The Doing Phase as a crucial part of your Project Development, Fabrication, & Installation

Oct 26 • Event Fabrication and Production • 81 Views • No Comments on The Doing Phase as a crucial part of your Project Development, Fabrication, & Installation

Today we will shed a light on an important phase of an event project development given all perspectives. Well, before we begin, let’s have a quick look at preliminary phases that we, as specialists in events fabrication & production products services in Dubai, UAE, undertake before moving to the Doing Period “Phase 3”:

 

Phase 1: The Dreaming Period
usually it begins by questioning “What is it”? Then it moves to “Zoning” where we ask if the community will let you build it. After that we take into consideration 4 main issues:
1. Government Approvals: will the local authorities let you build it?
2. Environmental Impact: what will it do to the surrounding area?
3. Financing: can you pay for it?
4. Feasibility Analysis: if you build it, will they come?

 

Phase 2: The Designing Period
which includes:
1. Preliminary Concept Design: developing your preliminary concept designs and addressing economic and operational guidelines
2. Final Concept Design: completing your master plan
3. Schematic Design: defining component elements and preparing cost estimates
4. Detail Design: describing event fabrication & production products services in fullest detail
5. Production and Fabrication Documents: developing construction bid documents, tendering to sub-contractors and negotiating contracts

 

We now move into Phase 3: The Doing Period, which begins with Production and Event Fabrication. In this stage, coordination is critical between Create design and project team, the fabricators, the general contractor, and the specialty subcontractors (audio-visual hardware, rides, media and lighting). Close adherence must be paid to the schedule and the budget so that neither deviates from its intended target.
Depending on the scale of the project, prototyping is likely to occur at this stage. These prototypes can range from small-scale models to full-scale mock-ups of critical and/or complicated components. For children’s events, interactives are often “kid-tested” to make sure they properly engage the project’s little visitors. For theme park projects for example, rides undergo vigorous testing and approvals by various engineering authorities. Once the prototypes are approved by us and you, the exhibits, rides and/or attractions then move to event fabrication.
Media production also takes place during this stage, beginning with appointment of the producer and proceeding through storyboarding, pre-vis, production and post-production.

The fabrication, AV, ride, lighting and media components are usually constructed off-site, so they will need to be shipped to the project location. Before they can be installed into your facility, the bulk of the building works (structural, mechanical and electrical) must be complete. At the very least, the site will need to be climate and humidity controlled, dust-free and have clean power (i.e., a continuous power stream isolated from the building’s power supply) so that electrical equipment can properly function. We will provide on-site supervision during the installation, testing and commissioning processes, and our art director will ensure that the design integrity is maintained through the event fabrication, installation and opening.
So, your various components have been fabricated, shipped, cleared through customs and installed in your exhibit-ready building. Congratulations! You have now completed the Doing Period and now begins the event introduction and the “unveiling” of your finished event or attraction to the public and the media.

Source: Articles from http://www.jackrouse.com/

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