Feasibility, functional simulation, financial estimate and advance planning
Detailed architectural, technical and environmental planning studies
Support in selection of designers
Support with project development in the design phase
Training and second opinion
What is the best way to move forward in this complex but exciting task ?
Faced with constantly changing requirements, architectural projects can change quickly:
functional, usage, technical and environmental specifications, comfort standards, cost control, regulatory constraints, security of people and property, integration of digital technology and management of identity and image... all this requires a project scope which anticipates problems, is expert, appropriate and accurate.
The definition of a property project is achieved with architectural planning by the program of needs.
This enables the definition of all the expectations for the project but also management of the identifiable risks linked not only to the implementation of the architectural project but also to the operation and use of the building.
YAMEO mainly provides services for architectural projects with high functionnal or technical add-value or with singular specifications.
• Advising on the correct requirements - YAMEO works to initiate and formalise property strategies which involve significant financial investment. These investments, sometimes coming from public funds, must be rigorously budgeted and address a fair, verified and appropriate need. A constant process of optimisation, resource pooling, and anticipation of changing requirements, technologies and regulations should permeate each planning stage and must be developed in a consistent way,
• Integration of new uses - the evolution of workspace practices, often as a result of digital innovation, is changing our relationship to use of space. Technology now allows for a massive shift of data and information to the cloud. The significant reduction in accessing and exchanging information through the physical transfer of people and media is profoundly changing the concept of physical space usage,
• Taking up the challenge of limiting carbon emissions - starting from the upstream phases of the development of an architectural project, raising awareness and implementing constructive technological or organisational recommendations, can have a significant positive impact on the environment,
• Avoiding “hyper-specialisation” and ensuring scalability of the organisation of space and technologies to allow the building to be able to evolve in the future, or even adapt to new uses.