The assessment and improvement of existing facilities and infrastructure, known as “facilities architecture”, is a specialized practice that allows our team to distinguish between essential and elective project needs, provide value-based design solutions, and synthesize project needs from multiple stakeholders.
Our extensive experience with this type of on-call architecture enables Jones Payne to help clients understand and meet their current and future building needs. On-call projects are fast-paced and often limited in budget. We work collaboratively with municipalities, educational institutions and private clients, providing efficient and sustainable solutions that are delivered on-time and on-budget.
“…My wife and I cannot talk on the telephone while a plane takes off. We don’t miss the news on the TV, and the noise, while not eliminated, is certainly a livable situation. In the final analysis I am a satisfied customer and my wife and I thank all who made it possible.”
– RSIP participant, TF Green Airport
“Our family, and the community, are well served by the level of precision and professionalism the project personnel delivered. Thank you for your part, and please relay our appreciation to the various people involved.”
– Homeowner letter addressed to Monterey Regional Airport Director
“The Sound Insulation Estimator is the only comprehensive, self-guided tool of its kind available to a non-professional owner that provides the information normally available from architects, engineers, contractors, and acoustical consultants. Homeowners can quickly and easily enter information and receive a basic “acoustical upgrade” plan, including estimated costs, without having to involve a team of specialists.”
– Andrew Walter, Director of Information Management, Jones Payne