Site analysis and survey of the condition is necessary. If the lodge site has already been selected, the site survey will take place. If the lodge is new, a Topographical Survey or ALTA Survey will be needed. Only a licensed supervisor is needed to carry this procedure. If it is just an addition of some more space or lodge remodel, the site analysis may be performed by anyone. Once you decide moving forward with the project, there must be someone to manage the whole thing. Excellent project management and administration is the key
to running the project successfully. There must be a proactive approach to engineering coordination and communication. Project administration and management will include a thorough consultation and research with the agencies that have jurisdiction over the project. Some of the other tasks, that fall under this very category are, project scheduling, owner supplied data, preliminary costs and the presentation or recommendation of project data of different entities having an interest in the construction project.
Besides the steps mentioned above, site development is a crucial step. You need here the master plan to execute the project. Everything must be planned right from open space, infrastructure, parking area for the future building project. You may need both onsite and offsite utility services to determine the feasibility of the project. Always keep in mind that application is required to meet zoning regulation within the jurisdiction where the lodge is to be constructed. The application needs substantial work in advance when it comes to designing the project. You may hire the single architect or designer to complete the lodge project. In most cases, the authorities those who have the jurisdiction over the project may be needed for commercial, residential projects. Bidding and negotiation for the contract come at last. After preparing the construction document, the authority will have jurisdiction over the construction project. You need a general contractor to come up and construct the project. It is the general contractor who puts the project for bidding. Questions from the bidding contractors must be recorded and answered in writing. After the lodge is constructed, additional services will be required. Supplemental services can be taken to meet the needs of the building project.