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How hard is it to start your own architectural firm?

I’m 17, and I plan on going to college to major in Naval Architecture and minor in business management. How hard would it be to start your own firm given the location of a ocean/gulf/sea like biom?

These are just my plans for my future. While it may seem rhetorical to think about something 10-15 years away, it’s always good to have a plan.

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One Response to “How hard is it to start your own architectural firm?”

  1. oil field trash December 14, 2013 at 3:25 pm #

    For the type of firm you are talking about you would need to first gain a significant amount of experience. get some financial backing (or save your own money) and then develop a possible group of clients.

    Finally you may have to struggle for several years to develop a reputation. This is the hard part because you income may be negative during that time.

    There is also the question of certification or licensing. In some locations the government requires this type of documents in order to work as an architect.

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