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Architectural Programming is the process determining “what” should be designed. It sets the plan for the architects and engineers to follow as they complete their work. Programming is the point in the process to define expectations, establish benchmarks, explore alternatives, balance scope and budget, and to uncover all the functional issues that impact the project. the result of Architectural Programming is documentation that includes a comprehensive definition of the project, incorporating:

  • space and adjacency needs

  • room-by-room technical requirements

  • engineering criteria

  • site opportunities and constraints

  • collateral requirements such as sustainability targets and environmental issues

  • scheduling milestones

  • a balanced budget

  • project delivery decisions

Evidence Based Design

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Evidence Based Design (EBD) is defined as the process of basing decisions about the built environment on credible research to achieve the best possible outcomes. We have staff who are experienced and knowledgeable in the evidence-based design process, who are passionate and up-to-date on current industry 
innovations and standards. The following research methods can be utilized:

  • Observation

  • Surveys

  • Interviews

  • Focus Groups

  • Experiments

  • Behavioral Mapping/Communication Diagrams

  • Statistical Analysis

  • Mixed Methods (combination of above)

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