A feasibility study is intended for obtaining detailed information about a specific residential unit from what we offer. At the same time, it can be used as a support for preparing design documentation for land use decisions. A feasibility study includes:
1) Identifying data about the structure and investor; 2) Summary technical report 3) 1:100 scale drawings of individual floors, 1:100 scale cross-section of the building and 1:100 scale views. The summary technical report is a detailed description of the building’s architectural and construction-technical design, demands for electricity, overall budgeted drinking water needs, quantity of wastewater and expected annual gas consumption. The technical report includes an approximate budget for the residential unit itself. The drawings show a detailed in-progress architectural and dispositional draft of the residential unit with the defined area of individual rooms, height ratios of the building and a description of the color of and the material used in the building. Minor design documentation helps you decide and subsequently select the most advantageous residential unit.