How It Works
01Architectural designs are the life and soul of site. Professionals at SHATHAYU make use of best practises to plan and conceptualise the diverse themes and designs that can transform the site as per the need and dream of the clients.
02Discussion always brings more Idea, visualisation, Improvement and refinement. The process is goes on until it zeros on the final concept. Each of our concepts is designed for one purpose, and aims to be best-in-class for that purpose.
03The finalized dream is converted into graphics for visualization. The purpose of the Finalize Phase is to complete any needed changes and to have you give final approval that all of the design specifications have been incorporated in the design.
04Material selection is the act of choosing the material best suited to achieve the requirements of a given design. Many different factors go into determining the selection requirements, such as mechanical properties, chemical properties, physical properties, electrical properties and cost.
Cost & Budgeting
05Cost budgeting is a tool to estimate the costs or necessary efforts for projects, work packages or activities in project management. Cost budgeting includes the estimation of costs, setting a fixed budget, and managing and controlling the actual costs (compared to the estimated ones).
06A timeline is a chronological order of events. In most cases, it is a line with dates, events or actions. It is very important for project managers to develop skills to build an accurate timeline. SHATHAYU uses CMP or PERT to sequence the tasks and events that are essential in executing the design project.
07The ability to do a good design alone will not make one a good or successful designer. One has to be a good manager and most importantly, be a sensitive person. Thus a well organised individual task supervision clubbed with an overall project management procedure part of our contract.
08Every project needs to end and that’s what project completion is all about in the last phase of the project life cycle. The whole point of the project is to deliver what we promised. During the final closure, or completion phase, the emphasis is on releasing the final deliverable to the customer, terminating supplier contracts, releasing project resources, and communicating the closure of the project to owners.