We will work closely with the Tribe to review and confirm programmatic issues with respect to cultural planning and Native American design concepts. The Qk4 team will work closely with Tribal leaders to articulate the cultural aspects of the various project sites. Their philosophical ideas will be included in the overall cultural response.
Established programmatic priorities will be translated into specific schematic designs upon initiating each project. Public Involvement will be undertaken with the local community and Tribal leaders to translate these concepts into the final design process.
The plans and specifications for each project will be carefully reviewed to ensure that the programmatic priorities are properly and respectfully satisfied.
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Director of Native American Services
As an engineer involved in delivering a construction project, imagine if you could–before one shovelful of dirt has been moved–let your clients, stakeholders, and the public step into your design and experience it in true-to-scale, 360-degree panorama.
By giving them this experience early in the design process, you could sync up expectations early, enabling others to clearly visualize what the completed project will look like.
That’s the power of virtual reality.
The virtual reality experience can be delivered on your computer, on some mobile devices using Qk4’s virtual reality viewer, or projected onto a screen, say, during a public meeting.
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