Design at any stage
Sometimes your project needs a little oomph. At REDCOM, we have a solid reputation for delivering exceptional architectural and interior design for our clients. Whether you’re seeking design services that can be performed independently or combined with the build process in a design-build approach, we can translate your dreams to paper.
Forward thinking and future minded
REDCOM architects are experienced with educational, medical, commercial, and industrial facilities of all types. We consider what your future needs will be and how your facility will be equipped to adapt for growth, if needed. We are also very familiar with requirements for image compliant facilities because many of our clients are franchise affiliates. We will make your needs and wishes come to fruition within budget and layout parameters.
Our design team consists of 13 in-house designers, which includes licensed architects, as well as a fully certified interior designer. Our head designer, Roberto Martinez who has been with us since 2002, leads this group. As an integrated design-build firm, our architectural team designs 95 percent of the facilities we build.
Schematic Design Studies
We consider aesthetics, functionality and value in every design. Our architectural staff works on all the schematics on-site and we strongly encourage our clients to come in and collaborate with us to ensure we are starting off in the same direction.
Schematic designs also come with construction budgets. We are transparent about our design options and building materials so our clients are always aware of the costs related to every aspect of the project.
REDCOM designs all site plans in-house. Our engineering design team works tirelessly to maximize the utilization of our client’s property in the most effective manner. We excel in storm water management grading analysis, zoning issues, and vehicular and pedestrian accessibility. We also consider client-specific needs such as compass orientation of the facility and phasing for the project. Proper phasing minimizes costs and reduces the interruption of current business.