IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROJECT IN INTERIOR DESIGNING

After all the design work has been agreed and signed off by the client, implementation can begin. Once contractors have been engaged to carry out the work, the involvement of the designer could be minimal, with a number of site visits to check that work is being accomplished as intended.

The designer could, on the other hand, be involved in a very hands-on supervisory role. In some countries, depending on the depth of training that the designer has undertaken, legislation may limit their involvement with the implementation process.

The term ‘project management’ is sometimes restricted to those who have undertaken specific training in that subject, so the designer may find legal limitations on what they are able to contribute to this part of the process. Even if this is the case, it is likely that the designer ’s input will be required to resolve some of the issues that are bound to arise as the implementation progresses.

A good relationship with contractors and others involved in the project will be a great help, and this can in part be achieved by proving that you understand some of the problems that may arise during the implementation phase.

Knowledge of building practice, materials and their limitations, and local building regulations, will all give the designer credibility with those in the building trade. Neat, legible and complete drawings are vital in communicating with the construction team. As part of the development stage, you will have tried to anticipate all the drawings that will be required for the various trades involved with the project to accurately interpret your instructions.

This may well be a much greater number of drawings than was needed to communicate your design proposals to the client. Even at the implementation stage it may be necessary to create new drawings to deal with some of the unexpected and unforeseen situations that arise.

Long-term professional relationships with tradespeople are oft en forged by designers, with the same contractors being used time and time again for their projects. Th e trust that is built up in this way can be very helpful to the easy running of the project, allowing for a more efficient workflow because of the familiarity that exists with the designer ’s ways of working.

Good workmen will trust and respect the designer ’s judgement, even if this means working outside of their experience, but this trust can take time to mature. If contractors are not known to the designer, then it is especially important that the designer maintains a professional attitude at all times. All drawings must be thorough and complete.

Decisions made and changes agreed need to be fully documented and recorded, as disagreements could be costly and cause friction between the parties involved.

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