NJ Keate Home Design Inc

By: Nj Keate Home Design  09-12-2011

Even the simplest residential design project can be an involved procedure. A design project typically requires the involvement and coordination of a structural and geotechnical engineer, land surveyor, contractors and their subtrades, and the Municipal Government. My nineteen years of experience with the various phases of the building process on the North Shore will ensure that your project will progress in a smooth and orderly way.

N.J. Keate Home Design Inc. can document, supervise and coordinate every aspect of your project professionally, efficiently and successfully. Depending on your needs, we can personally supervise as much or as little of the construction process as you want. Whatever you decide, we will ensure tightly coordinated communications are maintained.

  • Service Breakdown and Design Phases


    On Site Consultation and Analysis 

    • meet with client on site
    • outline design and administration services
    • discuss scope of project and receive owner data
    • discuss budgetary and bylaw restraints

    Preliminary Design Drawings

    • prepare site data analysis
    • municipal meetings
    • prepare preliminary design drawings
    • client consultation

    Design Development Drawings

    • revise preliminary design drawings
    • prepare design development drawings
    • cost estimate
    • building code and bylaw check
    • client consultation

    Construction Documents

    • prepare construction drawings
    • prepare specifications and schedules
    • prepare electrical drawings
    • coordinate consultants and their drawings
    • client consultation
    • submit for building permit


    • organize and issue contract documents to bidding contractors
    • review bids and make recommendations
    • assist and advise in signing construction contract

    Construction Administration

    • site supervision
    • administer changes
    • liaison between client and contractor

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