Liv Architects is a Royal Institute of British Architects Chartered Practice and we offer a full range of services in accordance with the RIBA Plan of Works stages for refurbishment, extension and new build projects.
We believe every project and every client is individual, and so we tailor each scope of services and fee proposal to our client’s Individual circumstances and specific requirements. However, in general terms we offer three levels of service in order to ensure best value for money for our clients relative to the scale of their project and budget.
The tables on the right outline the services generally offered within each service level, although these are always adjusted to suit our client’s own needs and are set out within a clear scope of services as part of our fee quotation.
These services are a brief outline of what we can offer across the most common project stages. If your project is different, or you require more specialist services, please get in touch and we can discuss how we can help you.
Service Level 01 (SL01)-
This option is targeted at small, uncomplicated builds with limited budgets. We will provide you with a basic service, ensuring you have the information you need for Statutory Compliance, while allowing you work directly with your chosen builder to resolve the final details.
Service Level 02 (SL02)-
This mid level service provides more detailed Concept stages and full technical design up to a Construction level. We will assist you in shortlisting builders but not in obtaining prices from them or be involved in a formal role during the construction phase. This stage suits larger extensions, refurbishments or small new build houses for experienced/ confident clients.
Service Level 03 (SL03)-
This level is known as a ‘full service’, in which we provide architectural services from inception to completion of your project, and beyond. This suits larger/ more complex projects, or smaller projects with clients who would like a bit more support.
If you’re uncertain of what you need, or how to go about appointing an Architect, the Royal Institute of British Architects
and the Architects Registration Board produce several useful guides for clients looking to appoint an Architect, which you will find links to below: