Ann Arbor, MI (PRWEB) October 26, 2006
Buyblueprints.com (BBP) announces the launch of a website that changes the way people can access commercial architecture -- a website where budget and function are coupled with good design.
BBP sells plans for commercial building projects designed by architects that specialize in offices, daycare centers, senior housing, recreation centers, affordable housing and more. With a BBP plan you can find a design that meets nearly all your needs, then have it modified by a local architect to reflect changes, site conditions and local building codes. BBP prototype plans offer the following advantages:
- Common Language: A prototype plan gives you a design starting point and a common language to talk with your architect. You can say, "I like this, but please change this." You and your architect are literally on the same page.
- Save Time: Because you are starting with a basic plan, the design phase of your project can be completed in a shorter length of time. You can be under construction quickly while saving money on fees and carrying costs.
- Proven: Many BBP plans have already been constructed, providing you with accurate construction cost information. If you wish, you can even visit a completed building and meet with the design architect. Plus, you will be starting with a building design within your price range.
All architectural projects are not suitable for prototype plans so BBP has done the screening for you -- our plans are suitable. In general, buildings that should not use prototype designs are: those located on difficult sites, large projects, or projects with complex uses. BBP plans work for developers, design/builders and entrepreneurs for whom budget and function are driving forces. However, because plans are solicited from top designers, BBP gets quality designs too; designs that are affordable and save you money.
To view BBP plans with elevation drawings, photographs, and floor plans, go to http://www.buyblueprints.com.
U. S. laws in all fifty states specify that commercial building blueprints (not all residential projects) must be worked on and sealed by an architect registered in the state where the project is constructed. These laws apply to all BBP commercial plans.
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