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Architecture on the Edge: Integrated Practice

 

 

 

Podcast: 2006/6/28 - 22:50

Presenter: Norman Strong, FAIA

 

 

Norman Strong, FAIA, AIA National Vice President, managing partner of The Miller/Hull Partnership, recipient of the 2003 AIA National Firm Award. During his time as a regional direction on the national Board, Strong chaired the Project Delivery Task Group and the Integrated Practice Strategy Group and served on the Board Knowledge Discussion Group and Professional Interest Area Executive and Board Knowledge committees. Closer to home, he’s dedicated his time and talents to AIA Seattle as president, president-elect, treasurer, and to his community at the Seattle Architectural Foundation, the School of Architecture Advisory Council at Washington State University, and as YMCA Board chair. His firm is the recipient of more than 130 design awards and four AIA/COTE Top Ten Design Awards.

Technological evolution coupled with owner demand for better, faster, less costly construction projects more effective processes are driving change in the construction industry in general and in architecture practice in particular. Integrated Practice is the term the AIA is using to describe this new way of work. Integrated Practice is a new vision that leverages contribution of knowledge through the use of new technologies, allowing architects to better realize highest potentials as designers and collaborators.

 

 

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