Recent surveys of architects' workload have established that quite a number of architects are short of work and it seems unlikely that the profession will see any substantial increase over the next decade. Today's architects have therefore to give more time to actively seeking work and to the business and financial management of their practice. They also need to look critically at the legal basis of their practice to decide whether they may be better placed financially and legally running their practice as a limited or unlimited company rather than as a partnership. Most existing books on architectural practice pay little or no attention to the new pressures facing architects, nor to the new openings now available to architects such as development work. This book, written by a practising architect with a broad range of experience, should help all architects wanting to improve the running of their practice. It is particularly useful to those looking to expand a small practice and to students wanting a frank assessment of the difficulties - and rewards - of architectural practice.
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This book provides a practical and readable guide for architects keen to improve the running of their practice. The new edition includes details of recent developments, including mergers and acquisitions, collateral warranties and the European single market.
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1986. Book Condition: Fair. This book has soft covers. Ex-library, With usual stamps and markings, In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 3909133