This is one of our B2B (business-to-business) web pages. If you’re an owner looking for information about our architecture services and related topics, please visit our Start Here web page. If you’re a business or civic leader, this page is for you!
As business and civic leaders, you’re often thrust into leadership situations that require you to address complex issues like architecture and urban planning. Whether your role is planning a project or addressing a crisis, it’s important to have an existing relationship with an experienced advocate so the first part of your response isn’t a learning curve.
A Reciprocal Relationship
We enjoy comparing notes with the business and civic leaders in our network because of the fellowship and education – we always learn something by sharing our network and experience. We’re happy to forecast emerging issues and talk through possible solutions for existing and expected challenges.
As architects, we bring a unique skill set to our relationship. We’re trained to solve complex issues though we’re also trained to distill and communicate those solutions graphically in a manner that doesn’t require us to be there to explain it. If a picture is worth a thousand words, how many pages of writing can a well-crafted diagram save you?
Education is our passion because it empowers people to make informed decisions in a timely manner. As simple as that sounds, it’s the most significant way that we can serve our community and be respectful of all the wonderful opportunities our communities enjoy.
We’d be happy to speak with you about addressing an issue in your community if you’d like some assitance. The single moms course described on our speaking page is a great example of how we serve our community outside of the technical education we provide for professional associations and convention planners.
We’ve been successful in guiding a public process for the revision of existing law. Bringing together a group of professional organizations to solve an issue creates accountability, inclusion and political capital at the same time. We’d be happy to share our experience and insight with you.
Our community service and government affairs work has given us an understanding of your commitment and sacrifices. Thanks for your service to your community. Let us know how we can help, whether it’s a visit over an occasional cup of coffee or if you’d like to discuss something specific.
If we don’t already know you, please take a moment to send us a note through our Contact page and use our social media links to get connected. You can also find more information on our Services page. Thanks!