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An Interior Designer's Scope of Work

Interior designers are skilled at providing a full scope of services which may vary with each project but generally include:



Analyzing the client's needs and goals.



Integrating findings with knowledge of interior design, economic trends as well as legal and regulatory requirements.



Formulating design concepts that are functional, fiscally appropriate and aesthetically pleasing.



Overseeing the interior design process including project budgeting and schedules.



Preparing working drawings and specifications for interior construction, space planning, materials, finishes, furnishings, fixtures and equipment.



Collaborating with other practitioners who offer professional services in the technical areas of mechanical, electrical and structural design, as required for regulatory approvals (building permits).



Reviewing and evaluating construction during implementation and coordinating the completion of the project with a consultant team.

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Interface Mohawk Group Cosentino Hunter Doulgas Krug Shaw Contract
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