Services

We are a Multi-disciplinary Consultancy Firm

Architecture

Architecture is the art and science of designing buildings and other physical structures. A wider definition often includes the design of the total built environment from the macro level of town planning, urban design, and landscape architecture to the micro level of construction details and, sometimes, furniture. Orvall Corporate Designs is skilled in the field of Architectural Designs.

3D Scanning and Modeling

3D laser scanners create “point clouds” of data from the surface of an object. In other words, 3D laser scanning is a way to capture a physical object’s exact size and shape into the computer world as a digital 3-dimensional representation. We scan existing buildings, utility mapping and Aerial survey. Our 3D Scanning, processing, modeling and re buildings assets to BIM Level of Development (LOD) 400 – 500 includes virous of structural buildings, which consists of any building structure in existence. We use Oracle Process Cloud and Content integrating Revit modeling , AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, ArcGIS and many more. Then data is being analyzed using Oracle Big Data, Pandas, Document management systems, Process automation On-site GIS data collection for the verification of buildings and assets.

Interior Design

Interior design is the art and science of enhancing the interior of a building to achieve a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing environment for the people using the space. An interior designer is someone who plans, researches, coordinates, and manages such enhancement projects.

Engineering

Engineering is a scientific field and job that involves taking our scientific understanding of the natural world and using it to invent, design, and build things to solve problems and achieve practical goals. This can include the development of roads, bridges, cars, planes, machines, tools, processes, and computers.

Project management

Project management is the way a person organizes and manages resources that are necessary to complete a project. People that manage projects are known as Project Managers. A project is a piece of work which is not a process or an operation. It has a start, an end, and goals.

STAGE 1: INCEPTION

  • Assist in developing a clear project brief.
  • Advise on the procurement policy for the project.
  • Advise on rights, constraints, consents and approvals.
  • Advise on the other consultants and services required.
  • Assist in defining the consultant’s scope of work and services.
  • Determine availability of data, drawings and plans relating to the project.
  • Provide necessary information within the agreed scope of project to the other consultants.
  • Assist in developing a project programme.

STAGE 2: CONCEPT AND VIABILITY

  • Agree on the documentation programme.
  • Prepare concept design based on the client’s brief.
  • Consult with the other consultants and incorporate their input.
  • Discuss design concept with local authorities.
  • Clarify and confirm the project space norms to optimise functional and operational efficiency in terms of scale and relationships of area.
  • Co-ordinate design and cost interfaces with the other consultants.
  • Select general construction materials and intended finishes.
  • Prepare and submit the site development plan to the local authority for approval where applicable.
  • Liaise, co-operate and provide necessary information to the client and other consultants.
  • Review anticipated costs of the project.
  • Review project programme.

STAGE 3: DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

  • Review the documentation programme with the other consultants.
  • Incorporate the client’s detailed requirements into building design.
  • Incorporate and co-ordinate the other consultants’ designs into building design.
  • Liaise, co-operate and provide necessary information to the client, and other consultants.
  • Obtain detailed project-specific requirements of the local authority in order to ensure understanding thereof.
  • Prepare design development drawings (including draft technical details) and outline specifications.
  • Provide sufficient drawings and information to the quantity surveyor for the completion of detailed estimates of construction cost where applicable.
  • Review the design, costing and programme with the other consultants.
  • Confirm the scope and complexity.
  • Review the design and consult with local and statutory authorities.
  • Develop the design, construction system, materials and components.
  • Incorporate all services and the work of consultants.

STAGE 4: DOCUMENTATION AND PROCUREMENT

  • Obtain client’s authority to prepare and submit drawings to local authority for approval.
  • Prepare specifications for the works and agree preambles with the quantity surveyor when applicable.
  • Co-ordinate services and prepare necessary services co-ordination drawings.
  • Review cost estimate with the quantity surveyor.
  • Provide working drawings.
  • Liaise, co-operate and provide necessary information to the other consultants.
  • Complete construction documentation and proceed to call for tenders.
  • Obtain the client’s authority to prepare documents to procure offers for the execution of the works.
  • Obtain offers for the execution of the works.
  • Evaluate offers and recommend on the award of the building contract.
  • Prepare the contract documentation (and arrange the signing of the building contract).

STAGE 5: CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION

  • Contract administration.
  • Hand over the site to the contractor.
  • Issue construction documentation.
  • Initiate and/or check sub-contract design and documentation as appropriate.
  • Inspect the works for conformity to the contract documentation.
  • Administer and perform the duties and obligations assigned to the principal agent.
  • Receive, comment and approve interim payment valuations.
  • Witness and review all tests and mock-ups carried out both on and off site.
  • Check and approve sub-contract shop drawings for design intent.
  • Update and issue the drawings register.
  • Issue contract instructions.
  • Review and comment on operations and maintenance manuals, guarantees, certificates and warranties.
  • Inspect the works and issue practical completion and defects lists.
  • Assist in obtaining statutory certificates.

STAGE 6: CLOSE OUT

  • Inspect and verify rectification of defects.
  • Receive, comment and approve relevant payment valuations and completion certificates.
  • Prepare and procure operations and maintenance manuals, guarantees and warranties.
  • Prepare and procure as-built drawings and documentation.
  • Issue the works completion certificate.
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