Over 35 years in the Architectural Services Industry
Your first initial meeting with us is free.
This is your opportunity to discuss, in complete privacy, your project, your goals.
Full disclosure Fee Proposals, no hidden costs.
We work with you to find cost effective solutions, resulting in wisely spent funds.
All of our work is set to the strictest confidentiality.
We will work with a wide range of Industry professionals.
Companies that need paper to CADD conversion
List of Services
Various media to CADD or updating old drawings.
Assessment review and written report.
Zoning analysis and bylaw assistance written report.
Site Plan Approval work.
Planning pre-consultation meeting with regulatory agencies.
3D colored rendering.
Project Management with all consulting disciplines, regulatory agencies and vendors.
Building permit documents.
Electrical design, via a professional electrical engineer/consultant.
Site review written reports (all disciplines).
As-built construction drawings.
An inquiry is made by a potential Client.
An initial communication interaction with the potential Client is completed.
An initial face-to-face meeting takes place to further discuss the project and its parameters, and to gather data towards the Fee Proposal.
Specific project documentation is received from the potential Client.
A full disclosure Fee Proposal is submitted in writing to the potential Client.
The potential Client reviews the Fee Proposal’s content, possible discussions take place if questions arise.
The Client signs the contract and submits it to SDS.
The Client provides a monetary down payment.
The work by SDS begins.
Client sub-meetings take place throughout various stages of SDS’s work to ensure all portions of the work is included in the document package.
Some of the sub-meetings can include other consultants or vendors.
A final set of drawings is provided to the Client for review.
A final meeting takes place with the Client and all Consultants, to ensure all work is to the satisfaction of the Client and their needs.
An application process is completed with all regulatory agencies having jurisdiction over the work.
Potential more work can result, via received comments, or an approval is received to either construction or a next phase of the work.