“More than just part of your design team…”

The architect is without doubt one of the most important and influential professionals on any development project, and their input and influence can extend well beyond the design process. But for both new and existing developers, how do they know if they’re getting the best out of that relationship, and what mistakes do developers commonly make when engaging the services of an architect?

Mike Sandhu, director of architects SC Architecture pops into the studio to share his invaluable insight into the 5 key things that developers most often get wrong when working with architects. He also explains how the right architect can help you with a lot more than simply drawing up plans, and what you need to think about when getting an architect involved during the early stages of a project.

We also discover that by complete coincidence Mike suffers from a similar affliction to Ritchie, albeit with slightly more taste.

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Hosts: Ian Child and Ritchie Clapson



Guest: Mike Sandhu, SC Architecture


You can contact SC Architects on 023 8026 9222 or by email at info@sc-architecture.co.uk






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