Trailing the Process
What it takes and involves with getting a project started? It is not all steel, cement, and hard labor. There is also a lot of paperwork involved—more than you might think. While the distinctions blur at times along the way, many steps or many hurdles if you might prefer to call it, are there to cross before a project is approved which involves government permissions, design, approval, construction, and yes still more approvals.
In this process due determination is given to the factors like how high the building can go, how many units it can contain, how many yard is necessary in the front and back, how many fixtures are required per floor.
Once the parameters of the project are established through the above process, it is time to actually design the new-building the exterior and the interior. This process involves pondering on different designs for exterior and in the interiors due consideration is given to how small or big bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens, and dining rooms are allowed to be, how much natural light is required, how the ventilation system has to work, and what percentage of the front of the building has to be facade.
Complete Article and Images are available in Building Giants Feb 2013 Issue.