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We used to make prepare feasibility studies for a number of tourist projects, as well as for general swimming pools.
1. Location survey.
First of all a visit must be made to the location and surrounding areas to study carefully the local situation and circumstances and to
discusswith you, other people involved and organizations such as the local government and tourist office what can be developed.
The client will explain his ideas about the project.
We will also learn about possible restrictions and opportunities. The client will provide all the necessary property information.
We will prepare a report in which we will draw any suggestions as to what could be developed and how to proceed.
This report will also include a work definition as well as the work involved. Later on we quote you the costs for the preparation of the
first phase of the project. Go / no go decision can be made by both parties involved.
2. Pre- master plan:
A preliminary concept study will be made. Defining in more details the project, in close cooperation with the client and other parties
involved.This will also include a pre-study into the financial sides of the project.
The definite concept study will be prepared. This is sufficient for the client to decide a continuation of the project as being suggested
by us and it will be sufficient to discuss the plans with the local government and local architects for further development. The first
pre-feasibility study will be prepared in close cooperation with the client and only for use by the client.
Go / no go decision can be made by both parties involved.
3. The definite master plan and feasibility study will be made.
Designs will be made for the different parts of the project. This must be done in close cooperation with local architects/engineering
company. Go / no go decision can be made by both parties involved.
4. We will provide the supervision of the preparation of the actual construction drawings as well as supervising the actual
construction of the project, in cooperation with the local architects.
Initial costs and time schedule:
1. Location survey. This will include a visit of 6 - 8 days by one of the other partners and Mr. E. Rörsch to the location.
All costs to be paid for, but no commitment yet from either side (prepaid max. 2 return flights economy class, hotel, rental car/ local
transportation, food, visa costs and application information). We will give our ideas if the project is possible and feasible.
If we prepare a full report a payment of € ..... is due. We will need 2-4 weeks to prepare before our departure ( not in this case, see
earlier work done). Payment due to be discussed.
2. Pre-master plan presentation. All costs to be paid for (prepaid max. 3 return flights, hotel, rental car, food,...) as well as a
payment of ...... . We will need 9-12 weeks to prepare. Payment: € ...... upon receiving the go permission from the client, the remaining within 1 week after the presentation date.
The presentation will be with handmade sketches and plain printing.
3. The definite master plan and feasibility study presentation. All costs to be paid for (prepaid max. 3 return flights, hotel, rental car,
food,...) as well as a payment of € ........ .We will need 9-12 weeks to prepare.
Payment: € .......,- upon receiving the go permission from the client, the remaining within 1 week after the presentation date.
Costs of local architects are not included. Presentation will be with handmade drawings and plain text. However a presentation
booklet can be made, actual printing and printing costs will depend on the wishes of the client and these are not included in the price.
4. Supervision during production of actual construction drawings, locally, and of the actual construction: costs and timing to be
discussed at a later date.
5. Model production can probably take place locally, under our supervision. Details to be discussed later.
Costs do not include any costs to be made for local photocopying, colour printing, local use of specialists, translators or any other
local costs involved. Local possible taxes are the responsibility of the client. All above are negotiable. Obtaining visa and work permits, as well as their costs, are the responsibility of the client, if applicable.