The design & approval process can often be overwhelming, especially if this is your first time. Below outlines the 10 main steps involved with a typical project.
Scope & Quote
Designer will meet you at your property for an initial design meeting
Land survey will be carried out to determine your site boundaries, contours, underground services and the location of existing structures
The preliminary design will be finalized
Architectural drawings will be produced for council approval (if required). Typically if your design meets council regulations you can bypass this stage and go straight to a building certifier for building approval
Once approved, architectural drawings will require further details to be submitted to a building certifier for building approval
Certifier will also require structural engineering drawings and an energy/basix report
Once approved, drawings get tendered out to builders for a quote, and construction begins
Superdraft will assign you a dedicated Support Team to hold your hand and guide you through the entire process, so if this is your first time, we will be here to help make the process as easy as possible for you.