Industrial Buildings Designs
We offer comprehensive project management starting from the concept phase, through obtaining of the building permit, development of working design, and ending with the building construction. Our area of activity comprises industrial buildings complete with engineering systems, including but not limited to production halls in food processing and chemicals sectors, warehousing halls, power engineering auxiliary structures. We also provide maintenance services for the process plants executed by WOLFF GROUP.
We offer service at all stages of the project development process.
The functional programme determines the framework project programme and a general vision of the structures to be built within the specific project. Sometimes it also includes a priced bill of quantities.
This kind of design is a detailed supplementation of the functional programme. It includes a determination of technology to be applied, describes the technology location in a building or buildings, determines the types of structures and systems to be provided.
The conceptual or preliminary design provides basis for preparing the functional specification on which the “Design–Build” public procurement procedure will be based, as well as the Project Information Sheet required by the Act on Providing Environmental Information and on Environmental Protection, Participation of Society in Environmental Protection, and Environmental Impact Assessment (Journal of Laws of 2008 No. 199, item 1227 – the Environmental Act), or the Environmental Impact Assessment Report.
Building design is a formal document presenting the planned project design solutions, which becomes basis for obtaining opinions, warrants, consents and permits, including the building permit.
It consists of two major parts:
- building plans and specifications,
- site development plan.
The detailed scope and form of a building design is determined in the Regulation of the Minister of Infrastructure of 3 July 2003 on the detailed scope and form of a building designs (Journal of Laws of 2003 No. 120, item 1133).
Working design is the basic element of the design documentation which provides details of the solutions included in the building design. It serves as a basis for the selection of a general contractor, execution of construction works, control of the works quality as well as acceptance of complete buildings. The scope of a working design is determined in legal regulations only in reference to the projects funded from public resources.
As built plans and documents mean a collection of documents including building permit and building design, site log, interim and final acceptance certificates, working descriptions and drawings if needed, i.e. construction documentation with marked variations introduced during the performance of the works, survey statements and as-built land survey documents.