4 Conversations Architects Must Have with Clients Before Starting a Green Building Project
To successfully deliver any architecture project, you know how important it is to scrutinize every detail – from concept to construction. You strive to keep your customers informed about every aspect of the project, and you ask the right questions to keep your project on-time and on-budget. But sometimes expectations don’t match reality. Take green building: the climate or location may influence materials or design in ways your client hasn’t considered. Effective communication can be the key to a successful project. Before starting a green building project, here are four conversations you need to have with your client.
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