What's New In Monograph

What's New In Monograph

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hosted by:
Helen Lummis

Helen Lummis

Customer Success

@

Monograph

Chris Morgan

Chris Morgan

Product

@

Monograph

James Blythe, AIA, LEED AP

James Blythe, AIA, LEED AP

Principal

@

Level Architecture + Interiors

Adam Gayle

Adam Gayle

Principal

@

Level Architects + Interiors

Rachel Ebner

Rachel Ebner

Partner, Director of Development

@

carbon design & architecture

Sean Williams, AIA

Sean Williams, AIA

Founder, Principal

@

carbon design & architecture

date / time:

December 8, 2022 12:00 PM

PT

resources:

What's New in Monograph—Join us on Thursday, Dec 8th for a live webinar about big improvements coming to Monograph based on feedback from architecture firm leaders like you.

Reduce business risks in your architecture firm—Discover the newest features in Monograph for increasing your success in 2023 and learn from 4 Monograph customers in a live discussion about:

  • Don't learn the business side of architecture alone—What happens when friends from school have a career-long relationship of sharing insights and figuring out the business side together, but in their own practice?
  • Hiring an operations leader in your small firm—What happens when you have a business professional and a principal architect deeply aligned on success in your architecture business through Monograph?
  • Reduce your risk of PMs overspending budgets—Centralize your contracted fees for all projects in the firm. When you give your PMs easy tools for making transparent plans for your internal team and outside consultants, you and your PMs can make better budget decisions and increase efficiency across each phase from planned to paid.
  • Reduce your risk of client disputes and slow payments—When you invoice your clients for consultant fees, you want the flexibility to show or hide your consultants based on your client's needs. Some clients want simplicity. Other clients require transparency. With Monograph, you get flexibility, and with the internal tracking you need to improve performance.

Here's the truth—you don't learn about project financials and practice operations in architecture school. You only learn it out here in the profession. And you often learn it alone, because you don't get the structured mentorship that other professions have on how to build a company.

We need to change that—That's why on Dec. 8th, we will chat with 4 Monograph customers from two different offices about learning the business side of architecture together, and their success stories in using Monograph to improve their business.

Meet the 4 Monograph customers who will join the live discussion:

James Blythe, AIA, LEED AP—Principal at Level Architecture + Interiors. James is a very design oriented architect, with a strong interest in sustainability and emerging green technologies. Always willing to listen and work with the ideas presented by the client and the builder, he enjoys having the chance to take the project to the next level, and constantly seeks new ways of improving not only his firm but our profession as a whole. Having certified 15+ LEED projects to date, James relishes the opportunity to improve the built environment in a sustainable way.

Adam Gayle—Principal at Level Architecture + Interiors, a full-service Architecture and Interiors firm in Gainesville, Florida. Adam is a firm believer in the 80-20 rule – “What is the fundamental (and often repeatable) 20% of work that get us 80% to the finish line?” So that we can conversely spend 80% of our time resolving the 20% of true design challenges (the fun stuff!). Adam has over thirteen years of experience in commercial, institutional, residential, government, sports and community facilities, and is adept in design concept development and construction documentation using BIM management tools.

Sean Williams, AIA—Founder and Principal at Carbon Design & Architecture. Sean is an enthusiastic and accomplished architect with many years of progressive design experience and comprehensive expertise in LEED, the Living Building Challenge, consulting, biomimicry principals in design, sustainable design, architectural design, problem-solving, and various computer technologies for the architecture profession. Sean's design experiences include the Dali Museum, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, USF Interdisciplinary Science building, Sports Oriented Development plan for the City of St. Petersburg and the St. Petersburg College Green Living Demonstration Center.

Rachel Ebner—Partner and Director of Development at Carbon Design + Architecture. Her main responsibilities include strategic growth and client development. Prior to joining Carbon, she spent time with an engineering firm and general contractor, which gives her a broad perspective on the construction industry.

