Based on Daniel Tal’s upcoming book, Rendering in SketchUp (Wiley & Sons, February 2013), the one hour webinar provides a concise and detailed overview on how to generate a photorealistic rendering from a SketchUp model.With a focus on process, Daniel will review how…See More
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Hi Jay! Welcome to the lounge! I appreciated your comment about Construction Management and Billing!
I am definitely interested in what you have to say as we are making a transition from what Chis is doing (Acting as General Contracting and marking up his subs to charging the client up front for the costs and getting competitive bids on everything.....it seems to be working so much better that way....then you really become the owners representative and have their best interest at heart instead of them seeing you making money off of the subs.....) What other insight and experience can you share with me that will help us improve the percentage that our clients will want us to work for them.....What kind of a percentage do you charge to your clients and why?
I recently acquired a copy of LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE: DOCUMENTATION STANDARDS (WILEY) in the hope of improving the quality of my team's construction document organisation and production.It's a fantastic book but one reference puzzled me.On several…Continue
I have an outdoor space connected to the house in souther California that receives sun in the late morning to the late afternoon. I'd like to create shelter by planting a vine on suspended wires forming a pergola over the space which faces…Continue
Hi there, I'm wondering if anyone can offer some resources for how Landscape Architecture might be used to remediate oil sands sites? Everything I've found so far is generally experimental, and given my lack of knowledge, I'm having trouble finding…Continue