Monthly Archives: March 2014

Project Management: Expect the Unexpected

I just listened to a webinar sponsored by the Stanford Center for Professional Development. The speaker was Sam L. Savage and the topic was “Managing Project Uncertainty”. Dr. Savage uses humor and his catch-phrase “the flaw of averages” to explain … Continue reading

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The Dangerous Impacts of Illegal Construction

We just got a call from a potential client who wants to get her home “legalized”.  Legalization is a process whereby an architect works with the owner and the permitting City or County agency to identify construction defects and have … Continue reading

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