Register now to watch live or get the recording after!

date / time:

December 8, 2022 12:00 PM

PST

Helen Lummis

Helen Lummis

Customer Success

@

Monograph

Chris Morgan

Chris Morgan

Product

@

Monograph

James Blythe, AIA, LEED AP

James Blythe, AIA, LEED AP

Principal

@

Level Architecture + Interiors

Adam Gayle

Adam Gayle

Principal

@

Level Architects + Interiors

Rachel Ebner

Rachel Ebner

Partner, Director of Development

@

carbon design & architecture

Sean Williams, AIA

Sean Williams, AIA

Founder, Principal

@

carbon design & architecture

resources:
resources:
hosted by:
Helen Lummis

Helen Lummis

Customer Success

@

Monograph

Chris Morgan

Chris Morgan

Product

@

Monograph

James Blythe, AIA, LEED AP

James Blythe, AIA, LEED AP

Principal

@

Level Architecture + Interiors

Adam Gayle

Adam Gayle

Principal

@

Level Architects + Interiors

Rachel Ebner

Rachel Ebner

Partner, Director of Development

@

carbon design & architecture

Sean Williams, AIA

Sean Williams, AIA

Founder, Principal

@

carbon design & architecture

date / time:

December 8, 2022 12:00 PM

PST

resources:

What's New in Monograph—Join us on Thursday, Dec 8th for a live webinar about big improvements coming to Monograph based on feedback from architecture firm leaders like you.

Reduce business risks in your architecture firm—Discover the newest features in Monograph for increasing your success in 2023 and learn from 4 Monograph customers in a live discussion about:

  • Don't learn the business side of architecture alone—What happens when friends from school have a career-long relationship of sharing insights and figuring out the business side together, but in their own practice?
  • Hiring an operations leader in your small firm—What happens when you have a business professional and a principal architect deeply aligned on success in your architecture business through Monograph?
  • Reduce your risk of PMs overspending budgets—Centralize your contracted fees for all projects in the firm. When you give your PMs easy tools for making transparent plans for your internal team and outside consultants, you and your PMs can make better budget decisions and increase efficiency across each phase from planned to paid.
  • Reduce your risk of client disputes and slow payments—When you invoice your clients for consultant fees, you want the flexibility to show or hide your consultants based on your client's needs. Some clients want simplicity. Other clients require transparency. With Monograph, you get flexibility, and with the internal tracking you need to improve performance.

Here's the truth—you don't learn about project financials and practice operations in architecture school. You only learn it out here in the profession. And you often learn it alone, because you don't get the structured mentorship that other professions have on how to build a company.

We need to change that—That's why on Dec. 8th, we will chat with 4 Monograph customers from two different offices about learning the business side of architecture together, and their success stories in using Monograph to improve their business.

Meet the 4 Monograph customers who will join the live discussion:

James Blythe, AIA, LEED AP—Principal at Level Architecture + Interiors. James is a very design oriented architect, with a strong interest in sustainability and emerging green technologies. Always willing to listen and work with the ideas presented by the client and the builder, he enjoys having the chance to take the project to the next level, and constantly seeks new ways of improving not only his firm but our profession as a whole. Having certified 15+ LEED projects to date, James relishes the opportunity to improve the built environment in a sustainable way.

Adam Gayle—Principal at Level Architecture + Interiors, a full-service Architecture and Interiors firm in Gainesville, Florida. Adam is a firm believer in the 80-20 rule – “What is the fundamental (and often repeatable) 20% of work that get us 80% to the finish line?” So that we can conversely spend 80% of our time resolving the 20% of true design challenges (the fun stuff!). Adam has over thirteen years of experience in commercial, institutional, residential, government, sports and community facilities, and is adept in design concept development and construction documentation using BIM management tools.

