Building relationships early on
At iNDIGO architecture inc., each project is an original. The team is assembled early on and from the very beginning of schematic design to the completion of construction the owner’s vision receives our creativity and experience.
- We interview the stakeholders before design begins in order to fully understand the vision, the goals and the criteria for the project design. Beginning at this programming phase and ending with project closeout, great lines of communication are opened to discuss, adjust and verify that the client’s project goals are met.
- We understand there are land development codes, zoning ordinances, future land-use regulations, re-development district standards to consider even before the architectural design begins.
- We research and design with the Florida Building Codes, Americans With Disability Act, Housing and Urban Development, Fair Housing Standards, and the Florida Fire Prevention Code so that we adhere to the applicable codes and create a seamless and safe environment for work and play.
- We have vast experience handling all aspects of the governmental approval process, whether it is city, county or state, including those that involve the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida Beaches and Shores, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Florida Water Management District, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
- We establish relationships with the permitting agencies early on in the design process in order to insure our permitting success. This fosters teamwork and breeds success.