The Architect – Client Relationship

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As an architect, I come across all sorts of commercial clients.  Some are very experienced in the industry protocols, some used to be practicing architects, while others have no familiarity with the industry protocols.  No matter the client’s knowledge, the key to creating a reoccurring client is to understand their needs and expectations.  Providing our knowledge of design, permitting, and construction is what we are hired to do, but anticipating our client’s intentions while they provide their vision and desires is the key to a distinguished relationship.

JL Architects has been involved with many teams, individual clients, and corporate scenarios over the years.  Whether it’s a global café company, a developer of multifamily housing, shopping centers, or corporate space, JL Architects has been involved with it.  Working on projects in over 38 states has provided us with the expertise to anticipate challenges involved with the design, permitting, and construction of every region in the United States.  Being in business for over 30 years has proven our professionalism and expertise in our industry.  We have practically done it all, except something for you.  So, think of us when planning your dreams. And, checkout the testimonials on our website to see what our clients say about our relationships.

-Nathan Houser

Architectural Project Manager

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