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Written by The American Institute of Architects, this is the definitive textbook on practice issues written specifically for architecture students. Specifically written for emerging architects, this is the first unabbreviated guide specifically for architecture students about to begin their careers. It is required reading in a professional practice course that architecture students must take within their final two years of school.
Table of Contents
|About the Student Handbook|
|Architecture as a Profession|
|Ethics and Professional Conduct|
|AIA Code of Ethics|
|Leadership as a Vocation|
|Participating in Professional Organizations|
|Legal Dimensions of Practice|
|Architects and the Law|
|Copyright and Intellectual Property in the Digital Age|
|Regulation of Professional Practice|
|Mandatory Continuing Education|
|Developing Leadership Skills|
|Developing a Practice|
|Starting an Architecture Firm|
|Firm Legal Structure|
|Firm Identity and Expertise|
|Establishing a Niche Practice|
|Marketing Planning and Strategy|
|How Clients Select Architects|
|Running a Practice|
|Financial Management Systems|
|Computerized Financial Systems|
|Maintaining Financial Health|
|Risk Management Strategies|
|How to Use Risk Assessment Matrixes|
|Managing and Avoiding Disputes|
|Computer Technology in Practice|
|Building Information Modeling|
|Defining Project Services|
|Architectural Services and Compensation|
|Analysis and Research|
|Environmentally Preferable Product Selection|
|Life Cycle Costing|
|Project Delivery Methods|
|Design-Build Project Delivery|
|Integrated Project Delivery|
|The U.S. National CAD Standard|
|Bidding or Negotiation Phase|
|Construction Contract Administration|
|The Effective Project Manager|
|Managing Architectural Projects|
|Construction Cost Management|
|Maintaining Design Quality|
|Building Codes and Regulations|
|Community Planning Controls|
|Building Codes and Standards|
|The International Building Code|
|Contracts and Agreements|
|Types of Agreements|
|Agreements with Owners|
|Project Design Team Agreements|
|AIA Contract Documents|
|The AIA Documents Program|
|2007 AIA Contract Documents|
|AIA Contract Documents Synopses by Family|
|Resources for Intern Architects|
|The Intern Development Program (IDP)|
|The Emerging Professional's Companion|
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