Often times the Schematic Design phase results in options that need to be presented
to committee, Planning and Zoning, Zoning Board of Appeals, project partners, et
al. This is normally part of the design process when it comes to getting a project
approved. However, LDS has found this specific service important to many contractors
and developers who may simply be trying to generate interest in a potential project.
Renderings my be needed for public meetings, press releases, preliminary discussions
with a town planner, in-house forums, or to a potential buyer of property. These
stand-alone renderings, based on available survey information and on-site visits,
can be a very important tool for many in the real estate or building industry.