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Working Well with Architects

Challenges are inherent to any architectural project but these barriers can be minimized with good planning, open lines of communication, and an ongoing awareness of the true goals of the project. Working successfully with an architect depends upon cooperation, thoughtful consideration, prayerful planning, research, and adherence to timeliness and budgets. An article by the The Center for Congregation, an Indianapolis-based organization that supports faith communities by offering advice, workshops, speakers, resources and events in Indianapolis and online, provides tips from architects and congregational leaders about how they can work together successfully.




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