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Project Management In Architecture - rahul saini - 01-12-2015

Project Management In Architecture


Project management is also a significant term within architectural practice. In the execution of a project, the work of all disciplines and relationships needs to be orchestrated—architectural design, the coordination of other design disciplines, team members' design and drawing work, client relationships, time and fee tracking, etc., . This orchestration is achieved through the architectural project manger, a conductor of sorts. The goals of Project Management include the orchestration and integration of an overlapping set of issues including project scope, schedule and budgets, development of the design, management of the delivery team throughout the various phases of the project from inception to initial occupancy.



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RE: Project Management In Architecture - shailluis - 04-02-2015

I have been on the hunt for some project management software (web or locally based) that could help manage an Architectural of people with a couple of offices world wide.


RE: Project Management In Architecture - ashpreet - 07-16-2018

Agreed! Project Management is very important for any project.