A million choices

It's December, the holidays are everywhere, and the deadlines are relentless in their quest for completion.  It seems as though every project I am working on has someone consistently asking for an answer to the most question the world has ever seen and could cause the entire project to collapse.  Or at least until tomorrow's …

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Starlight, moonlight – tick tock

I've really only worked for 4 different firms in my career, and 3 of them had pretty much the same philosophy about moonlighting.  As long as it doesn't compete with the types of projects the firm does, than by all means, knock yourself out.  The 4th firm I was with was during undergrad and if I …

I am in

Three little words, that's all you get. Another #ArchiTalks blog is upon us and this time the challenge Bob has put forth is to come up with your three favorite words. There has already been a debate as to whether or not that meant your favorite three word phrase or three individual words. Since no one is …

My top reasons why every architect needs to become a mentor.

As all soon to be architects work their way from internship to licensure, they must find someone to vouch for both the type and amount of work they are involved in. A lot of the time this is simply just going over time sheets and some quick discussions over what phase the project was in …