assessment will help identify what the driving goals, needs and wants of the client are and will define what services would best accommodate the potential project. Our approach to project development will ensure the client’s needs have been central to the project development and outcome.
- Will the idea work?
- Should you proceed with it?
- What are the important issues, considerations, and challenges of the project?
Often, the goals of our clients are defined but the undertaking itself is not. A Feasibility Study allows an investigation at many levels to determine what might be possible and test that against the benefits.
These projects require design vision, project management and experience with codes, engineering and construction. DLGA will develop architectural plans and use 3D modeling, scheduling and graphic software to clarify and organize the project goals while leading a team of expert consultants. Our studies provide the client with both the architectural vision of what could be and a clear framework of how to achieve it.Watch a Video of a Feasibility Study
- What are the limiting factors?
- What is permitted by zoning codes?
- What location is most accommodating and cost effective?
- Does the location fit with the demographics of the services provided or target customers?
- Will the tenant and all their needs fit within the space given?
- Will it accommodate all of their specific needs, like number of rooms, commons areas or space adjacencies?
- Will the layouts and space of the areas be sufficient to be functionally effective?