Architectural Office Standards and Practices: A Practical User's Guide

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McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1995 - Architecture - 237 pages
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All the forms, letters, & checklists to run a successful design firm. Packed with all the vital data & tools you need to systemize operations & maximize efficiency in you office, Larry Jenks' Architectural Office Standards & Practices serves up the ready-to-use business forms, letters, & checklists for developing proper drawing coordination, setting up project "kick-off" meetings, staffing projects, streamlining project management, performing building code reviews, & administering & maintaining contracts. You'll find expert standardized forms & procedures that make short work of: building payment; applications; change orders; proposal requests; drawing identification; sheet design; redundancy; lettering; task assignments; meeting minutes; redline/check sets; project wrap-ups; & much more.

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Contents

Chapter One Standards and Conventions
1
Chapter Two Drawing Organization
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Chapter Three Standard Practices
20
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