Review of Owner’s project objectives
Review of project site and location
Review of initial choices of major systems
Project feasibility report


Schematic Design

Language and preliminary development of design concept(s)
Location and placement of building on site
General size and location of program determined
Visualization of design(s)
Preliminary pricing

Design Development

Incorporation of requested Owner changes
Design drawings of chosen design
Materials and qualities of construction determined
Major systems selected and incorporated into design
Price estimation



Early Design Guidance
Design Review


Master Use Permit


Historic Preservation


Construction Documentation

Construction drawings and specifications of design and chosen materials
Coordination of design with other disciplines (Structural/MEP/Civil)
Integration of construction standards and code compliance
Permit submittal and other jurisdictional requirements
Final price estimation


Bid Procurement

Preparation of bid documentation
Assistance in seeking qualified general contractors
Issuing bids
Responding to requests for information and substitution
Receiving bids
Reviewing bid submissions

Construction Administration

Quality assurance of design during construction
Field ongoing construction queries
Mediate between the Contractor and Owner
On-site visits
Project controls and monitoring
Defects coordination
As-built review and sign-off
Closeout reporting

Full Scope

Risk and value management
Project management
Tenancy coordination
Consultant coordination
Contract preparation
Scheduling and coordination of project delivery milestones

John Court is registered as an AIA, RIBA, and LEED AP BD+C professional. He holds a license in New York State and Washington State. Further credentials / license reciprocities may be sought on an as-needed basis.