Offering a Full Range of Architectural and Design Services

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Dr. Spex Vision Care

Dr. Spex Vision Care

SONDER Coffee

SONDER Coffee

Jelly Café

Jelly Café

Code Analysis

Jigsaw design believes that research on code requirements early in the design phase is essential. This could expose issues such as fire separation requirements or the need to add a sprinkler system to a building. Code analysis also includes items such as maximum building height and area, maximum travel distance to an exit, number of exits required, occupant load, quantity of plumbing fixture required and handicap accessibility.

As-built Documentation

We will visit the site and take measurements of existing conditions such as wall and door layout, ceiling and lighting types and locations, electrical outlets, structural components, roof types and slope. If needed we will take note of site features such as parking spaces, curbs, sidewalks, etc.

Schematic Design

This is where we take the Client’s initial ideas/sketches to the next level. An initial code study is completed and a floor plan is drawn in CAD (computer aided design). Test fits are completed until a plan is agreed upon. Exterior elevations (when needed) are also implemented for review and comment. Meetings are held with the Client to review the plan layout, exterior elevations and details of the project as needed.

Design Development

Drawings are further developed and sent off to the engineering team. Depending on the scope of work the engineers could include Mechanical/Plumbing, Electrical, Structural, Civil and Geotechnical.

Construction Documentation

At this phase more details are put into the drawing set. These could include finish plan and schedule, reflected ceiling plan with lighting schedule, exterior elevations with dimensions and notes, building sections, wall sections and details, interior elevations, enlarged plans, stair and handrail details, millwork elevations and details and window, door and hardware schedules.

Interior Design

Selection of finishes such as paint, carpet, laminates, solid surfaces, light fixtures, floor or wall tile, etc.

3D Renderings

Having access to realistic or schematic renderings is a great tool for a client. It helps to better visualize materials, colors and projection of elements. It also serves as a great fundraising tool when needed for non-profit companies.

Our partnership with jigsaw has been mutually beneficial and we have referred them to several clients over the years who have been equally satisfied.”
— Bruce Ver Steeg, Omni Building Corporation
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