11/19/2012

Educational Architecture: Architecture Resources for Enterprise Advantage


Taken from Introduction:
We often find it useful to look at building architecture and see if lessons learned there apply in our domain. Though there have been building architects for as long as we have built structures, the regulated profession of building architecture is less than 150 years old. Ancient, traditional cultures and languages used the same word for both builder and architect. Construction was an integrated craft. The master mason or carpenter knew how to design structures, estimate costs, assemble labor and materials, and manage the construction process from foundation to roof. With the industrial revolution came new materials, machines, techniques, regulations, etc. And along with all this came a proliferation of highly specialized subcontractors, who handled each specialized problem. This redefined the role of the general contractor, whose labor force built less and less of the building. The specialized details of construction became matters for experts while the role of the architect became more clearly focused on providing overall conception of structures, and managing the relationship between the client and the builder/contractor (Lewis, 1998). This manual presented by Bredemeyer Consulting.

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