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March 20


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About the webinar

Ever wondered what it takes to thrive in architecture project management? 

Join us for our inaugural roundtable discussion featuring four accomplished architects from Plunkett Raysich Architects (PRA).

We understand architects navigate a complex world of project and document management – requiring efficient systems to handle everything from initial designs to construction completion.

The field is constantly evolving with new tools and technologies emerging to streamline workflows, improve collaboration, and enhance communication.

Choosing the right tools often involves balancing functionalities with ease of use and cost.

However, despite these advancements, challenges remain – including managing diverse file formats, ensuring document control, and fostering seamless collaboration throughout a project’s lifecycle.

In this roundtable discussion, the seasoned architects will share real-world experiences and offer unique insights into:

  • Navigating the complexities of project management
  • Developing effective strategies to overcome challenges
  • Leveraging technology and innovative tools for optimal efficiency
  • Building seamless collaboration and communication within your team
  • The future of project and document management in the architecture industry

Watch the Recording to gain invaluable knowledge and practical advice from experienced architects as they share their journeys, triumphs, and lessons learned.

This engaging conversation will enable you to enhance your project management skills and achieve success in your next project.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the best and contribute to the discussion!

About the Speakers

The Architects' Roundtable Speaker - Mike Bahr, AIA

Mike Bahr, AIA

Mike Bahr, AIA, is a Partner and Director of Client Relations at PRA. Mike ran the firm's Civic Design Studio for nearly 15 years. After 30 years in the industry, leading design and research teams, his role has changed to managing the firm's marketing and business development activities, and leading strategic growth planning. Mike helped to organize the internal PRA PM Training Seminars.

The Architects' Roundtable Speaker, Doug Kunde, AIA

Doug Kunde, AIA

Doug Kunde, AIA, is a Project Manager and Associate at PRA. Doug has nearly 20 years of experience and currently manages large public education projects with complex external teams and shifting internal teams that tackle both ground-up and complex renovation projects. Doug is responsible for many internal training events such as regular lunch and learns and a regular series of “Architectural Roundtables” exploring varying aspects of architecture.

the architects' roundtable - Justine Sieber, AIA

Justine Sieber, AIA, NCARB

Justine Sieber, AIA, NCARB is a Project Architect and Associate at PRA. Ms. Sieber has a decade of experience and currently runs senior living and housing projects, which despite small teams can range to complex 250,000sf projects. External engineers may provide full engineering or only scope engineering and D/B final design while her client groups may be private for-profit developers or public non-for-profit operators.

The Architects' Roundtable speaker, Ryan Schmitz, AIA

Ryan Schmitz, AIA, NCARB

Ryan Schmitz, AIA is a Project Manager and Associate at PRA. Ryan has over 2 decades of experience and currently runs corporate, civic, and religious projects. With this variety of client and project types, Ryan’s team can flex from one person to many depending on project size. External engineers may provide full engineering or only scope engineering with D/B final design. Ryan has helped manage the firm's ongoing PRA PM and Building Code Training Seminars.

PRA is a client-focused and collaborative architecture and interior design firm that has been serving clients since 1935. Originally founded in Milwaukee Wisconsin, the firm now helps clients across the nation from offices in Milwaukee and Madison Wisconsin, Sarasota Florida, and Austin Texas, and through strategic partnerships with other design, engineering, and construction firms in all parts of the nation.

The architects, interior designers, and graphic artists at PRA are flexible and work in any “design style” that best reinforces the image and culture of each client. Although stylistically flexible, all PRA designers strive for enduring quality, affordability, equity, and sustainability. Learn more here.

Have any questions or want to hear from experienced architects with decades of experience in the industry?


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