Architects Sutherland Shire have been recently rated as one of Australia’s Best Small Architects. ” Started in 2021, Couvaras Architects has become a trusted name for local businesses, architects, planners and designers. Located in the heart of the historic Sutherland Shire, Cronulla, we are constantly building on our reputation for creating buildings that not just work but deliver an overall sense of pleasure. We are a small team-based firm, with large ideas – and a huge portfolio of fantastic projects. Our architects are keen to take on new challenges and assist you in achieving your design goals,” says John Quilty. Architects Sutherland Shire has many awards including the Walkley Award for Architecture in Australia and the Gold Medal for Design at the prestigious IFW in London.
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Project Management The key to success at Architects Sutherland Shire is a sound process for coordinating, organizing and managing architectural and landscape design projects. “If we don’t like the design, then it’s a problem. We can’t build it if we don’t have the budget. This is where our experience comes into play; our designers must be able to collaborate with our project managers in order to understand each others’ needs, priorities and deliverables, while ensuring that everyone understands the schedule, cost estimates and delivery timeframes as described in our contracts. In this way, the team members know what is happening in the project and how to coordinate with each other,” said Greg Cairns, an award-winning project manager.
Teamwork Our award winning team of architects must work together effectively in order to create the perfect master plan. “When working with other teams, architects must provide a clear vision of what the building project will look like, how it will function, where the utilities will go, and how the home’s landscaping will integrate with the exterior,” said Dan Curtin, an award winning landscape architect. “The project manager should encourage frequent collaborative meetings, set goals and timelines, and be specific about what he or she expects from the architects during each phase of the project, from start to finish.” “A successful project relies on everyone working together,” said Tom Coughlin, an award-winning project manager. “architects must work with their fellow architects on all levels of the project, providing guidance and input during every stage, from start to finish.”
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