Defining the Gray Area: Who Handles What Between a Designer and an Architect
Wednesday, October 19, from 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Finding the defining line of who’s responsibility to manage specific areas can be difficult when managing a project.
During this session, Paul John Boulifard, Architect and Jason Brownlee, ASLA, Master CBP, discuss how they work the “grey area” of projects and how they define responsibilities for all involved parties to ensure a smoothly run project.
- Define where the grey area falls
- Examine communication techniques to distribute information between multiple parties
- Discuss previous problems and how solutions were found.
Presented by: Paul John Boulifard and Jason Brownlee, ASLA
PAUL JOHN BOULIFARD | ARCHITECT + LEED AP
Paul is a designer and architect with a wide range of professional and academic experiences. He has worked on large-scale projects ranging from skyscrapers, healthcare facilities, and performing arts centers while at Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects in New Haven, Connecticut, to small-scale civic buildings at Cherry Huffman Architects in Raleigh, North Carolina. More recently, he has collaborated with Manuel Zeitlin Architects, Van Pond Architect, William C. Johnson Architect, David Kidd Architect, Root ARCH, and Centric Architecture in Nashville, Tennessee. In conjunction with these professional activities, he has taught at the university level on an adjunct basis at such notable institutions as Wesleyan University and Connecticut College, and locally at Watkins College of Art. He holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture from the North Carolina State University College of Design and a Master of Architecture from the Yale University School of Architecture. He also has studied in France and Spain.
JASON BROWNLEE, ASLA | OWNER, J. Brownlee Design
Jason is owner of J. Brownlee Design, a firm specializing in custom and creative outdoor living projects for residential and resort environments. He serves as the principal designer and works collaboratively with both homeowners and contractors across the country to develop a complete outdoor lifestyle design for his customers. Jason's passion for design becomes evident in his projects that are diverse in scale, style, and project location, and include the necessary technical, hydraulic, and construction design details to take a project from concept to completion. Jason holds a bachelor's degree in Landscape Architect from Mississippi State University and is a registered landscape architect. His projects have won numerous National Design Awards and have been featured on HGTV and in other print and video publications.
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