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aj 100WHAT KEEPS YOU AWAKE AT NIGHT?

'Interesting design problems' Stephen Chance, Pollard Thomas & Edwards 'Getting the AJ100 survey back on time' Marco Goldschmied, Richard Rogers Partnership 'Succession planning' Christopher Nash, Grimshaw 'Cashflow.Resource planning.Deadlines' Paul Crosby, David Chipperfield Architects 'The absurd pace at which we all work' John Cooper, Anshen Dyer 'Poor margins, demanding clients, late nights at MIPIM' David Hughes, Swanke Hayden Connell Architects 'Getting clients to pay fees' Geoff Mann, RHWL Partnership 'Increasing competition' Graham Hickson-Smith, Reid Architecture 'P I claims' Ian Fitton, The Fairhursts Design Group 'Getting paid by contractors' Richard Feilden, Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects 'Creating the next unique design' Tom Russell, Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo 'All the wonderful opportunities we may be missing out on' Mike Nightingale, Nightingale Associates 'Reduced fees with increased responsibility' Larry Malcic, HOK International 'Generally after working a 13-hour day I don't have trouble sleeping at night' Richard Morton, Sidell Gibson Partnership 'Finding the next project' Roger Hawkins, Hawkins\Brown 'Drinking with the staff ' Heinz Richardson, Jestico + Whiles 'Work flow' Paul Rynsard, Feilden + Mawson 'Wondering how low other practices are willing to cut their fees' David Gardner, Taylor Young 'Nothing' Mark Thompson, RyderHKS 'Practice finance' Robert Hall, The Parr Partnership 'Making a profit and impressing the peer group - at the same time' Laurie Chetwood, Chetwood Associates 'Getting competent staff ' Peter Norman, Oxford Architects

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