The DAS Planning and Design Unit designs cost-effective, efficient interior office environments based on organizational needs.
Information Gathering Phase
Survey Forms - forms to be completed and returned by the agency
Furniture/Equipment Inventory - agency provides a list of all furniture, equipment and filing per person
Table of Organization - agency breakdown of the agency staff showing position and relationship
Area Survey - DAS Planning and Design staff surveys existing space before, during, and after the project
The above information is needed by the design specialist to understand all present and future office needs. A meeting will be scheduled with the agency contact to discuss the short- and long-term goals of the project.
The proposals are reviewed and revised as needed and approved by the agency contact.
Other processes happening simultaneously:
Performance Drawing Phase
These plans comprise the performance drawing package as necessary:
These performance drawings are produced from the final proposal signed and approved by the agency during the design phase. Review is also completed for code compliance and building permits as needed.
The performance drawing package is forwarded to the agency contact for review and approval. This communication verifies that the plans are final and will be forwarded to the facility manager for an estimate.
Any changes beyond this point will require a change order, which requires new drawings, code compliance review and approvals.
Estimates and Purchase Orders
The approved performance drawing package and the tracking form are routed by the DAS Planning and Design team to:
Office of Real Estate and PlanningMarcey Earley-Jeter, Administrator4200 Surface RdColumbus, Ohio 43228-1395Phone: 614-466-7319Email: email@example.com
Planning and Design
Utilization of State Office Space and Leasing of Commercial Office Space for State Agency Occupancy