Secondly, in last two decades, the profession that comes up with growth and innovation. This profession has been fractured into many sub specialties. These include: real estate brokers, interior designers, municipal expediters, construction managers and on site inspection providers. I believe today’s architect must be able to perform most of the above services in house or create a team to meet the client needs. However the central duty of an architect remains the same, which he is performing continuously through the ages. Once the landowners looked to the architect as the ‘Master Builder’, responsible for the selection of the building site, aesthetic appearance, construction technique, material strengths, bureaucratic mastery and cost control. Today landowners, business leaders and developers still demand the same qualities from the architectural profession. Many clients have gain confidence in the professions ability to solve complex construction issues. As a result, many clients seek out persons willing to provide these services, which continue to be vital in the successful completion of a construction project. Most clients have achieved success by taking a proactive instance in their own businesses and have the right to demand the same from their architect, as well as mastery in skills of controlling the design and construction process.
Today, we all are fortunate to have a few beacons in positions of leadership such as project managers who is trying to restore peoples confidence in the profession by restating state law that the architect is the person ultimately responsible for the built environment, thereby, allowing the architect more control over the process. To achieve successful completion of a construction project the client looks to his or her architect to develop the projects program, supervise and prepare construction documents, and know how and when to recommend, seek out, and organize a team of