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We have seen many proposals in the commercial interior designer industry. Below is an example of an elaborate one that will help you to think of what you will need to ask your interior designers during the interview process. Because hiring a commercial interior designer doesn't have to be hard (negotiating the tenant improvement allowance is the hard part).
As the design firm in charge of the project we will best conduct the move and relocation. Having placed all of the furniture and equipment on the drawings and knowing specifically where each belongs, it is in our client's best interest to have us tagged furniture and equipment prior to that. This process provides an integral crosscheck between what exists versus our drawings, allowing our last-minute correction before the audience. This process eliminates additional moving costs through double rooms and mitigates employee frustration.
Payment terms are net 30 upon receipt of invoice progress payments are invoiced monthly based on the percentage of work completed.
All changes to the proof layout after working drawings have begun and or changes to the working drawings and specifications after either has been issued for pricing would be considered as additional work and charged at $120 per hour for design and $140 per hour for project management. All revisions and/or additional service requests will be submitted for approval prior to commencement of work the nature of these changes include but are not limited to the following requirements to satisfy client requests, satisfy engineering issues, to meet schedules and to conform to building code.
Are in addition to the quoted fees and are billed monthly as disbursement costs. Project related expenses include but are not limited to permit costs, taxes, parking and travel at $.65 per mile, printing, faxing and courier charges.