All building projects require the services of a building designer, which is typically a licensed architect or structural engineer. The term building design refers to the broadly based architectural, engineering and technical applications to the design of buildings. Smaller projects are not required a licensed professional so the design is often undertaken by building designers, interior designers and contractors. Larger projects instead require the service of many professionals coordinated by an architect.
A Building Designer can design single family residential building and light commercial and industrial buildings without an architectural license.
Light Industrial space types are used for the assembly, disassemble, fabricating, finishing, manufacturing, packaging, and repairing or processing of materials. Light Industrial space types can include but are not limited to spaces for printing, commercial laundry, photographic film processing, vehicle repair garages, building maintenance shops, metal work, millwork, and cabinetry work.
At Kratzert, Jones & Associates we have the experience and the knowledge to prepare plans for residential, retail or industrial use that are both attractive and budget friendly. Contact us for an estimate of your building design project!