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Design Phase 1:


Site Visit: Is our first meeting. We talk about your vision, priorities, wants and needs, timeline, and budget -- we also get to know one another. The space will be photographed and measured too. To save valuable time and money, with your permission, I invite contractor(s) to this meeting with the intention of reducing disruptions and costs incurred by multiple visits to your home.

Environmental Adaptations Assessment (EAA): The EAA is an assessment tool. The EAA addresses the limitations of the space and documents the modifications needed to make the space barrier-free.



  • Liaison between all parties involved

  • Product research


Plans: Simple plans generated by AutoCad or sketched for ease of client understanding. Example of said plans: as-built, preliminary floor plans with modifications,  new layout optionsNote: final floor plans are completed after approval has been received by all parties.

Product Selection/Product Research: Provide assistance with product selection such as: flooring, hardware, lighting, accessible features, and more. Note: products are selected to comply with building codes and ADA guidelines.

Design Phase 2:

Scope of Work: The Scope of Work is a very important document. Hooper-Cahill Design will provide comprehensive guidelines, details, and instructions in the Scope of Work for the contractor who is chosen to work on your project. 

Finish Schedule: The Finish Schedule identifies and describes the products selected and specified for your project 


Design Phase 2 continued:

Finish Schedule: The Finish Schedule identifies and describes the products selected and specified for your project 


  • Assisting with licensed contractor selection. Note: County projects, two (2) contractors with NPI/UMPI numbers will be selected to bid

  • All other projects -- we will work with your contractor, or assist with the contractor search

  • Act as liaison between you and selected contractor

Bid Review: When bids are received they will be evaluated and compared to one another to make sure all specifications outlined in the Scope of Work are "Apples to Apples" -- no deviations.

Construction: Project modifications/additions begin

  • Manage and monitor project as it moves forward.

Design Phase 3:


  • Act as liaison between all parties involved during the construction phase of project


Construction: Project modifications/additions continue until project is complete.

  • Manage and monitor project as it moves forward.


Walk-ThroughConstruction is finished and team visits site to ensure project meets expectations.

Punch List: List that includes changes and/or

adjustments that were discovered on the Walk-

Through and need to be addressed by contractor before project can be signed-off by all parties.

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