Some of our design considerations for an INDUSTRIAL PROJECT:
to strike a well balance between a functional design and an aesthetically pleasing design.
to create space that facilitates the flow of the business operation and processes yet flexible to cater for future needs.
to consider the type of equipment to be accommodated - height of the ceiling, special structures, adequate roof truss strength, minimize the number of columns, etc.
to consider the construction efficiency and cost-effectiveness of the design and construction.
to include sustainable design attributes such as using sustainable materials, maximizing natural ventilation and sunlight, which reduces the building’s energy consumption and carbon discharge.
to ensure universal accessibility and space interconnectivity for the intended occupants, persons with disabilities and the elderly.
to design with intended occupants’ interest first, keep privacy, security and safety in check with well-planned designated entrances and exits, multiple entry barriers, fire protection system, etc.
to comply with the relevant legislative and regulatory requirements, industry standards and best practices.
to consider the projected long term maintenance requirement and cost for proposed building materials, design and technology.
to identify, eliminate, or mitigate any hazard arising from the design, construction, or regular maintenance.