Excellence In Architectural Design
Kyle Jensen is an extraordinarily capable design architect and construction manager serving the Greater Orlando Area who has worked with Universal Studios, Disney, NASA and the Smithsonian Institution among others. Kyle has a rare technical competency and artistic strength that has produced several landmark buildings and new technologies in Central Florida and around the world. Kyle integrates art and sculpture in his buildings where appropriate which lends a very creative “fine art” feel to his work. Kyle has lived and worked professionally in the US, Europe and Asia and is fluent in a wide array of building types and design styles. When you choose to work with Kyle’s firm, you work with the Principal and that makes all the difference in a project’s timely design and execution.
Why Kyle Jensen?
Kyle’s practice is an excellent choice for clients that value economy and quality of construction. He offers Preliminary Professional Site Investigation and detailed reports for development projects for $250-$500. The Firm uses Sketch Up 3D modeling software to develop designs that show Clients exactly what it will be like to be, and walk around, in their project any time of day. Typically this costs $4,500 to $15,000 for a residence. We like to teach our clients to use the models on their own so they can participate in the design refinement process which we strive to make enjoyable. With a fixed design, we typically produce Construction Documents / Permit Drawings and many times provide construction management services. On residential projects, this delivery method eliminates the General Contractor and most of his 20%-25% Profit and Overhead, the single biggest line item on most projects.
Originally posted February 8, 2019 In the construction industry, new products and new techniques are developing very rapidly. The architects who are at the starting point of each structure produced by this industry should follow these developments very closely. I talked to Architect Kyle Jensen who likes to use new techniques in his own projects. […]