Our firm’s approach to design revolves around the support of positive interactions between people, their community, and their environment. We search for inspirational elements that provide a basis for our designs: from broad concepts to fine grained details.
Using themes that include historic and cultural influences, neighborhood identity, or natural elements like climate and environment, we contribute to the definition and creation of community at varying levels while encouraging interaction with the projects we are asked to design.
Mogavero Architects is committed to providing exceptional service to our clients, and the communities in which we work. We believe in facilitating smart growth and the development of sustainable neighborhoods that build better communities.
We believe smart growth and the development of sustainable neighborhoods build better communities.
As part of providing exceptional service, we are determined to provide exceptional value to our clients; throughout the design process we investigate each element carefully: this investigation minimizes expensive change orders later during the course of construction. We work with contractors throughout the estimating and bidding phases, and have had many opportunities to evaluate the accuracy of estimates on numerous projects. This experience shows us how to specify and detail construction programs to minimize bidding ambiguity and thereby produce projects that meet the allocated budget.
In addition, regular team meetings are scheduled with all the consultants throughout the process for interdisciplinary coordination. Internally, the entire staff at Mogavero attends weekly office meetings to monitor all the work in the office. At this meeting project managers report on project schedules, coordinate and assign workloads, and familiarize staff with all projects; this allows the project team to easily grow during critical production points.
We’ve developed in-house process systems that help us add value to our client’s projects:
- In-house charettes and design critiques
- In-house seminars on products and construction systems
- Specifications Committee
- Green Building Committee
- Professional development program for additional staff education
- Formalized project management