ARCHITECTURE SERVICES

ARCHitecture trio, inc. has the experience & knowledge to undertake a variety of small to medium size architectural projects. We can assist the client to rehabilitate a historic structure, build a new residence or commercial building or design an addition for an existing structure. Partnering with qualified consultants, ARCHtrio has the flexibility to provide a professional level of service that will exceed the client's expectations.

 

Whatever the scope or project type, ARCHtrio's attention to detail will ensure the project is completed successfully. ARCHtrio can provide a full range of architectural services including Programming, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documents, Bidding Assistance & Construction Administration. ARCHtrio will provide some or all of these services depending on owner involvement. In addition to architecture services, ARCHtrio can also assist the client in navigating the permitting & zoning approval process.

 

■  Building Feasibility Studies

■  Green Development Plans

■  Architecture Projects

 

 

 

 

 

PRESERVATION SERVICES

ARCHitecture trio, inc. has the skills and resources to work with historic properties & develop appropriate design solutions that meet the client's needs while simultaneously respecting the historic integrity of the building. Teaming with appropriate consultants, ARCHtrio can research and produce the documentation for the various applications & approvals to rehabilitate historic buildings. ARCHtrio is capable of providing assistance to ensure pertinent local &/or national standards as well as codes are properly addressed. In addition to Design & Construction Administration services, ARCHtrio staff can also assist with the following preservation services:

■  Adaptive Use

■  Building Feasibility Study

■  Revitalization Plans

■  Building Material Analysis

■  Capital Needs Assessment

■  Rehabilitation Tax Credit Applications

■  Historic Structure Reports

■  Local Review Boards

■  Measured Drawings

■  National Register of Historic Places Nominations

■  Section 106 Review