BUDGET: $30 max (do not try to squeeze for more money once you accept)
1) Take existing hand drawn floor plan (attached) and provide a detailed professional computerized drawn "2D floor plan and 3D floor plan" of the space to scale using measurements provided. Provide raw file in SketchUp or another drafting software as well as PDF format. Note that the hand drawn sketch is not scaled, but the measurements should be fairly accurate. The hand drawn measurements are drawn with +3/-3 inch allowance (they are not exact).
This is the first part of the job, once I approve this - I would like to start the 2nd part.
2) Once completed, I would like you to develop 3 different and unique designs to utilize this space as a "Massage Parlor, Esthetics, Spa" type of business. Note that the design must incorporate as few renovations as possible so as to save on cost/money while best utilizing the space available in the most efficient way.
Note that the front of the building has 2 doors with the side entrance on the right. The left side of the building facing the front doors has the most easily accessible plumbing which might be important to your design with cost savings in mind.
I will need you to work with me on REVISIONS until we get this right. I will try to keep revisions to a minimum.
Each design must have at least:
1) 5 or more usable rooms that have both a shower and a sink.
2) Reception/greeting area to meet clients before escorting to the massage room.
Other important information:
1) Showers (should fit 2 people at least)....I estimate the measurement of the shower space to be 4 feet x 3.5 feet (but I will leave this to you - you can see the size of the showers on the website above). The showers should be durable perhaps of ceramic tile (I will leave this to you).
2) Massage table: the largest table is 40inches in width, 78 inches in length.
3) Space for a regular sized chair, wall hook and shelf to place coat and personal belongings, massage oils, towel,
4) Sink + cabinet with paper towel dispenser or towel to wash/dry hands.
5) Each shower should have a bathroom fan or some type of ventilation output to push humid air outside of the room. What would you recommend - a simple bathroom fan, or something else?
6) A space for the washer and dryer (stackable) and small space for towels, robes etc... there is already a place for a washer and dryer.