Drafting and Designing with maximum attention to details and minimum time consumption.
Three years of experience in provision and preparation of all Architectural 2D and 3D drawings via AutoCAD, Revit Architecture, 3Ds Max and other professional engineering software for the different construction / infrastructure projects.
Currently, I am working as an Architect and my job description based on HOAI (https://www.hoai.de) standards will be as following:
Leistungsphase 1: Grundlagenermittlung mit Prüfung des Kostenrahmens vom Bauherren.
In this Phase the budget of the project will be evaluated and the project will be grossly estimated and this estimation should not exceed 20% of the budget.
Leistungsphase 2: Vorplanung mit Kostenschätzung.
In this Phase the preliminary planning with a cost estimated will be done. The main things is ideas and visuallisation of the idea in the form of sketches, draft drawings, simple floor plans for the company and explaination of the planing to the client.
Leistungsphase 3: Entwurfsplanung inklusive Kostenberechnung.
In this Phase, we work more on the precise and accurate cost of the project, , and also, in the project every details will be discussed, for instance, how the interior would be, which elements should be used…The scale of the project will be 1:200 or 1:100.
Leistungsphase 4: Genehmigungsplanung.
This is an important Phase for Approval of the project. So in this Phase my responsibility is to provide enough information, if needed working on more details, fill out some administrative forms, getting the drawings from surveyors,structural engineers and contact the respective authorities.
Leistungsphase 5: Ausführungsplanung
In This Phase the load of the work will be less, but for contractors and subcontractors will be enough design drawing/details provided. So in this Phase my responsibility is to check every drawing and if anything is missing or is questionable or is bizarre need to be verified and redefined by me. The scale which will be used in this phase is 1:100, 1:50, 1:20, 1:10 and 1:1.
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