Our peer review process supports the full project team—from the contractors to the client—and provides real value by contributing the experienced and unbiased perspective of a licensed architect. The peer review process is used to validate that the building design is responding to the owner’s desired outcome.
our philosophy and methodology in which we approach design and construction.
Who we work with.
We provide numerous specialty and niche services to architects. This includes building enclosure consulting and commissioning, BIM modelling and detail development, technical peer review of drawings and specifications, construction phase quality assurance observations and reporting, and code reviews.
We offer a complete range of architecture and building enclosure services through all phases of design and construction. As the architect or building enclosure commissioning authority on your projects, we utilize an owner driven process that helps produce lower overall costs and better trained O&M staff.
We use a collaborative approach with Contractors that provides value-added service to each and every project. Our building enclosure consulting and commissioning services range from design reviews to construction observation, helping to reduce overall costs for the Contractor.
Whether we’re the architect-of-record on your project, or providing one of our consulting services, we understand the interrelationships and interdependencies of building systems. By utilizing whole building design strategies, we use a collaborative team approach to meet project goals and achieve more efficient and cost-effective buildings.
During the occupancy and operations phase, we review the close-out report with facility managers and educate personnel on how to properly maintain the building enclosure. Our services also include an ongoing BECx process which is a measurement and verification plan used throughout the life of the facility, for new or existing structures.
EPICx Studio provides energy code compliance inspections that are required to be completed by a certified third party. This often includes an energy code review of the bid documents, followed by inspections throughout construction. Reports are submitted to the AHJ showing compliance with the local or State adopted energy code.