Due Diligence

due diligence

The architect follow through with some due diligence and conduct a feasibility study to help determine the reality (or scope) of the project, specific to code limitations and costs associated with them. This is dotting as many “i’s” as we can and crossing the “t’s” to limit potential roadblocks later on in the architectural project. Due diligence and permitting can be one of the slowest parts of the architecture process, but it protects architects, builders, and property owners from potentially dangerous and expensive construction mistakes.