ARCHITECTURE & INTERIOR DESIGN
“The practice of architecture consists of the provision of professional services in connection with town planning as well as the design, construction, enlargement, conservation, restoration, or alteration of a building or group of buildings. These professional services include, but are not limited to: [i]
- Planning and land-use planning;
- Urban design;
- Provision of preliminary studies, designs, models, drawings, specifications, and technical documentation;
- Coordination of technical documentation prepared by others (consulting engineers, urban planners, landscape architects, and other specialist consultants) as appropriate and without limitation;
- Construction economics;
- Contract administration;
- Monitoring of construction (referred to as supervision in some countries);
- Project management.” [ii]
“Interior design is about more than just aesthetics. It’s about finding creative design solutions for interior environments while supporting the health, safety and well being of occupants and enhancing their quality of life.
Following a systematic and coordinated methodology including research, analysis and integration of knowledge into the creative process, interior design is a multi-facetted profession whereby the needs and resources of the client are satisfied to create an interior space that fulfils the project goals.” [iii]
PMC Specialist Recruitment Solutions works with organizations that are involved in numerous types of project portfolios and include:
- New Construction
Our team works with those that are involved in the design process and include:
- Project Managers
- Project Architects
- CAD/Revit Specialists
- Contract/Construction Administrators
- Interior Designers
[i] From the UIA Accord on Recommended International Standards of Professionalism in Architectural Practice
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