Here is short story giving you a good example of how true professionals could club together to deliver impeccable services to all of their clients. This story uses the examples of the architectural, engineering and building contracting works professions. As is well known, young entrants to architectural and engineering services providence ri firms will need to have the highest possible qualifications. But the story is not much different where building contracting works is concerned.
In these cases, those who go into building contracting may not necessarily have to attend college or university but do need to serve time for a few years as apprentices in respective artisanal fields. There are probably more building contracting works companies than there are architectural and engineering companies. This is also due to the nature of contracting work in the sense that there are so many disciplines to factor in.
This story being so short, just two examples can be mentioned so long; brick masonry and carpentry. And what about project management work? This is an area that requires a high degree of skills if you will. The project manager needs to have his hands firmly on the tiller with sound knowledge of a majority of artisanal fields. He also has to have good knowledge and experience of the industry as a whole, able to balance the scales in favor of both domestic and commercial clients.
It is rare, but this does happen. This sort of company tends to grow into a large-scale conglomerate, serving clients across the state and indeed, across state lines. It, of course, combines all three fields; architecture, engineering and building contracting works. How does all of this strike you so far? Not a bad story to discuss with your board.