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The Executive Architect : Transforming Designers into Leaders. 5 RUR. Senior Residences : Designing Retirement Communities for the Future (Wiley Series in Healthcare and Senior Living Design)
The Executive Architect : Transforming Designers into Leaders. Senior Residences : Designing Retirement Communities for the Future (Wiley Series in Healthcare and Senior Living Design). Harrigan, Jennifer M. Raiser, Phillip H. Raiser. 2 RUR. Senior Residences. by John E. We cannot continue to accept the view that when times are good we will prosper and when times are bad we will suffer. We must move from a business of commissioned services to one of direct participation in all our clients' endeavors, where productive participation establishes us as trusted partners, the currency for a continuing relationship.
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Senior Residences equips architects and other industry professionals with a proven executive strategy for the design and development of successful Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) projects.
The book is written primarily for architects, interior designers, and students of environmental design. Harrigan and Paul . eel In their drive to compete effectively in. .Also featuredthroughout the book are numerous instructive case studies.
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John Breckinridge (December 2, 1760 – December 14, 1806) was a lawyer and politician from the . He served in the state legislatures of Virginia and Kentucky before being elected to the . Senate and appointed United States Attorney General during the second term of President Thomas Jefferson. He is the progenitor of Kentucky's Breckinridge political family and the namesake of Breckinridge County, Kentucky.