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Site analysis should include the climatic, geographical, historical, social, legal, and infrastructural context of a given site. Presentation of site analysis should include visual representation of the site in the form of annotated photographs, initial sketches of the site, site mapping and site analysis diagrams.
Pre-planning starts the discussion about the public health need being considered and is an integral part of achieving the desired outcomes. At the end of this stage, you will know if you will be proceeding with subsequent PLAN stages and will determine the necessary tasks to complete your program planning.
Typically, the pre-construction phase includes creating a strategic plan for the project, creating a design, securing permits or entitlements, and gathering the labor and resources required for construction.
A major benefit of pre-design is that it allows the developer to learn more about the client's lifestyle and personality, which helps them understand the client's requirements better.
\u201cPre-development\u201d describes the phase of a capital project between the origination of the concept and the initiation of design. It is the period of gathering information, exploring options, and making decisions about the direction of a project.
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Predesign is vital because it will deliver a design that provides a longer return on investment, improved medical care, and more successful recruitment and retention of medical staff. The typical individual is not fully aware of all that is considered for a building plan.
Site Analysis. The study of a specified parcel of land (and the surrounding area) to determine its suitability for a specific use.
Pre-design is the phase of analysis that occurs after some form of funding is available and before design begins. During the pre-design phase, studies are done to analyze space requirement issues, the constraints and opportunities of the proposed site, and the cost versus the budget.
A land feasibility study is the analysis of all features of a piece of land including potential challenges for building a home, and is used by homeowners to determine whether building is possible and/or ideal.
It is an inventory of the site factors and forces, and how they coexist and interact. The purpose of the analysis is to provide thorough information about the site assets and liabilities prior to starting the design process.

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