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tell me that they find exactly what they’re looking for and it helps them write specs quickly by having cess


rapid to suppliers, and manufacturers.”


Architects often comment on the challenge and frustration of receiving repetitive phone calls and emails from con- tractors,


subcontractors and


Laura Elswick, the Business Development Manager for Schooley Caldwell Associates, an AKA member fi rm.


manufacturers who inquire about project status and po- tential bid dates. To address this specific frustration, architects can now direct the inquiries to their firm’s listing at


thebluebook.com, accessed and where


dates and status reports are easily


con-


Involvement in AKA also provides architects with more control over the distribution of project information while helping leverage the largest, most accurate


database of


construction professionals in the world. The design of ProView assures that the ar- chitect has complete control over what information people see and when they see it be- cause access is controlled by classification. For example, a schematic may be posted for only certain firms to see when they are preparing man- ufacturing specifications or construction bid documents. “We’re serving our customers’


bottom lines by providing


a massive amount of infor- mation that’s easy to use,” says Kimberly Smith, Private Project and Information Tech- nology Consultant at The Blue Book Network. “AKA members


tinually updated, providing targeted distribution of project information to the correct type of company within each phase of design.


“AKA is all about making mar- keters and project managers more successful,” Nichols says.


REACH OUT!


Where do you get your information? Get to know the Architect Keystone Alliance


BuildAKA.com aka@thebluebook.com G+ 855-256-1927 ac- products


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