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RIHS ARCHITECTS
location:
467 Booyong Road, NASHUA, New South Wales, 2479 
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(02) 6629-1824
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(02) 6629-1824
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Established since 1979, RIHS are award winning Sydney Architects. 

Servicing the Sydney metropolitan area and beyond, RIHS Architects pride themselves on a reputation of high achievement using latest technology and management systems designed to support individual project lifecycles.

Rihs Architects' experience has confirmed that design is a process which generally has the following distinct stages, most of which applies in this case:

1. Confirmation of needs analysis; short and long term aims, definition of market.

2. Analysis and confirmation of options available.

3. Precise definition of best site configuration and uses, budget consideration, building design, initial discussions with council.

4. Preparation and submission of required documentation to council for development and building approvals as may be necessary.

5. Interior design (for known and projected uses).

6. Definition of contract and working documentation, letting of contract.

7. Contract administration and/or project construction management.

8. Completed project review. It is the principle of this architectural firm for the director Gerry Rihs, to be personally involved in any project throughout the above listed stages.

The company has a reputation for understanding building technology, its documentation, implementation and active in refurbishments of existing buildings.

The company has its own CAD System running Microstation and AutoCad.

Our computers also run full programming and project management software as well as other programmes for the delivery of professional architectural services throughout Sydney.

 
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