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Construction Documents
1010401Construction Documents
<emphasis role="bold">DO YOUR RESEARCH</emphasis> Architects are trained to work from the general to the specific. They are taught to gather basic information about their client’s needs, project resources, and restrictions, and move toward a solution in ever-tightening circles of detail. This time-tested process works. What seems to have been forgotten in the rush of busy offices and tight schedules is the importance of understanding that a successful project occurs when the professionals involved focus on tw…
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Greg Winkler: Construction Administration for Architects. Construction Documents, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2009), AccessEngineering Export