Convention Center, Hong Kong
Courtsey Wong & Ouyang
We approach peer reviews as we would want others to review our designs—offering observations and suggestions as helpful professional colleagues. From our broad design experience we know the key issues for each building type, and we focus on those issues in our reviews. Review scopes vary with design stage, project type, and the owner’s goals. Review during an early design phase will examine broad concepts, while review of a nearly-complete complex or unusual design may involve developing a parallel analysis model for comparison with the design intent. Safety, economy, and constructability always receive particular attention.
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