EXPERIENCE SERVICES ABOUT CONTACT
 Serving clients
with planning and design
for construction and renovations
of commercial and residential projects
from the Triangle region of North Carolina.

Services are broadly available, tailored to the individual project. Traditional and advanced architectural services can be organized into three general phases:

Planning:  site selection; survey; analysis; architectural field survey; base CAD and 3D model information; feasibility testing; vision concept

Design:  developing multiple design concepts; 3D modeling; typical construction and wall section; material selections; engineering strategies, services, and system sizing; design coordination

Documentation:  detailed plans, elevations, interior elevations, casework drawings; large scale details of assemblies and conditions; engineering, interior design, specialties, and coordination; specifications for components and materials; construction contract and general conditions; drawings suitable for permit

For unsure or complex situations, a Jump Start can quickly test feasibility prior to beginning design.

Typical SteveHallArchitecture projects include commercial buildings, up-fits, additions, renovations, re-configurations, and special residential projects. See a small sample of experience that maps projects and on-going work in Apex, Cary, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, Morrisville, Durham, Raleigh, and Zebulon, to beyond the Triangle in Butner, Sanford, Fayetteville, Greenville, and Charlotte, from Bath to Black Mountain.



Designs are created with an array of experienced consultants, as appropriate, for interior design, site planning, engineering for structural, fire protection, plumbing, mechanical, and electrical systems, and other specialties as required. The process is a partnership with clients, owners, tenants, engineers, designers, consultants, contractors, and jurisdiction officials from initial conception to the completion of construction.

For residential projects, refer to the special residential process brief. Working with an architect has more on engaging services, fees, and general licensure requirements for architects and contractors.