This option is available for projects that are considered to be pull and replace kitchens and bathrooms or new basements. Pull and replace is exactly as it sounds. It is a refresh of the existing layout with no structural changes. Additionally, this option works for clients that have their own architects and designers. Measurements and a design hand-off meeting will be held to review your project and needs. A design staff member will meet with you at our showroom to review your design layout and present cabinet options including colors and door styles. You will be provided a list of remaining items needed to be chosen for your space as well as a list of vendors from which to review options. Samples can be provided upon request.
You will be responsible for providing chosen finishes & selections to HDC. Once received, a designer will update your design packet for final approval. An HDC design staff member will be checking in bi-weekly to ensure due dates are met to keep your project moving forward and on time.
Meeting 1: The Design Hand-off (& measure) at the client’s home
Attendees | Client(s), sales, design manager, designated designer, & estimator
Meeting 2: Layout Review Meeting at our showroom
Attendees | Client & the HDC design staff member
The Selections Assist Packet includes the following: Existing photos, As-built plan, Demo plan, Remodel plan, Electrical plan, Flooring plan, Tile elevations (Technical Illustration), Plumbing/lighting/hardware elevations (Technical Illustration), Cabinet elevations from our supplier, and Selection details.
*Additional elevations $350 and $150/revision. Full-color model $1000 and $250/revision
**Additional meeting $450
(6-week timing does not take into account the time to schedule from consultation to the design-hand-off meeting as this is highly dependent on all party's availability and the current HDC pipeline)
An HDC project consultant meets with the prospective client virtually or in their home to see the space, discuss the general scope of the project being considered, and to decide if we are a good fit for the project/client needs.
Timing: 2 - 3 business days
Meeting Outcomes: Rough range estimate for the proposed project. Design fees communicated. Next steps are outlined.
If the client decides to move forward with the selection assist option, there is a design fee. A contract is drawn up, signed and the payment is made to kick-off the process.
Timing: Upon agreement
Meeting Outcomes: Signed Selections Assist Contract and design payment made/received
The client will meet the assigned design team member for the project along with the HDC project consultant, design team manager and the HDC estimator at the project space.
Timing: 2 weeks
Meeting Outcomes: Design staff introduced. Project scope reviewed. Official space measurements taken.
Client will meet at the showroom with the design representative to review and discuss cabinet options. Customers can take samples of color/stain blocks, cabinet door styles, and countertops. Designer will review the selections with the customer and provide a list of vendors for the customer to utilize. A due date for selections is provided to the client and the designer will follow up 2x/week to ensure the due date is met.
Timing: 2 weeks
Meeting Outcomes: Plan layout reviewed. Selection resources & due dates provided.
Once the design packet is approved, our estimator will set up a site visit with our trade partners.
Timing: 1 week
Meeting Outcomes: Project labor time and cost estimates. Areas of possible concern identified (if any).
A construction contract is presented with the finalized, approved design plan and fixed* budget.
*Included in each contract, there are escalation and de-escalation clauses. Additionally the budget is subject to change should alterations be made to the construction plans after signing.
While no two projects are alike, our free pricing guide will help you know what to expect when meeting with contractors to discuss your project. At Hogan Design & Construction, we will continually provide you with accurate estimates throughout the design process and establish a fixed price before construction begins.