Raleigh, NC, July 21, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Dan Fields, AIA, principal and CMO at BJAC, pa (http://www.bjac.com), an architectural firm offering professional services for specialized, complex institutional projects, has announced the release of a podcast regarding project phasing. In this podcast, Dan Ludwig, an architect with the firm, discusses the importance of planning when undertaking a phased construction project. He explains how completing a renovation project in phases allows an owner the flexibility to determine what areas can be affected by a construction related shut down. Ludwig says that communication between the project manager and the owner is key to a successful phased construction project. This podcast can be found at: http://www.bjac.com/podcasts.
“At BJAC, we handle many phased projects and know first hand the value of well-executed phasing plan in offsetting the inconvenience and cost of a construction project,” said Ludwig. “Working closely with the owner during the design phase, we create a detailed plan and schedule that minimizes the impact of construction on operations, staff and budget.”
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Architectural firm BJAC, pa, offers professional services for specialized, complex institutional projects. The firm provides design expertise to healthcare, K-20 education, research, museum and municipal clients, along with a broad range of in-depth services, including architectural design, pre-design, programming, design, master planning, interior design, construction management, contract administration and design build. Established in 1994 by CEO and Managing Principal Lou Jurkowski, FAIA, BJAC is one of the largest woman-owned architectural design firms in the Southeast, with offices in Raleigh and Charlotte. In 2010, BJAC was awarded Firm of the Year by the North Carolina Chapter of The American Institute of Architects (AIANC). Most recently, the firm was awarded the 2011 Pinnacle Steady Growth and Profitability Master Award by the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce. For more information, please call BJAC at (919) 833-8818 or visithttp://www.bjac.com.
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