Richard Andron has practiced as an architect/developer
and architecture educator for 30 years. He has acted as his
own client on 80% of the projects he has designed. He no
longer advertises, nor does he seek, in any way,
conventional clients. He does not partner with developers.
His unique approach to architectural practice and
small-scale development can be a model for sole
practitioners and small firms struggling to compete for
conventional clients against ever-larger and stronger A/E
firms and Design/Build competitors.
Richard designs and develops residential and commercial
projects, for lease and for sale. His method minimizes
personal financial and professional liability risk. He
rarely invests his own cash, and seldom uses debt. He only
works on projects of his own choosing, over which he has
Richard is also a vastly experienced LEED consultant, and
has contributed to the LEED certification of small, medium
and large-scale projects throughout the US. He has presented
more than 150 LEED seminars. His experience as a frequent
lecturer and educator allows him to present his unique
philosophy of architectural practice in a clear, concise,
fast-moving, no-nonsense style.
In this 8-hour seminar, you will learn how Richard
reinvented his practice, and you will learn, step-by-step,
how you can establish or reinvent yours. This seminar is a
blueprint for professional and financial independence for
the sole practitioner or small firm.