d2 Process

Initial Contact

All you need to do is either use the ‘contact us ‘ form or call us!
We will come to you to discuss the scope of work. We will be looking at your site and making some preliminary assumptions. In this first meeting, we’ll be asking you a lot of questions and doing a lot of listening.

Project Approach

We approach your project in 5 phases:

  • Phase 1: Initial Meeting
  • Phase 2: Design Meetings
  • Phase 3: Design Finalisation
  • Phase 4: Construction
  • Phase 5: Handover

Phase 1 Initial Meeting

In this initial meeting, d2 will ask general questions about the project and discuss the services and options we could offer to best fit your needs and budget.
To really help this meeting, consider bringing along any images you have that convey the look and feel you have in mind. It would also be very helpful if you have a good sense of your budget for the project. We don’t want to either over design or leave possibilities out, so establishing the parameters in the very beginning is a great start.

Phase 2 Design Meetings

We meet with you and an architect/designer to flesh out your ideas, from which conceptual designs are produced. If you already have architectural drawings, we can use these to produce estimates of your project.

Phase 3 Design Finalisation

At this point, the construction details of your project are worked out, and choices are made in the materials, fixtures, flooring and finishes. The design is developed to create plans for obtaining building approvals and for construction purposes, and a construction program is laid out at this time.

Phase 4 Construction

Once construction drawings are ready, we obtain the necessary approvals and resources necessary to begin. Part of the construction schedule includes regular client meetings to keep you informed on the progress of the project and address any issues.

Phase 5 Handover

This is the final stage where we walk-through your project together, in an effort to ensure that you are completely satisfied.

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