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Architecture vs. Engineering: Solutions for Harmonious Collaboration

As an architect, you are likely to agree it’s essential that architects and engineers working on a building project can collaborate well as partners. But often engineering and architecture professionals have differing work styles and professional identities, not to mention mind-sets. Yet despite the differences in opinion, the reality is that architects and engineers have to communicate and collaborate effectively for a project to be completed on time and on budget. Innovations in design technology can help you see eye-to-eye with engineers or other project team members to help foster better collaboration at all stages of the design process.

Architecture vs. Engineering


Solutions For Harmonious Collaboration

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Architecture vs. engineering: Solutions for harmonious collaboration

No architect works alone; you have many partners on any building project. Read these ideas to improve collaboration and work better together.

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