|Geographically, projects have
been undertaken throughout Scotland, both local to the office in
Central Scotland and in Angus, Perthshire, Borders, West Highlands, Easter Ross, Edinburgh,
Glasgow and the Islands.
|Architectural design solutions
are conceived according to the circumstances of each project,
ranging from being in sympathy with existing buildings through to a modern response.
|The principle services offered by the practice are:|
|Building Condition Assessment and Proposals|
|Contract Administration and Project Management|
|Use of Traditional Materials|
|Ecological Design (Members of Scottish Ecological Design Assoc)|
|APPROACH AND MANAGEMENT|
|The Pollock Hammond
Partnership LLP aims to provide an efficient and high standard of
professional and friendly service on all projects, backed by experience, expertise and enthusiasm.
|All projects are in the charge
of a partner from inception through to completion, leading a dedicated
team to ensure continuity of involvement. All members of the team are appropriately qualified and
committed to Continuing Professional Development.
administrative procedures are in place which accord with the principles of
Assurance under ISO9001, although the practice is not certified under this scheme.
|The practice adopts a stage by
stage approach to the development of projects from feasibility
study through to completion, with clients kept fully informed on design, cost and programme at
each stage. The extent of services can be tailored to suit the client's requirements.
|The practice is experienced in
liaising with other members of the design Team (Structural
Engineer, Mechanical and Electrical Consultant, Quantity Surveyor and Planning Supervisor) who
are sympathetic to our design approach and specialist fields.
|The practice enjoys excellent
cooperative working relationships with local authority departments,
grant-awarding bodies, contractors and craftsmen. A variety of approaches to procuring building
construction are available, including several trades, negotiated and separate trades contracts, as
well as self-build.
|Professional indemnity insurance is maintained at a cover level of £5 million.|
The practice aims to provide a high quality professional
service, requiring commitment of staff
time and resources, in return for a fair reward. The appropriate fee structure is assessed for the
circumstances of each project and a fee proposal will be negotiated and submitted at an early