Architect's Professional Practice Manual

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McGraw-Hill Education, Mar 30, 2000 - Architecture - 288 pages
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An all-in-one architectural practice toolkit! AIA Kemper Award winner James R. Franklin's Architect's Professional Practice Manual is a no-nonsense compendium of well-tested methods, valuable tips, and contracts, forms, checklists, and other tools in a graphics-oriented, at-a-glance format. Beginning with how to position yourself in the marketplace, it takes you through the entire process of marketing, pricing, negotiating, designing, and carrying out projects, showing you how to build repeat client business while maintaining your joy and profitability through exemplary practices. This lean-and-clean fieldbook stresses the project-driven principles of good practice, emphasizing collaborative behavior, doing right by the client and the people you work with and for, as a key to upward mobility.

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Contents

MAKING PROJECTS
1-1
THE TIME MONEY AND PEOPLE PART
2-2
About Money 2 12
2-17
Copyright

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James R. Franklin, FAIA, ASLA, has had an illustrious career as an architect, landscape architect, consultant, educator, trainer, and author. A practicing architect for 35 years, he led a firm that employed 85 people and won 18 design awards. A member of both the AIA and the ASLA, he edited the Eleventh Edition of the AIA's Architect's Handbook of Professional Practice and contributed major sections to the Twelfth. Named a Fellow of the AIA and the organization's first Resident Fellow, he has conducted numerous highly popular seminars for that group, the ASLA, and individual firms for many years. In 1995, he joined the faculty of California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. In 1999, he received the prestigious Edward C. Kemper Award from the AIA for exemplary service to his profession. He resides in San Luis Obispo, California.

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