February 4, 2022Reading Time: 2 minutes
Licensed architect and writer Farah Ahmad, interviewed AIA NJ Public Awareness Chair William J. .Martin, AIA, along with colleagues from across the country to gain perspective on changes to the Architectural Profession as a result of the prevalence of remote work that occurred in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Practitioners from all stages of their careers shared reports with Architect Magazine demonstrating the benefits and challenges that have resulted from the changes in business practice. Martin remarks, “I noticed the response time from both clients and consultants has increased slightly,” Martin says. “Additionally, more time is also needed to prepare a teleconference call instead of a simple phone call.” However, he adds, a teleconference with a visual presentation typically results in shorter and more productive meetings.
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By Stacey Ruhle Kliesch, AIA, AIA NJ Advocacy Consultant | Posted in Business | Tagged: #AIA, #AIANJ, #ColleagueCollaboration, #COVID19, #FarahAhmadRA, #ProfessionalPractice, #RemoteWork, ArchitectMagazine, Business, WilliamJMartinAIA | Comments (0)
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