Creating templates for your AEC proposals is very helpful in streamlining your pursuit efforts, and crucial for meeting deadlines. Over the past 30 years, we have learned some valuable lessons in AEC proposal strategy and development. Learn our top six tips for an effective AEC proposal template.
Winning business and building credibility through presentations is no joke. Much like a standup comedian, presenters hoping to show their stuff must prepare wholeheartedly beforehand, know how to best present to their audience, and set the stage with visuals.
In any proposal, the project approach is likely the most important section – it is the place you get to tell the client exactly what you are going to do to make their project a success. In order to write a successful strategic approach, you must research and brainstorm and then brainstorm some more. The writing is the easy part!
Chip Allen specializes in architectural photography, and he understands the importance of high-quality photography to his AEC clients. “In an interview, I want my client’s prospective client to say ‘wow!..... I’d like you to build me an interior or building like this!’”
Your website can’t just be visually compelling, it’s also got to load quickly, scroll seamlessly, and engage the audience with keyword-rich content. How does that happen? Research and expertise.
Social media planning, in conjunction with the company’s overall strategy, ensures that your brand is regularly being communicated to your target audiences.
Principal Stephanie Craft attended the SMPS Sacramento Luncheon recently, where a panel made up of three public sector staff discussed what they valued most in consultants. Here are the top three take-aways.
Sherlock knows that perception is reality. While working on the job with his unsuspecting culprits, he asks six questions to continually investigate his client’s perception of his firm’s service.
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