Construction Process Phases

Find out here what the phases of your design and construction process are and what you want to achieve at each moment.


Phase 1 - Preliminary Program

The preliminary program is a summary of the main objectives proposed by the client, discriminating the general characteristics intended for the work, each of the spaces to be designed, their interrelationships and how they work.

Phase 2 - Preliminary Study

The previous study comprises the second phase of the process, which aims to arrive at formal solutions that fit the proposed objectives. In this phase we seek to integrate the functional specificities of the program and the requirements of the different systems that it incorporates in the architectural design of the building.


Phase 3 - Licensing Projects

The licensing projects (architecture + engineering) will have a higher degree of development than in the previous study, already incorporating constructive solutions (structural and infrastructural). This phase prepares all written and designed parts for licensing at the licensing entity.

Phase 4 - Execution Project

The Execution Project is the fourth phase in project development, and aims to develop licensing projects with the rigor required for construction. The completion of this stage is achieved with the elaboration of the written and drawn pieces necessary for the beginning of the construction work.


Phase 5 - Budget

Execution design elements allow the client to accurately budget the building, safeguarding the planned investment for the building.

Phase 6 - Construction

The last stage of the process is construction, during which NUTT monitors the work and is always available to answer any questions that may arise during the construction period.


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