Thursday, May 5, 2011
Noon-1:30pm. Host: Juliana Brodsky, Assoc. AIA
For small firm owners, breaking in to a new area of work or larger-scale projects can be difficult. One way is to partner with another firm, architect, or professional outside of architecture. We’ll discuss Small Firm Forum members’ experiences, how to find a partner or team, legal issues, and how to work jointly.
Free for AIA members/$3 non-members. BYO lunch.
1.5 LU Hours
|Learning Objective 1:||Attendees will understand how to control document quality when the documents "live" at various times in different locations.|
|Learning Objective 2:||Attendees will be able to state what forms of team communications predominate and when these forms introduce special risks not normally found when a project is produced within a single office.|
|Learning Objective 3:||Attendees will be able to state benefits for clients from peer level collaborative teams in comparison to the traditional organizations of resources in an office.|
|Learning Objective 4:||Attendees will be able to state three ways to divide responsibilities and when they require formal contracts.|