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Construction Budget Cheat Sheet Construction Budget Cheat Sheet

Guest blogger Kevin Eckert shares this methods for making sure a project budget is do-able. More

Using Hand Drawing to Market Your Architecture Firm
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Using Hand Drawing to Market Your Architecture Firm

Guest blogger Mark R. LePage in praise of drawing by hand. More

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Notes on Perfection Notes on Perfection

A design-builder reflects on the holy grail. More

Clear Estimates Software Covers 12,000 Parts
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Clear Estimates Software Covers 12,000 Parts

Easy-to-use software with plenty of customization options lets users pull... More

Reusing Stone and Brick
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Reusing Stone and Brick

Advice on where and when to save brick and stone, how to maintain it throughout... More

Practice: The Great Exchange
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Practice: The Great Exchange

In the right environment, architects can do better wotk together than by themselves. More

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the sliding scale the sliding scale

Smaller projects mean more client interviews, thinner profit margins, and more jobs starting and stopping. More

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Economic Confidence Mixed Among Affluents

Affluent consumers' attitudes toward the economy are looking up, but they still want value from their purchases and are more focused on living within their means. More

David Baud
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David Baud

Hard times bring hard choices, and David Baud has faced his share lately. More

Terry Wardell
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Terry Wardell

When we featured Terry Wardell as our 2004 Custom Builder of the Year, his top-end... More

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