Ensuring that your procurement policy aligns with more than just the bottom line will not only enhance the value of procurement, it elevates the value of the organization. Continue reading Progressive Procurement – Why Your Procurement Policy Needs More Than Just a Savings Target.
In last week’s article, I asserted that Architects are uniquely qualified to coordinate the various building systems of a project. … Continue reading Should you hire an engineer directly or through an architect
As part of this multi-part series on the most common construction permits, this entry addresses the 6 considerations of work permits. Click … Continue reading When do You Need a Permit? (Part 4) Work Permits
As part of a multi-part series about the most common types of permits this entry addresses the 6 considerations of … Continue reading When do You Need a Permit? (Part 3) Plan Approval
This series will discuss the three most common approvals you might need. Continue reading When do You Need a Permit? (Part 1)
These transgressions make bad first impressions and sometimes cause potential new Clients to simply move on. Continue reading Open Letter to My Fellow Architects. How Not to Turn Off Potential Clients.
The articles goes on to correlate corruption practices in dozens of European Countries with single source procurement. Continue reading Corruption in government procurement! The case against single source awards.