How AG Builds Consensus
May 2, 2012, In News, Recent Posts, by Gene GuszkowskiClick to Print
The initial exploration of a solution should include a wide range of ideas but eventually the need to narrow down the options becomes imperative. Consensus is typically built around factors including:
1. Striking the best placement of the structure on the site relative to topography, infrastructure, views, solar orientation, expansion possibilities and vehicular traffic
2. Creating appropriate functional relationships in the building
3. Balancing drama with efficiency in terms of space planning
4. Creating exterior design concepts that are contextual, appropriate, and affordable
5. Choosing building, structural, and mechanical systems and construction technologies that are appropriate to the allowable budget
6. Respecting the intent of the client’s vision
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