Working with an Architect

Each OL+ project is unique and a reflection of the client we are working with.

However, the general process for each project is similar and based on years of successful collaboration.
Here’s what you can expect when working with us.

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1. WE’LL LISTEN CAREFULLY TO UNDERSTAND YOUR NEEDS

. Program: We will ask you the right questions to determine the size, number, and character of what you are looking for.

. Site: We will walk with you so that we see the site through your eyes and so we understand your vision

. Schematic Design: We will turn your words into preliminary sketches that represent the intent of the design.
. We will share this with you and discuss the ideas. This may take several iterations until we get it just right

 

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2. WE’LL USE OUR EXPERTISE TO CREATE A BEAUTIFUL, WELL-DESIGNED PROJECT FOR YOU

. Drawings: We will create drawings to represent to project so that a contractor can price it and build it.
. This includes the development of details that will give your project a unique character. We will design you a home that will last for generations.


. Finding a Builder: We will work with you to find a contractor that fits both you and your project.
. We understand that building a house is a big deal for our clients, we want you to work with someone you trust. 


. Minding the Budget: We also understand the value of your investment.
. Working as a team; client, builder & architect, we manage the process to meet your budget and goals.

 

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3. WE’RE THERE TO ANSWER ALL YOUR QUESTIONS ALONG THE WAY

. Making it a Reality: We will be there to help guide you through the whole process, from design through construction and to the final occupancy permit.
. Our role in the project does not end until you are satisfied with the result.

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We love what we do
We want our clients to enjoy the process as much as we do!

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LET US HELP YOU NAVIGATE THE PROCESS

Speak with one of our architects for more detailed information
(978) 526-4386 for an appointment

 

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