Form and function are one - down to the smallest detail.
From project inception to delivery and beyond, SVPA pays meticulous attention to every detail. That is how we have earned a reputation for delivering on our promises. Large or small, each design project results from extensive discussions with the project owner and users, careful analysis of the site and its environment, and building consensus among all project partners.
We have the experience to help you make well-informed building decisions.
The decision of whether or not to build is often difficult. To help educational institutions, cities, churches, commercial enterprises and other organizations make well-informed decisions, SVPA conducts feasibility studies to define the scope of the potential project and whether it is financially viable. This encompasses:
- Becoming familiar with existing facilities through on-site observation and reviewing available blueprints, photographing facilities, and assessing any deficiencies in fire code and handicap accessibility.
- Meeting with project owners/administrators and facilities users to understand needs.
- Providing a detailed analysis of space needs and alternatives for accommodating those needs.
- Developing a plan with initial cost projections, which can be used as a basis for decision making.