Monthly Archives: October 2014

Should Architecture and Engineering Firms Offer Program Management Services?

Architects and engineers have long complained about their relationships with program managers. “They challenge us on our fees. They don’t understand the value we provide. As owners’ representatives, they don’t do very much. I come away from a meeting, and … Continue reading

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The Professional Project Manager

I’m a staunch advocate for the professional project manager – not necessarily ones trained in architecture or engineering.  Too many architecture and engineering candidates with management talent have self-sorted out of the profession during their school years or have been … Continue reading

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