Monthly Archives: August 2009
Last Tuesday I had elective surgery to replace my right shoulder after putting it off for a decade. The surgery was a complete success and I look forward to updating the CFA Blog.
I have said numerous times lately that the lessons of this prolonged recession and necessity to achieve efficiency’s to survive will be a game changer for BIM acceptance in AEC firms. Everyday I see evidence supporting that. Here is a post from a firm in Salem, MA that agrees that BIM is key in moving
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJDeFT5em7M] via (bim)x
I came accross this beautiful house on the Karmatrendz Blog. If you like what you see click over there to see more pics and read the post.
As the owner of Consulting For Architects, I have had the opportunity and privilege to work with the architecture firm, Gwathmey Siegel from the mid nineties to present as a provider of staffing services. Mr. Gwathmey’s passing is a loss for his family, friends, firm and the profession and I hope to bring together some of the
This is a special building. I’ll let the photo’s speak for themselves… Check out the rest of the photos courtesy of the Daily Dose blog.