In The Professional Practice of Landscape Architecture, Walter Rogers offers informed advice on the practice of landscape architecture and everything you need to know about managing a firm in this rewarding field. Written in an easy-to-read style. the book is packed with practical how-to information, including: * A history of the profession, as well as information on professional societies and ethics: * Private and public clients and projects: * Case studies of large, small, corporate, and multi-disciplinary firms: * Professional-practice relationships with owners, allied professionals, contractors, and the public: * Fund-raising and financing a firm: * Financial accounting and software: * Business administration and record keeping, including insurance, payroll administration, and employer's tax administration: * Marketing and promotion: * Contracts with clients, allied professionals, and employees: * Project management; * Business and personal law, including government regulatory laws and agencies; and * A sample construction services manual.A Complete Guide to Starting and Running Your Own Firm Walter Rogers ... Use the Ace forms provided in this manual. ... to enhance the chronological record of the project); date; project name and reference number; owner; contractor and original contract reference date; ... If minor changes do not affect the price, cost, or completion time, the Ace representative can authorize by letter, memo, or bulletin. a.
|Title||:||The Professionals Practice of Landscape Architecture|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1996-10-09|