The architectural process is dynamic, changing with each client and project. At Meyer Architecture, we tailor our teams to your exact needs. Led by a firm principal, once a team is established, it doesn’t change.
We begin by getting to know you, your needs, preferences, ways of living and working. Following a thorough analysis of your site, relevant codes and property feasibility, costs are projected, and a work plan is developed. This becomes the template that we monitor constantly, keeping you up-to-date on budget and schedule.
You are consistently in the loop as design development continues. We submit site plans, studies and renderings for your review, working not only with computers, but also with models, hand-drawn perspectives — whichever tools work best, whether modern or traditional. We prepare and submit documents to government agencies on your behalf and supervise the work of engineers, technical consultants and specialists.
Meyer Architecture speaks the language of construction. We begin to consider the mechanics of construction during the design phase and our detailed construction drawings insure an effective building process with fewer questions and costly change orders. We assist in procuring contractors and review all construction contracts and invoicing. During construction, we oversee the progress and quality of work and report to you regularly.
Contractors recommend Meyer Architecture to their clients. And while we work closely with landscape designers, it is not unusual for our firm to design a project entirely in-house—architecture, landscapes and interiors. Coordinating all the elements of your design expedites a prompt and efficient move-in process.
We are on-site until every detail is complete, from moldings to wall finishes, lighting design to appliance installation. We feel gratified as the life of a building begins, when clients delight in their improved surroundings. Beyond our ability to meet aesthetic criteria, functional needs and budgets, the fulfillment of their dreams is why clients return repeatedly to Meyer Architecture.