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Powerpoint with Commentary Notes Paper, Please see attached document for full ta

Powerpoint with Commentary Notes Paper, Please see attached document for full task.
As the consultant assigned to project manage the development, you have been asked to prepare a
presentation to the client’s team to demonstrate the importance of the early design stages and your
role in ensuring a successful project delivery.
Your manager has asked you to submit your presentation with commentary notes in advance of the
meeting so they can give you feedback.
Your presentation and commentary notes should critically evaluate:
• the importance of establishing the client’s requirements for the development early in the
design process (2 slides)
• the need to consider site and design factors and their impact on the cost of construction and
investment potential in the short and long term (3-4 slides)
• early cost advice methods used to establish the cost limit for the project including
recommendation of a suitable approach (2-3 slides).
Your commentary notes should clearly state your assumptions and provide examples to support
your explanation or discussion. They should also include any back-up information.
Additional Guidance
• You are NOT required to produce a cost limit for this assignment.
• The main presentation for the client should consist of a maximum of 8 content slides, with
commentary notes. There will be an additional title slide for your name and module details.
Your list of references can be put on an additional slide.
• The presentation should include key points only and your commentary notes should
elaborate on these points.
• Please check that the commentary notes for each slide are visible before you submit
the assignment.
• Your presentation slides should be approximately 500 words.
• Your commentary notes should be approximately 1,100 words

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For the marked-up plan and image, make sure there’s enough writing, and examples are below.

The building is Baker House. please follow the pdf, and work on highlighting parts 3-8. for the marked-up plan and image, make sure there’s enough writing, and examples are below. make sure all the sources are credible. msg anytime if there’s any question. use the history panel as the source.

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I need help with the size schedule of the accommodation.

I need to design an Innovation Hub. I need help with the size Schedule of the accommodation. Please can you find the sizes of the different rooms? I have attached a document called Schedule of Accommodation to help with layout.
On a separate page, can you find the size of the stairs and the lift. I have also attached the brief to help you to understand the project. On page 4 is The client’s proposed program (schedule of accommodation)

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You are encouraged to use drawings, images, graphics, and charts to support your report and presentation.

The submission is in the form of a number of documents including; a site supervisors “Review of Regulatory Documents” (Task 1), a “Defects Briefing Document” (Task 2) and a “Construction Phase Health and Safety Plan” (Tasks 3 & 4)
Your answers should be written in a concise, formal business style. The selection of font face, font size and line- spacing are left to your discretion but you should keep in mind the importance of clarity and readability in professional documents. You are encouraged to use drawings, images, graphics, and charts to support your report and presentation. Any material that is derived from other sources must be suitably referenced using a standard citation format.
Review the Unit Content from the Unit Specification along with the Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria shown below thoroughly. This shows the depth of knowledge that you must demonstrate in the submission. It is important that your submission meets ALL of the PASS criteria as a minimum requirement. Remember the tasks set up in this brief provide the opportunity for you to respond appropriately to the assessment criteria.

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How is the project being used today?

Choose one work of architecture covered in the course, either in course lectures or the textbook. This selection must be a single work of architecture and NOT a collection of structures. For example, students may NOT pick the Great Pyramids of Giza. Students MAY pick one of the pyramids to focus on. The reason why: selecting a collection of buildings produces a paper that is too broad and tries to cover too much material. Students should select a single work of architecture in order to be as specific as possible in their analysis.
Write a 2,500-word paper that studies and interprets the work of architecture as a historical, cultural, and aesthetic product. The paper should be a holistic interpretation of the work of architecture, investigating a range of internal and external factors, as explained in the introduction above. The paper SHOULD NOT be a research report or book report, which is a recounting of facts about the work of architecture. This paper SHOULD BE an interpretation of the information students discover about the work of architecture. Each paper must be guided by an original thesis statement, which summarizes the student’s argument and takes a unique position about the work of architecture. Analysis and synthesis of research is required to produce a paper that satisfies this assignment.
The paper must include a thesis statement. Within the first paragraph, this thesis statement communicates the ‘big idea’ to the reader and, then in future paragraphs, is backed up by evidence / research. To formulate the thesis statement, helpful questions might be: In studying the architecture, what have you noticed? What questions or ideas have begun to formulate? What would I like to prove about the architecture in my paper?
Additional guidance about formulating this thesis statement is offered in the “Paper 1 Outline” assignment. If a student is unfamiliar with how to write a strong thesis statement, they are strongly encouraged to seek assistance from the UF Writing Studio (more information below).
To begin, conduct some initial research to identify works of architecture you might be interested to write about. You may select a work from any portion of the course, even if we haven’t covered it by the time the paper is due. Remember, this paper requires significant effort and time on your part, so be sure to select a paper topic that interests you and you hope to learn more about.
In finalizing your selection, be sure there are ample resources available to you to produce a paper of the required length. Do not overlook sources which may be focused on the architect, time period, etc, rather than the individual work of architecture only. A minimum of 6 scholarly sources is required for the paper. Scholarly sources are academic in nature and/or are written by experts. General sources, like Wikipedia, are NOT scholarly. The course textbook and lectures can be used as sources for the paper, but they do NOT count toward the minimum number of sources.
In your research and interpretation, the physical characteristics of the work of architecture are likely to stand out to you, as these are easily seen and assessed in photos and drawings. In addition to the physical, don’t overlook the range of intangible factors that guided the creation of the architectural work. For example, the specific preferences of the architect, the financial budget available, and the time period.
Don’t overlook the importance of architectural ‘site’ and ‘context’. The architectural site is composed of the physical characteristics and parameters of the land the work of architecture is located on or within. The topography, property boundaries, trees and other flora, and soil types are all characteristics of the site. For example: Does the project nestle or fit within the site, or is it in contrast? How did the location of large trees impact what could be designed and built? How did the architect respond to the steep slope of the land? The architectural context is a much broader concept, including characteristics of the surroundings. Examples of the physical surroundings are climate, landscape, rain fall, adjacent buildings, and streets. For example: How does the annual rainfall and temperature impact the design? How does the architecture address the shade from the adjacent building?
When interpreting the architecture, consider the socio/cultural/historical surroundings, such as the time period, cultural traditions, client / owner, and daily life. For example: Can we see the cultural tradition of basket-weaving within the architecture? How did other creative works impact the architect at the time this project was designed and built? Are the construction methods typical for this area of the world?
Consider how the work of architecture has been used over time. If the project had an original client or user, what were the original goals for the projects? How did the design meet their needs? Investigate how the work of architecture might have been used differently over various time periods to address changing needs or preferences. How is the project being used today?
In the writing of the paper, be sure to use a formal academic style of writing. While you’ll be communicating your ideas and conclusions, you should write from a third person point of view. You should NOT use first person statements using “I”, “me”, or “my”.

