Architecture Planning and DesignPhoto Gallery
Starting any new building project can be an overwhelming endeavor. From our very first involvement, we strive to make the process as straightforward and enjoyable as possible.
An architect's role is to design a space that achieves and exceeds the client's initial goals. We take your ideas and uncover the unseen potential, factor in specific program requirements and requests, and then take you from where you are today to where you want to be tomorrow.
No project is one size fits all. Every approach, process, challenge, and solution is unique. The end result is custom designed spaces and places specifically tailored to enhance the experiences and environments you utilize and enjoy.
Engineering Planning and DesignPhoto Gallery
Our multi-disciplined engineering services team understands the complex problems our clients face and has the expertise to identify and design solutions that match our client's needs.
The regulatory permitting process is becoming increasingly more complex and challenging to navigate. Cordjia has established relationships with regulators from the Local, State, and Federal levels and apply our experience and knowledge to gain approvals in an efficient and timely manner.
Commissioning and Retro-Commissioning
Commissioning, by definition, is a quality assurance process. The intent of commissioning a building is to demonstrate that the construction was properly done and that the performance of the finished product matches our client's requirements. Our commissioning specialists start at the earliest stages of design and do not finish until the project is successfully occupied and operating.
Our retro-commissioning delivers our clients a solution to reduce their energy consumption that will provide meaningful cost savings, payback, and lower operating costs. Additionally, can help you improve the operation of your systems, correct areas where HVAC systems are causing complaints, and locate additional capacity in your systems. Generally, the return on this investment is often less than two years.