The global economic climate of today has rewritten the rules of competition in architecture and construction for the new century. Persistent financial constraints and accelerated delivery time require new solutions for successful practice.

Integrated architectural management provides the framework for today's creative, technical and organizational work. It is an operational business philosophy, useful to both architects and designers that refines business processes and generates greater profits. It emphasizes Best Practices in concert with Quality Management. It incorporates top-to-bottom cooperation through teamwork, building a stronger, more effective organization and leading to improved marketing ability, client satisfaction, and profit through:

            • increased productivity
            • better communication
            • more efficient decision making
            • higher employee motivation.

Information on our firm and its management services is included for your review. GGI provides AIA/CES credits to meet continuing education requirements.


"The first basic ingredient of leadership is a guiding vision. The leader has a clear idea of what he wants to do - professionally and personally - and the strength to persist in the face of setbacks, even failures."                    -Warren Bennis, On Becoming a Leader

Photographs Provided By: Phillip Johnson / Johnson Burgee Architects / Glenn Garrison / Jaklitsch /
Gardner Architects