Sean Williams, AIA—Founder and Principal at Carbon Design & Architecture. Sean is an enthusiastic and accomplished architect with many years of progressive design experience and comprehensive expertise in LEED, the Living Building Challenge, consulting, biomimicry principals in design, sustainable design, architectural design, problem-solving, and various computer technologies for the architecture profession. Sean's design experiences include the Dali Museum, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, USF Interdisciplinary Science building, Sports Oriented Development plan for the City of St. Petersburg and the St. Petersburg College Green Living Demonstration Center.

Rachel Ebner—Partner and Director of Development at Carbon Design + Architecture. Her main responsibilities include strategic growth and client development. Prior to joining Carbon, she spent time with an engineering firm and general contractor, which gives her a broad perspective on the construction industry.

Register now to watch live or get the recording after!

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What's New in Monograph—Join us on Thursday, Dec 8th for a live webinar about big improvements coming to Monograph based on feedback from architecture firm leaders like you.

Reduce business risks in your architecture firm—Discover the newest features in Monograph for increasing your success in 2023 and learn from 4 Monograph customers in a live discussion about:

  • Don't learn the business side of architecture alone—What happens when friends from school have a career-long relationship of sharing insights and figuring out the business side together, but in their own practice?
  • Hiring an operations leader in your small firm—What happens when you have a business professional and a principal architect deeply aligned on success in your architecture business through Monograph?
  • Reduce your risk of PMs overspending budgets—Centralize your contracted fees for all projects in the firm. When you give your PMs easy tools for making transparent plans for your internal team and outside consultants, you and your PMs can make better budget decisions and increase efficiency across each phase from planned to paid.
  • Reduce your risk of client disputes and slow payments—When you invoice your clients for consultant fees, you want the flexibility to show or hide your consultants based on your client's needs. Some clients want simplicity. Other clients require transparency. With Monograph, you get flexibility, and with the internal tracking you need to improve performance.

Here's the truth—you don't learn about project financials and practice operations in architecture school. You only learn it out here in the profession. And you often learn it alone, because you don't get the structured mentorship that other professions have on how to build a company.

We need to change that—That's why on Dec. 8th, we will chat with 4 Monograph customers from two different offices about learning the business side of architecture together, and their success stories in using Monograph to improve their business.

Meet the 4 Monograph customers who will join the live discussion:

James Blythe, AIA, LEED AP—Principal at Level Architecture + Interiors. James is a very design oriented architect, with a strong interest in sustainability and emerging green technologies. Always willing to listen and work with the ideas presented by the client and the builder, he enjoys having the chance to take the project to the next level, and constantly seeks new ways of improving not only his firm but our profession as a whole. Having certified 15+ LEED projects to date, James relishes the opportunity to improve the built environment in a sustainable way.

Adam Gayle—Principal at Level Architecture + Interiors, a full-service Architecture and Interiors firm in Gainesville, Florida. Adam is a firm believer in the 80-20 rule – “What is the fundamental (and often repeatable) 20% of work that get us 80% to the finish line?” So that we can conversely spend 80% of our time resolving the 20% of true design challenges (the fun stuff!). Adam has over thirteen years of experience in commercial, institutional, residential, government, sports and community facilities, and is adept in design concept development and construction documentation using BIM management tools.

Sean Williams, AIA—Founder and Principal at Carbon Design & Architecture. Sean is an enthusiastic and accomplished architect with many years of progressive design experience and comprehensive expertise in LEED, the Living Building Challenge, consulting, biomimicry principals in design, sustainable design, architectural design, problem-solving, and various computer technologies for the architecture profession. Sean's design experiences include the Dali Museum, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, USF Interdisciplinary Science building, Sports Oriented Development plan for the City of St. Petersburg and the St. Petersburg College Green Living Demonstration Center.

Rachel Ebner—Partner and Director of Development at Carbon Design + Architecture. Her main responsibilities include strategic growth and client development. Prior to joining Carbon, she spent time with an engineering firm and general contractor, which gives her a broad perspective on the construction industry.

Register now to watch live or get the recording after!

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