Why KAOD Recommends Using Whole Project Design Strategy
In every opportunity where it is intrinsically feasible, KAOD believes in leading a process that addresses all recognized aspects of a client’s expectations, while identifying challenges and needs that might have otherwise been overlooked. In order to effectively accomplish this, a project must be perceived as an integral set of objectives and activities.
Benefits of the Whole Project Process
The Whole Project process draws from the knowledge pool of the stakeholders across the life cycle of the project, from defining the need for a project or action, through planning, design, construction, building occupancy, and potential operational effects.
This process can be divided into two integral components; Integrated Design Approach and Integrated Team Tactics.This is based on the design strategy of Whole Building Design as accredited to D. Fowler, FAIA.
Learn More About Integrated Design Approach
To learn more about the Whole Project process, see our next post on the benefits of using an Integrated Design Approach.