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How is the project being used today?

Choose one work of architecture covered in the course, either in course lectures or the textbook. This selection must be a single work of architecture and NOT a collection of structures. For example, students may NOT pick the Great Pyramids of Giza. Students MAY pick one of the pyramids to focus on. The reason why: selecting a collection of buildings produces a paper that is too broad and tries to cover too much material. Students should select a single work of architecture in order to be as specific as possible in their analysis.
Write a 2,500-word paper that studies and interprets the work of architecture as a historical, cultural, and aesthetic product. The paper should be a holistic interpretation of the work of architecture, investigating a range of internal and external factors, as explained in the introduction above. The paper SHOULD NOT be a research report or book report, which is a recounting of facts about the work of architecture. This paper SHOULD BE an interpretation of the information students discover about the work of architecture. Each paper must be guided by an original thesis statement, which summarizes the student’s argument and takes a unique position about the work of architecture. Analysis and synthesis of research is required to produce a paper that satisfies this assignment.
The paper must include a thesis statement. Within the first paragraph, this thesis statement communicates the ‘big idea’ to the reader and, then in future paragraphs, is backed up by evidence / research. To formulate the thesis statement, helpful questions might be: In studying the architecture, what have you noticed? What questions or ideas have begun to formulate? What would I like to prove about the architecture in my paper?
Additional guidance about formulating this thesis statement is offered in the “Paper 1 Outline” assignment. If a student is unfamiliar with how to write a strong thesis statement, they are strongly encouraged to seek assistance from the UF Writing Studio (more information below).
To begin, conduct some initial research to identify works of architecture you might be interested to write about. You may select a work from any portion of the course, even if we haven’t covered it by the time the paper is due. Remember, this paper requires significant effort and time on your part, so be sure to select a paper topic that interests you and you hope to learn more about.
In finalizing your selection, be sure there are ample resources available to you to produce a paper of the required length. Do not overlook sources which may be focused on the architect, time period, etc, rather than the individual work of architecture only. A minimum of 6 scholarly sources is required for the paper. Scholarly sources are academic in nature and/or are written by experts. General sources, like Wikipedia, are NOT scholarly. The course textbook and lectures can be used as sources for the paper, but they do NOT count toward the minimum number of sources.
In your research and interpretation, the physical characteristics of the work of architecture are likely to stand out to you, as these are easily seen and assessed in photos and drawings. In addition to the physical, don’t overlook the range of intangible factors that guided the creation of the architectural work. For example, the specific preferences of the architect, the financial budget available, and the time period.
Don’t overlook the importance of architectural ‘site’ and ‘context’. The architectural site is composed of the physical characteristics and parameters of the land the work of architecture is located on or within. The topography, property boundaries, trees and other flora, and soil types are all characteristics of the site. For example: Does the project nestle or fit within the site, or is it in contrast? How did the location of large trees impact what could be designed and built? How did the architect respond to the steep slope of the land? The architectural context is a much broader concept, including characteristics of the surroundings. Examples of the physical surroundings are climate, landscape, rain fall, adjacent buildings, and streets. For example: How does the annual rainfall and temperature impact the design? How does the architecture address the shade from the adjacent building?
When interpreting the architecture, consider the socio/cultural/historical surroundings, such as the time period, cultural traditions, client / owner, and daily life. For example: Can we see the cultural tradition of basket-weaving within the architecture? How did other creative works impact the architect at the time this project was designed and built? Are the construction methods typical for this area of the world?
Consider how the work of architecture has been used over time. If the project had an original client or user, what were the original goals for the projects? How did the design meet their needs? Investigate how the work of architecture might have been used differently over various time periods to address changing needs or preferences. How is the project being used today?
In the writing of the paper, be sure to use a formal academic style of writing. While you’ll be communicating your ideas and conclusions, you should write from a third person point of view. You should NOT use first person statements using “I”, “me”, or “my”.

