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Designing commercial buildings involves a variety of services to ensure that the building meets the functional, aesthetic, and regulatory requirements of the project.

Architectural DesignStructural EngineeringMechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) EngineeringCivil Engineering Interior Design

— Environmental Design
— Accessibility Design
— Code Compliance and Permitting
— Landscaping and Site Design
— Lighting Design



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What are the key factors to consider in commercial building design?

Key factors include the building's purpose, location, accessibility, space utilization, aesthetics, energy efficiency, sustainability, safety measures, and compliance with local building codes.

What professionals are typically involved in commercial building design?

Professionals commonly involved include architects, structural engineers, MEP engineers, interior designers, landscape architects, and project managers. Depending on the project's complexity, other specialists like acoustical engineers and sustainability consultants might be involved.

How do architects approach commercial building design?

Architects start by understanding the client's needs and the purpose of the building. They create design concepts, develop floor plans, exterior elevations, and collaborate with engineers to ensure the structural integrity and functionality of the design.


Tenant Improvement Services

At Urbane Design, we understand the significance of tenant improvements in establishing an efficient and productive atmosphere that aligns with your company’s values. Our premier tenant improvement solutions cover the entire planning and design process, ensuring that all your goals are successfully achieved.


New Commercial Buildings – Offices & Mixed-Use Structures

Our Building Designs offer an assortment of one, two, and three-story Commercial Plan designs. These plans are designed for retail, office, and industrial usage.


Change of Use Permits

A “Change-in-Use” (CIU) permit is necessary when a business intends to occupy an existing space that was not originally designed to accommodate the proposed new use. For instance, if a retail, office, or assembly-type business plans to move into an existing warehouse space, a CIU permit would be required. This permit ensures compliance with building codes and safety regulations for the new occupancy.


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