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Posted by  Per Corell on July 27, 2003 at 12:44:06:

In Reply to:  Re: ...just look at LIEBSKIND! posted by Richard Haut on July 27, 2003 at 05:16:18:

Hi
The pay pr. hour I seen published I consider as nonsense.
Who would emagine the pay for the WTC rebuild to be low ? and why shuld it be so , beside who need to care, as long as what is build, is this ansver, progress and a bright future and new technology that anyone profit,esp the future.
Who wouldn't ask the value of such project, as a persenteage if you are an architect ?
Im'e not sorry to say I don't belive the official hour pay for the architect times two and a halve, that seem so low, that it seem that now people shuldn't get paied ,producing progress and a trust in a new economy beside a trust in the future.
Realy, from my best knowleage, you order the materials and get a discount, then you earn this discount, acturly building the thing, isn't this how architects alway's progressed.
Don't WTC rebound offer the actural wizart this, then why even hire an Architect if the pay is so low ?

 
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