AIA Antitrust and Establishing Fees for Small Firm Architects

antitrust

Fees for Small Firm Architects

We’re a disgruntled bunch of professionals. There are hundreds of articles, forums, blog posts and comments discussing how we architects are not paid enough and how our clients don’t understand what we do. The most popular discussions at the EntreArchitect Facebook Group are always those where we discuss the “forbidden fruit” of topics; compensation. Post after post, comment after comment, I’ll read the complaints of architects blaming society, our clients and past generations of architects for the financial ditch in which we find ourselves. We are not compensated at the levels commensurate with the efforts we extend, nor the value we contribute to society and, boy… are we tired of it!

We are not compensated at the levels commensurate with the efforts we extend, nor the value we contribute to society…

To become an architect, we spend at least five years in college and often another Continue reading "AIA Antitrust and Establishing Fees for Small Firm Architects"