Fee Proposal Workshop
7.75 AIBC Core Learning Units – 0.8 IDCEC HSW LU – 8 AIA HSW LU
to this group and their content!”
What’s the Workshop About?
Most Architects and Design Professionals are trained to price design services by; estimating their cost to complete the work, balancing it with local market conditions and then negotiating with the Client. Economists call this pricing model first degree price discrimination. There is a better way. During this Workshop, we’ll show you how research from the fields of fee psychology, fee negotiations and behavioural finance can help you write proposals that; eliminate scope creep, raise conversion rates, increase fee levels and provide a more ethical pricing model.
Who’s the Workshop for?
The Workshop is for all those who write fee proposals including; Architects, Building Designers, Interior Designers, Landscape Architects, Product Designers, Project Managers, Office Managers and Engineers and is attended by sole practitioners, partnerships, medium-sized firms and employees of national and international practices. Here are a few of our industry partners:
What are the highlights?
- AIBC Recognized Educational Provider, Approved AIA, IDCEC and AIBD Provider
- 7.75 AIBC Core Learning Units – 0.8 IDCEC HSW LU – 8 AIA HSW LU – 8 AIBD Primary Credits
- Presented by 2 international design fee experts
- Maximum of 20 attendees per venue
- Attendees will learn how to;
- – Recognize and respond to the top 7 fee negotiation tricks
- – Increase fee levels
- – Raise conversion rate
- – Avoid scope creep
- – Write successful, more ethical fee proposals
- Over 100 Workshops delivered across the globe
- 85% of attendees say it’s the most useful CE event they’ve attended
- 99% of attendees say they would recommend this Workshop to their coworkers.
How much does it cost?There are 4 Registration Packages to choose from
How do I register?Click on one of the locations below: (maximum of 20 attendees per venue)
Toronto, ON M9W 5E8
Vancouver, British Columbia, V6B 1L6
What’s the Workshop Schedule?
- Case Study Introduction:
The Workshop will commence with the introduction of a series of real life case studies (of various size, type and complexity). Participants will be given the opportunity to review each scenario and select the one that reflects their needs, area of practice and interest.
- Fee Proposal Workshopping:
The best and most efficient way to understand these principles is to apply them yourself. This part of the Workshop gives you the opportunity to apply the concepts to real projects under the guidance of, and in collaboration with, the presenters.
- Group Presentation, Critique + Analysis:
Each group will present their solutions, describing why their amendments improve the Fee Proposal document and process. The presenters and participants will learn from each others’ approaches and challenge their decisions, suggesting further improvements or different strategies where appropriate.
Who are the presenters?
Alexandra is a licensed Architect and member of the AIA and has presented on the subjects of behavioural finance and pricing strategies for members of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC), Ontario Association of Architects (OAA), American Institute of Architects (AIA), the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), American Institute of Building Designers (AIBD), Australian Institute of Architects, Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), British Institute of Interior Designers (BIID), the Building Designers Association (BDA) and private companies. Alex has also spoken for the Design Institute of Australia’s DIAlogues series on Free-Bidding and Undercutting.
Alexandra’s career started at the University of Sydney where she graduated first in her year and received awards for her achievements in Architectural Science, Architectural Design, Urban Design, Planning and overall academic performance. During her studies Alex devoted much of her time to understanding the role of business in the world of architecture. Upon graduation she received a national award and scholarship for recognizing the relationship between academic studies and needs of the profession (business).
After graduation, Alex moved to London to accept a sponsored position with Foster + Partners where she was instrumental in the design and documentation of key projects in Asia and the Middle East.
After returning to Australia and winning three Design Excellence competitions Alex joined Blue Turtle Consulting as a director. She now spends her time researching the relationship between business and design while providing consulting services and speaking engagements.
Ian is the founder of Blue Turtle Consulting and has over 20 years experience, a Building Science (Project Management) degree and a career that spans three continents.
Prior to starting Blue Turtle Consulting, Ian was an Associate Partner with one of the worlds most recognized names in Architecture: Foster + Partners, where he was responsible for proposing and negotiating design fees on projects in the UK, Middle East, Africa, Australasia and the Americas.
Before working for Foster + Partners, Ian worked in the United States managing construction loans for three of Americas largest financial institutions and managing commercial, residential and industrial projects throughout the country. Ian has also worked on development projects in Spain and Honduras where he learnt to read, write and speak Spanish.
Since starting Blue Turtle Consulting Ian has written and published a series of Fee and Appointment Guides that sell in 13 different countries. He has also been a key note speaker at over 70 Architectural Conferences and private training sessions around the world.
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