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Posted by  Donald on September 29, 2003 at 14:28:18:

In Reply to:  Roles of architect in the construction industry posted by Crazy Tung on September 29, 2003 at 00:44:11:

Check out careers in Construction Law through the American Bar Association in Chicago....or

a career in Insuring Construction and Building through the American Insurance Asociation in Washington DC...or

a career in Building Systems contracting through the Associated Speciality Contractors in Bethesda, MD...or

a career in Construction Financing through the American Bankers Association in Washington, DC and the United States League of Savings Institutions in New York ....or

Careers in Gerneral Construction Contracting through the Associated General Contractors of America in Washington, DC, and the Associated Builders and Contractors in Rosslyn,VA....or

Careers in Building Trades Department through the AFL-CIO in Washington, DC....or

That should give you a good start in a specific area of Construction "related" fields for Architects...as for the specifics of each, its up to you to do the research, as I'm not authorized to perform such tasks...Authorized people are only those who have been given the authority to perform tasks assigned to them regardless or what that taks may be.

 
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