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4 Ways to Keep Your Commercial Architecture Design Costs Down
Posted September 14, 2017 | Permalink

True or False? Working with an architect may actually save you money.

Believe it or not, this is true.

You’ll pay a fee for your architect’s services, but that fee could be considerably less than the possible overrun, fines, and delay costs your commercial architecture project might face if your building design
has flaws.

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The Role of the Architect in School Design and Construction
Posted August 22, 2017 | Permalink

Schools have to adhere to many requirements in terms of their safety standards, costs, and functionality. School projects must adhere to regulations and flow more smoothly, an architect help with the planning and management processes. School architecture involves coordinating complex arrangements to achieve a very precise result. With a knowledgeable professional to help make the necessary preparations and oversee the process, things can be greatly simplified....

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Sports Architecture Materials Drive Innovative Designs
Posted August 10, 2017 | Permalink

While building designs have progressed in all areas of architecture, sports architecture has been particularly popular for promoting innovation and change within the field.

The size and requirements for sports stadiums are unique, and it has pressed designers to discover new ways to do things. The use of new materials and design strategies in sports architecture has meant big
changes in the costs associated with buildings, as well as the sustainability they offer.

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How Materials Impact the Cost of Your Commercial Architecture Project
Posted July 28, 2017 | Permalink

Imagine for a moment that you are preparing for a wedding. You meet with a planner who goes over your options and works to give you exactly what you want for your big day while staying within your budget. The planner helps you rest assured that your wedding will be as you imagined and a plan you can actually achieve. Believe it or not, architects think in the same way. When planning your commercial architecture project, they will take a variety of factors into consideration to design the typ...

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New Sports Facilities Drive Interest in Architecture
Posted July 13, 2017 | Permalink

There are fewer projects that can turn heads like a large sports arena. The recent projects at Jacksonville State are excellent local examples of this, as well as nationally known venues like AT&T Stadium in Dallas and the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Designed to house thousands of fans and host important athletic events, sports stadiums are a big deal in the field of commercial architecture. The sub-field of sports architecture has driven up interest in building design. The scope and risks...

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