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Mastering construction drawings

Life of an Architect Podcast

Mastering construction drawings

By Bob Borson, FAIA | May 2, 2022

Fundamentally and at their essence, drawings are at the core of what architects do. They allow architects to have a conversation with clients, colleagues, contractors, and  developers without having to say a single word. But construction drawings are getting harder, the sets are getting bigger, more complicated, and we seem to have more issues than ever, according to Life of an Architect's Bob Borson, FAIA, and Andrew Hawkins, AIA. Welcome to Life of an Architect episode 99: construction drawings.



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