Residential New Homes
Residential Additions and Alterations
Remedial Works (Reclads)
Mixed Use Developments
Light Commercial - Aged Care Facilities, Retail & Office Fitouts
Resource Consent Applications
No matter what your project, we are dedicated to achieving the best results. Our process is tailored to meet your needs, and we will communicate clearly with you every step of the way to ensure you are fully informed and involved.
Initial Client Meeting
Our initial meeting is the first step in your project. Visit our offices to meet our experienced team, and talk through your project in detail so we can fully understand what you wish to achieve. We will gather as much information as we can at this stage about your design tastes and lifestyle, and discuss your vision so we can establish a robust brief to grow the design from.
Working from the detailed brief we have established, we will produce a site plan, floor plan, elevations and 3D render to bring your design to life.
Resource Consent (if required)
Our experienced team will collect the information needed for any resource consent applications, collate it, and start the application process if your project requires it. We have an extensive network of consulting planners and engineers for the more comprehensive developments.
After discussing the preliminary designs, we will further develop your project design to incorporate changes, additions or address specific issues to ensure it meets your needs.
Once you approve the design, our team will draw up construction documentation, produce specifications, and collate all required information, which will allow the building consent to be granted, and to obtain accurate pricing for the construction of your residential, multi-unit or commercial project.
Byrne & Enright Architecture will ensure that the construction is carried out in accordance with the construction documentation and specifications during the various building stages of your project.
Our fee structures change depending on the type of project we are undertaking for you. We are happy to explain the options to you at our initial client meeting, and will provide a detailed quote after the scope of the project is established to ensure you understand the costs involved and to avoid any unexpected charges throughout the process.
A lump sum fee involves a final sum calculated on an hourly rate basis, and is usually applied to projects that are smaller in scope or are relatively uncomplicated as the costs can be forecast more easily.
When it is harder to predict how much time will be needed on a project, or before the full scope of the project is established, Byrne & Enright Architecture will charge for their services by the hour.
If your project is more complex or involves a lot of unknown factors (such as lengthy documentation processes etc), the fee may be determined by deciding on a percentage of the total building cost to be paid.