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* Project Management
* Drawing office
* Home Buyers Reporting
The Project Bureau is committed to providing professional, quality service and advice to our clients by promoting the role of the Project Manager within the construction industry.
Following a total of 15 years within the design, maintenance, development and construction industry the project bureau has completed works ranging from as little as R 200000 up to R67 Million on a single refurbishment.
What is The Project Bureau?
The project bureau offers Architects a turnkey solution drawing office that is always available and ready to assist. Architects hand their spill-over work to us and do not need to sign any form of contract or find suitable staff for short periods of time.
Where is the Project Bureau?
We are situated in Fourways in Johannesburg , Durban and are currently in the process of setting up additional offices in the Cape.
Our staff are able to travel and execute work in any region and are able to do so quickly and efficiently. This service can be used where as-built measurements are required by architects from other regions.
What do we offer?
Our versatile approach to design problem solving and our ability to perform instantly is what sets us apart from all other studios.
We work on a cost per Square meter basis making it easy for our clients to assess the outsourcing of a potential project quickly to determine whether it is feasible to use our services or not.
The professional is our client and we only accept instructions from the Architect directly and not your client.
Our service offerings are only drawing and design based as listed below:
• “As-buillt” plans – Measuring up on site and presenting these to the architect.
• Additions and alterations to existing buildings as per Architects brief.
• New design and drawings as per Architects brief.
• Detail drawings, tiling layouts, lighting layouts, shop fitting layouts, etc. all as per Architects brief.
Why use The Project Bureau?
Due to the immense pressure placed on archi