Author Archives for dave

Myth Busted: Smaller Companies Are Less Expensive
Published May 22, 2018 | By

This is inspired by Dave’s research and drafts of his upcoming book about the rebirth of the architect in the design-build model. I used to believe in and pass on what is really a misconception. Maybe you’ve heard it too: smaller companies with “less overhead” are able to give more competitive pricing. While it is true that a smaller… View Article

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The Design Build Show Episode 3 with David Sellers
Published May 17, 2018 | By

How you doing? I’m very excited to show you guys this video. It’s the fourth third design build show where I interview Mr. David Sellers. Mr. David Sellers is essentially to design-build what Chuck Berry is to rock’n’roll. He brought design-build back at a time where for the past hundred years-he started practicing it in about… View Article

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Plato’s Architect: There is No Harm in Repeating a Good Thing
Published May 2, 2018 | By

This is inspired by Dave’s research and drafts of his upcoming book about the rebirth of the architect in the design-build model. Plato’s Architect There is No Harm in Repeating a Good Thing This blog contains some less famous words from the famous Greek philosopher Plato, who said, “There is no harm in repeating a good thing.” I think… View Article

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The Design Build Show Episode 2 with Bradley Michael Cashin
Published April 27, 2018 | By

David Supple from New England Design & Construction interviews Bradley Michael Cashin, Business Development Manager at NEDC, in the second Design Build Show episode. We take an inclusive approach to architectural design at NEDC. Our architects goal when completing your design is to ensure that your vision can be fully realized. We take care of… View Article

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Common Home Remodeling Mistakes To Avoid
Published April 13, 2018 | By

Home remodeling is exciting. Deciding on direction, materials, and features is fun, and allows you to build the home of your dreams to your exact specifications.   Unfortunately, if you’ve never been through the process before, there are going to be some speed bumps. To prevent these mistakes you should always work with an experienced… View Article

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