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Episode 35: Ability To Organize and Evaluate Relevant Program Information [Podcast]

Organization is an important skill to have as an architect. We are always organizing, from floor plans to office files. We also organize for our clients as well when putting together a programming document.

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Podcast Episode 035.

  • Knowledge Statement #8: Ability to organize and evaluate relevant program information to prepare a Final Program Document
  • I discuss AIA Document B202 – Standard Form of Architect’s Services: Programming
  • I discuss the NEW show format – Knowledge Statements will be first!
  • I discuss the update to CAB’s List of Reference Materials
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4 comments… add one
Nevert Guirgis September 14, 2011, 3:28 pm

I like the new format David!!! You are doing such a great job with this and all your hard work is greatly appreciated!

David Doucette September 17, 2011, 9:53 pm

you’re very welcome Nevert! great to hear from you and I hope all is well!

david

Kristoffer Koster September 20, 2011, 10:42 pm

Thanks David for the new format. I appreciated all the other information and topics, but as the podcasts got older (i.e. one couldn’t apply for the Beta Version of your test bank) it became information that I had to skip through to get to the “meat” of the topic…

Keep up the great work!

Heather Singerman September 7, 2012, 7:47 pm

Wow, I had no idea that “visioning” was a word straight out of an AIA doc! My office does visioning sessions as part of starting work with a new client – we have a whole set of tools we go through during that session to try to understand the client (typ corporate interiors) so its cool to hear it used in contract language as well.

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