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Chapter 26. Project Collaboration over t... > Case Study Background: Architekton

Case Study Background: Architekton

Among design firms that have adopted Internet technologies for enhancing collaboration, one company stands out: Architekton. This company has fully embraced the Web, deriving immense business benefits from the Internet. What follows in this section is a case study of Architekton—how Architekton came to use the Web, the benefits it has brought the company’s clients, how it has helped the company’s business grow, and the tools Architekton has used. Whether you are very interested in using the Web or already have set up a corporate site on the Internet, this in-depth study should provide information that helps you to better understand how you can increase design project collaboration by using the Internet.

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Founded by four architects in 1989, Architekton’s practice has expanded in a relatively short time. It is rare for a design firm to rapidly build a portfolio of successful endeavors, especially by tackling a wide variety of projects ranging from civic and public works to fuel-delivery facilities. How did Architekton accomplish this feat? By implementing cutting-edge technologies to address business needs, cultivating a reputation for superior service, and delivering high-quality designs for projects that require highly integrated, technical systems.


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