Project Management for Architects

AEC Project Management covers project management for architects, interior designers, engineers, and other construction professionals. The move from team member to project manager requires different skills. The following articles cover those new skills you need to advance in your career.

Calculating an Architecture Fee for Services
This guide covers architect fees: from how fees are structured, how to develop them, what is included in standard fees, things to consider when building a fee, and a discussion about typical fees.
Working with the entire design and client team to develop a solid plan for completing a project phase is critical for success both for you and your client. Start each phase with a kick-off meeting that will set the entire team (employees, consultants, clients) up for success. It makes the project manager's life a lot less stressful, too.
Project Scheduling Methods
An overview of the various planning and scheduling methods used in construction, including: Critical Path Method (CPM) and Resource Oriented Scheduling.
Construction Project Delivery Methods
There are a few common contractual arrangements or delivery methods used in construction. We'll address Design-Bid-Build, Construction Manager at Risk, Design Build, Integrated Project Delivery, and Public-Private-Partnerships
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