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What developers and property owners really want from AEC firms

Calling all real estate developers, building owners, and facilities directors, BD+C editors would like your expertise and input for our "What Owners Want" editorial research project.


By Robert Cassidy, Executive Editor  | December 16, 2020
What developers and property owners really want from AEC firms

Photo: Ronald Carreño from Pixabay

   

Calling all real estate developers, building owners, and facilities directors, on behalf of my fellow editors at Building Design+Construction, I’d like to invite you – or the appropriate member of your organization – to participate in a short but valuable survey: “What Building Owners + Developers Want from Their Design and Construction Project Teams.”

This survey is for an editorial research project by the BD+C editors that will be published in the February 2021 issue of BD+C, with extended coverage online at BDCnetwork.com throughout February and March. 

PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a solicitation for sponsorship. There is no cost to your organization.

The survey takes about 3 minutes. By participating, you will gain several exclusive benefits:
• You will get all the data – at no cost – before it is published, without having to register. Others will have to register and pay a fee to get all the data.
• You will discover the most crucial criteria for selecting architects, construction firms, and specialty subcontractors for your projects.
• You will gain insight about the most popular strategies real estate owners and developers are using to achieve building operating efficiency, sustainability, and occupier wellness.
• You will learn how other real estate organizations have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In short, you will gain big ideas and hard data that your organization can use to create even more successful projects in the future.

Your responses will be 100% confidential. All data will be agglomerated for anonymity.

 

 

(Click here to take the survey if the button does not work.)

 

Thanks for your time and valuable input! 

:rob

Robert Cassidy

Executive Editor, Building Design+Construction

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