Rectory / Wheeling, WV
Basic interior services begin with a strategy
session designed to determine the owner’s
project requirements, timetable and budget.
The interviews will include analyzing space requirements, operating procedures, communication relationships and future needs. Inventory of existing conditions are used to develop accurate drawings and plans.
Application of current ADA and building codes will be applied to the developed plans for way finding (signage, directories, fire escape plan), furnishings and finishes. Attention to budget and maintenance is given in relationship to owner needs.
Construction documents required to detail the project include schedules, elevations, plans, presentation boards and specifications.
To maintain coordination, the follow up contract administration consists of submittal review, post construction evaluation and coordination of FF&E contracts when applicable.
Deb Blakeman, NCIDQ #015070, is knowledgeable and has experience with application of ADA regulations, ergonomic standards, state building code and industrial standards as they apply to interior furnishings, space planning and finishes. Improving comfort through lighting and ergonomically sound furnishings will increase employee performance. Efficient spaces aid in organization, and work flow, by decreasing communication barriers.
Please contact Deb Blakeman, for more information.