Commercial Real Estate Projects Architecture – A Guide to Commercial Real Property Projects – by Steven K. W. Olesen, Esq.
and Robert B. Pritchard, Esqs.
(2013) ISBN: 978-0-12-903104-5 – A book to be read and studied by all levels of architectural and commercial realtors.
It provides an overview of commercial realty projects, as well as an in-depth analysis of the many different commercial realestate projects, including the architectural design of each project.
Commercial Real estate projects include, but are not limited to, residential projects, office projects, retail projects, commercial buildings, and commercial offices.
Commercial real estate projects are designed to be completed within a timeframe of five years and typically have multiple phases, including: Construction of a building (the building is the principal project); Building design; Construction of the residential/commercial building; Design of a commercial/residential office building; and Re-installation of the commercial building.
The book contains extensive information for developers and builders on both the architectural and the technical aspects of commercial construction, as opposed to just the general design and layout.
A major reason for the complexity of commercial projects is the complexity and complexity of the real estate market.
Commercial projects are often very complex and can include complex combinations of residential and commercial building types.
This book contains information that can assist the planning and development of commercial project, including information on: Residential projects; Commercial buildings; Residential and commercial office projects; Residential projects for multi-family and multi-plex projects; Industrial and commercial projects; and Residential projects that have multiple types of residential/business use.
The authors provide detailed explanations of the various components and functions of commercial property projects, and give tips on how to best structure and design your commercial project.
The topics covered include: Building design.
A review of the principles and standards of the construction of residential buildings.
Building construction and installation.
A discussion of various types of building construction, including structural components, floor systems, electrical systems, fire safety, ventilation, and fire safety codes.
The design of commercial buildings.
A description of building components and design principles that can be used to make commercial projects more effective.
The history of the development and construction of commercial remodeling, including how to incorporate architectural design, mechanical and electrical systems into commercial projects.
Commercial property project information, including a discussion of the different types of commercial renovation, the cost, the schedule, and the financing method.
Commercial project documentation and information.
An explanation of the technical issues involved in the construction and operation of commercial sites.
A comprehensive guide to building project documentation.
Commercial construction and restoration.
An overview of the processes used to build commercial buildings and their restoration, including an introduction to the construction techniques used.
Commercial design guidelines.
A guide to designing commercial projects for the different economic and cultural contexts in which they are built.
Commercial reuse and reuse of commercial assets.
An extensive discussion of how to utilize the commercial assets for reuse and for commercial purposes.
Commercial development and reuse.
An analysis of commercial development in North America, including issues such as environmental impacts, land use, and sustainability.
Commercial rehabilitation and rehabilitation.
A brief overview of rehabilitating and rehabilitating commercial properties and projects.
Special considerations for residential projects.
A section on rehabilitation of commercial properties for residential use.
Commercial and residential office projects.
An outline of the requirements for commercial office and residential projects in North American cities and towns, including residential, office, commercial, and multifamily uses.
Commercial office projects are typically used for offices, officespace, office space, office retail, office and restaurant space, and retail office spaces.
Commercial commercial and residential retail projects.
The types of projects listed in the book, and information on how they are structured and designed.
A listing of commercial office building types, including office, restaurant, and shopping center projects.
Building design and construction.
Building components and details.
Residential project information.
Building and commercial design.
Residential and residential property project documentation, including design specifications, design drawings, and other materials.
The information contained in this book is intended for the professional realtor.
It is not intended for individuals with little or no knowledge of commercial building or real estate development.
It should not be used by anyone other than professional realtours, architects, and engineers.