A BETTER WAY TO BUILD
Construction projects involve two major parties: the architect who designs the solution; and the builder, who builds it.
Most people envisage a building project as a kind of relay race: the client hands the baton to the architect, who hands it to the builder. However, the reality is slightly different.
The relationship between architect and builder is symbiotic not sequential – builders can make a valuable contribution to design discussions preventing issues down stream. Regular dialogue between all parties – from start to finish – is essential for a smooth running project.
This is why we created Pask Architecture and Build – to offer an integrated workflow that addresses these fundamental flaws and naturally leads to better outcomes: reduced costs, time and increased quality, satisfaction, and enjoyment.
Please contact Tim Pask
to arrange a consultation.