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Greeting Mr.George, Looking forward to working with you. Regards, Jamohl Alexander On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 6:20 PM, Rodwick George wrote: Hi Jamohl, I will get back to you in about a week. I want to look at my options. I thought that a percentage of construction costs was only required if the architect was managing the project. Regards RG On May 19, 2016, at 5:48 PM, Jamohl Alexander wrote: Greetings Mr. George Review by structural engineer is allowed. You can have approximately 2600 sq ft. at 30 mil. I will ensure that all your requirements fit into the final design. With Construction drawings the fee would be 5% of the construction cost. An advance of 15% is required before the design phase begins. Regards J. Alexander On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 3:21 PM, Rodwick George wrote: Hi Jamhol, Thank you for you prompt response. I may have to cut back on the sq footage because I do not plan to spend more than 30 mil on construction costs. I will also need the construction drawings to guide the contractors. I however do not need any construction management from the architect, hence a flat fee. Please let me know if my structural engineer will be allowed to review the construction drawings before final payment is made. A site visit is possible, and will be arranged. Tell me how we proceed, and what will I be able to get for that money Regards, Sent from my iPad On May 19, 2016, at 8:52 AM, Jamohl Alexander wrote: Greetings Mr. George Thank you for considering my services. The approximate cost of a building at 3200 sq. ft. is $35 mil. My basic rate for a project of this nature is $60 dollars per sq ft. This will include elevations, floor plans, site plan and roof plan required for submission to the the building authority to secure a permit for construction. However, a percentage rate of the approximate construction cost of the project is considered if the Architect is required to produce architectural and construction details (construction drawing). The design belongs to the Architect. The Architect will also require a site plan( a sketch will do) of the area before design begins, if a site visit is not possible. Regards Jamohl Alexander On Wed, May 18, 2016 at 9:45 PM, Rodwick George wrote: It was good speaking to you today. I'm looking to build a 2 level home in Canje. The home will include; 4 bedrooms, one self contained on the first floor. 3 bedrooms on the upper level, one being a master room with a walk in closet and en suite. The master room will have a porch. The first floor will have a large kitchen with an island and a door leading to an outside bbq area The kitchen will have lots of counter space, cupboards and maybe granite countertops. The first floor will also have a large living, and formal dining room. The first floor will also have an additional half bath and a washroom There is a porch outside the first floor There will be an internal stairs to the upper level The second floor will have hard wood floors. The approximate size of will be 3000-3200 sq ft. Please let me know what is workable. The approximate cost of the building. Your cost for the design, and also who will own the design. I look forward to working with you. Sent from my iPad

2 floors 2800-2900 sq ft home. New construction. I do not know how to get started

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