It’s rare to have a blank slate for most projects, and a single project is rarely where things begin and end. Usually there are already unique situations in place such as a plot of land or existing buildings that have limitations, systems that already exist or may be relocated to a new space, and a history as to how we got to where we are today. All of these things are important to take into account because when we look at planning a project we also look at what we have to begin with, and where we want to be a year from now, five years from now and ten years from now. In today’s world of changing technology these things can be difficult to predict even two years from today, but if a project is planned properly then we can at least get off in the right direction, so that ten years from now that new technology will fit into the plan as though it existed today. But technology is only a part of the picture. When planning for a project there is also the human element to consider and if we forget to plan for the people that will be there, then whatever technology we provide may not be as effective as we need. Considerations for how an audience gets around in the space, where they park and even where are the bathrooms all factor into how we plan for a project, not just for today but for the future. If this is the thought process that you want for your project then let’s talk!