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Are the construction methods typical for this area of the world?

Choose one work of architecture covered in the course, either in course lectures or the textbook. This selection must be a single work of architecture and NOT a collection of structures. For example, students may NOT pick the Great Pyramids of Giza. Students MAY pick one of the pyramids to focus on. The reason why: selecting a collection of buildings produces a paper that is too broad and tries to cover too much material. Students should select a single work of architecture in order to be as specific as possible in their analysis.
Write a 2,500-word paper that studies and interprets the work of architecture as a historical, cultural, and aesthetic product. The paper should be a holistic interpretation of the work of architecture, investigating a range of internal and external factors, as explained in the introduction above. The paper SHOULD NOT be a research report or book report, which is a recounting of facts about the work of architecture. This paper SHOULD BE an interpretation of the information students discover about the work of architecture. Each paper must be guided by an original thesis statement, which summarizes the student’s argument and takes a unique position about the work of architecture. Analysis and synthesis of research is required to produce a paper that satisfies this assignment.
The paper must include a thesis statement. Within the first paragraph, this thesis statement communicates the ‘big idea’ to the reader and, then in future paragraphs, is backed up by evidence / research. To formulate the thesis statement, helpful questions might be: In studying the architecture, what have you noticed? What questions or ideas have begun to formulate? What would I like to prove about the architecture in my paper?
Additional guidance about formulating this thesis statement is offered in the “Paper 1 Outline” assignment. If a student is unfamiliar with how to write a strong thesis statement, they are strongly encouraged to seek assistance from the UF Writing Studio (more information below).
To begin, conduct some initial research to identify works of architecture you might be interested to write about. You may select a work from any portion of the course, even if we haven’t covered it by the time the paper is due. Remember, this paper requires significant effort and time on your part, so be sure to select a paper topic that interests you and you hope to learn more about.
In finalizing your selection, be sure there are ample resources available to you to produce a paper of the required length. Do not overlook sources which may be focused on the architect, time period, etc, rather than the individual work of architecture only. A minimum of 6 scholarly sources is required for the paper. Scholarly sources are academic in nature and/or are written by experts. General sources, like Wikipedia, are NOT scholarly. The course textbook and lectures can be used as sources for the paper, but they do NOT count toward the minimum number of sources.
In your research and interpretation, the physical characteristics of the work of architecture are likely to stand out to you, as these are easily seen and assessed in photos and drawings. In addition to the physical, don’t overlook the range of intangible factors that guided the creation of the architectural work. For example, the specific preferences of the architect, the financial budget available, and the time period.
Don’t overlook the importance of architectural ‘site’ and ‘context’. The architectural site is composed of the physical characteristics and parameters of the land the work of architecture is located on or within. The topography, property boundaries, trees and other flora, and soil types are all characteristics of the site. For example: Does the project nestle or fit within the site, or is it in contrast? How did the location of large trees impact what could be designed and built? How did the architect respond to the steep slope of the land? The architectural context is a much broader concept, including characteristics of the surroundings. Examples of the physical surroundings are climate, landscape, rain fall, adjacent buildings, and streets. For example: How does the annual rainfall and temperature impact the design? How does the architecture address the shade from the adjacent building?
When interpreting the architecture, consider the socio/cultural/historical surroundings, such as the time period, cultural traditions, client / owner, and daily life. For example: Can we see the cultural tradition of basket-weaving within the architecture? How did other creative works impact the architect at the time this project was designed and built? Are the construction methods typical for this area of the world?
Consider how the work of architecture has been used over time. If the project had an original client or user, what were the original goals for the projects? How did the design meet their needs? Investigate how the work of architecture might have been used differently over various time periods to address changing needs or preferences. How is the project being used today?
In the writing of the paper, be sure to use a formal academic style of writing. While you’ll be communicating your ideas and conclusions, you should write from a third person point of view. You should NOT use first person statements using “I”, “me”, or “my”.

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Relatively simple assignment i just need it done quickly.

Relatively simple assignment I just need it done quickly. The attachment has all of the requirements, some of them are personal in what they want, I will provide you with that information when we get started.

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Complicated assignment, looking to just hire exquisitewriter or deleuzienee, they have been working on previous weeks.

Complicated assignment, looking to just hire ExquisiteWriter or Deleuzienee, they have been working on previous weeks.

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Please let me know quickly if someone can do this course for me on a weekly basis.

Hello, this is a custom service for an online class that is heavy in reading and has a weekly Precis assignment and weekly timeline assignment. I will include a syllabus and all the materials needed. All assignments are due on Thursday 11:59 PM EST time. Please let me know quickly if someone can do this course for me on a weekly basis. I need to submit many more documents, please let me know how to send them over.