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Conceptual Design is the first of the Acquisition Phase activities and is aimed at producing a clearly defined set of user requirements in functional terms at the system level.
The general outline of planned actions that will be taken to address a hazardous waste site, such as building a landfill cover system. The conceptual design is incorporated into detailed design documents during Remedial Design.
a usually an outline of key components and their arrangement with the details of the design left for a later stage
The first phase of design, in which drawings are the dominant tool and product. Usually, drawings in this phase are composed of simple, single-line floor plans, building sections, elevations, and site plans.
Design phase (also called Preliminary Design) that follows â€œSpace Program/Space Planning,â€ and precedes â€œSchematic Design.â€ Based on the space program this phase typically includes overall building layouts and block diagrams per functional area. Read more about Conceptual Design.
A major stage in the design process, through which the project team translates the business requirements into a common language to be shared by users and developers, and describes the feature set and/or usage scenarios that the solution must encompass.
Detailed design showing an object in question.