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Hi there,  we are so glad you found us!  Project38LB is a website and blog for builders, designers, architects, real estate professionals, lenders, and property owners to get tips and hints.  Our emphasis is to help you keep your projects moving smoothly.   We will explore new technology and best practices to spend less time in a hold up and more time enjoying the end results.



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"Lost that loving feeling" - How much can architectural design cost you? | Project38LB

My music playlist includes the classic "You've Lost That Loving Feeling" Click the link and you can hear the song from The Righteous Brothers as you read on. The song reminds me of how working relationships can go from inspiring, productive to skipping over critical elements and pleading on bended knee to finish contract obligations. My architect lost motivation for my project weeks before the final achievement, earning a city building permit. The contract covered three

What to expect from an architect - How to prepare for the interview? | Project38LB

In four short days, I will start my largest remodel project. Up to this point, I have done about fifteen residential kitchens and bath remodels. Mostly working with rental units; the floor plan and material were almost identical. Not too difficult. A little like laundry rinse, wash and repeat. The property is a 1243sqft residence built-in 1938 needed a complete floor plan change and footprint expansion. The vision is to restore some original 40's character, improve funct



The Full Story

Hello we are Tricia and Michael Adamson.  Since 1981 I have been a contractor, home owner, and  property manager involved with  both commercial and residential projects.  My son, Michael, grew up listening to me negotiate with tenants, schedule sub contractors and do countless projects.  His research and contemporary writing style bring transparency and a little humor.  Together we want to share with you ideas to make any building project a success.