Project Management for Interior Architects

ARCH X 498.2
Master of Interior Architecture. This course provides a detailed exploration of the various phases of an interior architecture project, distinguishing between residential and commercial, as well as differing methods relating to small and large offices.
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About this course:

This course provides a detailed exploration of the various phases of an interior architecture project, distinguishing between residential and commercial, as well as differing methods relating to small and large offices. Starting with the designer/client contract, this course covers the construction/implementation process, estimating, scheduling, risk avoidance, and staffing issues. Students collaborate in teams and also work as individuals to create standard documents and checklists.

Suggested Prerequisites

It is advisable that you complete the following (or equivalent) since they are prerequisites for Project Management for Interior Architects.

X 430C Interior Architecture Studio III or consent of program advisor. This is a required course in the Master of Architecture degree program.

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What you will learn.

  • Understand the designer/client contract
  • Learn about the construction and implementation process
  • Address risk avoidance, estimating, scheduling, and staffing issues
  • Create standard documents and checklists
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