Lynx Contracting believes that great spaces and buildings are created out of association. We are partners in your success and will help you renovate or build an auxiliary building for your business. Lynx Contracting has been voted the best design-build contractor in Saudi Arabia. Lynx Contracting is focused on creating inspiring spaces. Our goal is to provide a simple, modern, and fresh approach to interior design in Dubai. We love sourcing new congregations and can supply them with the pieces they need as well as the tried-and-true components that will give our clients exactly what they want.
Lynx Contracting can help you create a beautiful and functional space you love to live in. We are able to design and construct interiors that will be perfect for you and your project. For more information, contact us. We can give you details about our design fees as well as the way that we work. We try to be open to ensure that clients feel comfortable and informed throughout the process.
Construction of Commercial Buildings
Architects and Engineers use the term “commercial building” to refer to work that must be done by licensed architects or engineers to design and build. When they see the work, architects and engineers first determine whether it is “commercial”.
A commercial property is a building or land that can generate rental income or capital gains. This sector is defined by the commercial real estate industry. These are the types of Denver commercial real property.
There are four main types of commercial buildings.
- Office buildings
- Retail buildings include shopping centres, supermarkets, shops, etc.
- Industrial buildings include factories, warehouses and service stations.
- Shopping malls
To get permission from the local jurisdictional agencies for the development of the land, the owner must submit a site plan as well as an urban or local impact analysis. This could require a zoning amendment, a site plan including stormwater drainage and parking lots.
After the first hurdle has been cleared, the owner will engage an architect to create the plans. An architect will typically engage a civil engineering to draw up site plans, utility connections and easements. A structural engineer will design footings and structural framing to meet local wind, storm and snow loads. To help with the design of these systems, an architect will have an electrical, mechanical and fire protection engineer.
The architect will prepare a set of proposed plans that the owner can review. He should also listen to any concerns or questions the owner may have about the plans. Once the owner is happy with the plans, they will submit them to the local planning review board, zoning inspection department or any other agency that reviews plans and issues building permits.
After the plans are finalized, the architect and owner will put the project up for bidding. You can do this by posting notices in the Dodge Plan Room or local newspapers. Or, through an agency such as the Associated General Contractors. After the bid day, the owner will choose a general contractor to complete the job. The contractor will prepare a contract, which they will sign with the owner so that work can begin. The contract will be signed by the contractor. They will then purchase the necessary building permits and hire subcontractors in order to start site work.
Lynx Contracting Site work will often include Best Management Practices to prevent storm water runoff and pollution. It will also include environmental controls, site fence, silt fencing, and any other features necessary for building constructions.
The General Fit-out Contractor will usually have a project manager who will oversee the relationship between their company and the subcontractors, and the owner. A superintendent will oversee the day-to-day activities of the company, including scheduling material deliveries, inspecting materials, and looking for safety issues and problems in workmanship.
Once the site work has been completed, foundation construction will begin. Concrete will then be poured. The next step is rough in of any utilities that will run underneath the slab. This includes HVAC, plumbing, and electrical. You may also need to install gas lines, fire protection supply line, and telephone/data entry cables.
After the rough-in, the slab will then be prepared and poured. Then, the structural steel, including beams and columns, purlins and decking, will be hung. The walls will soon be finished and the exterior finish will be applied. Once it is dry, interior work can begin.
The interior walls are now framed. Electrical, plumbing, HVAC and other trades will then install their rough-ins. These will be inspected and wall can be finished with gypsum board or other materials. Now that the ceiling work has been completed, suspended ceilings can now be painted and fixtures can be installed.
Once the building has dried in, the parking lot and sidewalks will be ready for use. The civil engineer will often allow for handicapped access and handicapped parking.
Now it’s time to inspect the final stages of construction. A life safety inspection should be performed to ensure that the fire alarm system is working properly, doors open properly, emergency lighting works, and exit signs and exit signs are functioning.
Lynx Fit Out contractors has years of experience in the construction field and is one of the leading interiors fit-out contractors and construction companies Saudi in the market. Through cutting-edge technology and management integration, we provide efficient infrastructure technologies for our customers. Our goal is to provide productive and healthy work environments for our clients.