Integrating Diverse Specializations for Optimized Design
The Integrative Design Process (IDP) is a form of study in in-depth project design.
IDP involves discovery processes across participating departments to achieve inherently democratic solutions from a cross section of stakeholders. This feature extracts inter-relationships and creates synergies between operational and/or logistical processes.
IDP is commonly used in policy design, in new building projects, and preparation of building retrofitting.
Key benefits of IDP are:
- Achieves CAPEX and OPEX Savings from resource streamlining
- Reduces inputs and burdens on natural resources, encourages use of sustainable resource alternatives
- Reduces use of embodied carbon
- Reduces relative weights of Scope 1, 2 & 3 carbon emissions by revealing opportunities for correction
- Results in organisational learning, improvement, innovation and in branding opportunities.
- Contributes positively to Brand Equity, organizational fidelity, a sense of ownership and organizational resilience
- Is straightforward in being charged on outright consultancy fees vs. performance contracts
IDP is designed to be cost-effective, environmentally effective and financially and economically sound. However, IDP is most remarkable in its potential to create outcomes that stand the test of time. We have a record of IDP studies. Contact us for a meeting to determine how IDP can work for you.