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Client/ Architect Relationship

joseph99

As professionals architect  has a responsibility to coach our clients about the architect's role and responsibility as well as the design and construction process. Cultivating an environment of education fosters trust, creates good communication, relieves frustration, and builds successful relationships with our clients. A good working relationship between the architect and client is crucial to the success of any project. When working with an architect, the value is there from the start in terms of time and money saved during the project.

 
Feb 24, 20 9:28 am
Non Sequitur

Cool story.  Is there a question in this statement?

Feb 24, 20 10:15 am  · 
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OP should start a blog here, he could call it clueless platitudes

Feb 24, 20 2:33 pm  · 
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geezertect

Already a saturated market.

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leonizer

I was hoping for a sexual story.....

Feb 24, 20 8:56 pm  · 
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bowling_ball

I don't know. Sounds pretty kinky to me.

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midlander

just a bot testing us.

Feb 24, 20 9:23 pm  · 
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proto

we've all probably worked for ourselves & likely serviced ourselves too

Feb 25, 20 11:59 am  · 
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tduds

Been told to go service myself on more than a few occasions.

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proto

client? or architect?

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Chad Miller

I only give 'service' to my 'clients' for a fee. I'm a whore.

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RickB-Astoria

What if you are your own client, Chad?

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I’ve been 'serviced' by more than one client. Fortunately not at the same time.

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RobertoMoody

relationship between the two of you is important.

Apr 6, 20 9:35 am  · 
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