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  • Mr. Joseph L. Tillman Residence, Architectural drawings [approximately 1921]
    , 2020
    Co-Authors: Langdon And Hohly, Architectural Firm

    Abstract:

    Architectural drawings for a residence commissioned by Mr. Joseph L. Tillman and created by the Langdon and Hohly Architectural Firm of Toledo, Ohio. The drawings are ink on linen, the commission number for this project is 707, and the drawings were created in approximately 1921. Also contained in the commission but not available here are interior and exterior elevations, detail drawings of various elements, and a site plan. This proposed design was never implemented and not constructed

  • Dr. C. E. Eichman Residence, Architectural drawing, 1931
    , 2020
    Co-Authors: Jokel And Lange, Architectural Firm

    Abstract:

    An Architectural drawing for a residence commissioned by Dr. C. E. Eichman and created by the Jokel and Lange Architectural Firm of Toledo, Ohio. The drawing is pencil on paper, the commission number for this project is 868-J, and the drawing was created in 1931. Also contained in the commission but not available here are interior and exterior elevations, detail drawings of various elements, and a site plan. This proposed design was never implemented and not constructed. The address associated with this commission was identified by the lot number included in the drawings

  • Treuhaft Brothers Department Store, Architectural drawing, 1940
    , 2020
    Co-Authors: Thal And Jokel, Architectural Firm

    Abstract:

    Architectural drawing for a West Toledo Department Store commissioned by the Treuhaft Brothers and created by the Thal and Jokel Architectural Firm of Toledo, Ohio. The drawing is black ink on linen, the commission number for the project is 401, and the drawing was created in 1921. This drawing depicts the front and rear exterior elevations of the building as well as a transverse view. Additional drawings available in this commission that were not scanned include interior and exterior elevations, floorplans, a longitudinal section, and a framing plan. As of 2020 this building has been demolished

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  • Spitznaugle Realty Company Apartment Building, Architectural drawing, 1939
    , 2020
    Co-Authors: Britsch And Munger, Architectural Firm

    Abstract:

    Architectural drawing for an apartment building commissioned by the D. A. Spitznaugle Realty Company and created by the Britsch and Munger Architectural Firm of Toledo, Ohio. The drawings are pencil on cream colored paper, the commission number for the project is 609, and the drawing was created in 1939. This drawing depicts the front and rear elevation of the building as well as a typical wall section. Also included in this commission but not scanned are additional interior and exterior elevations and floorplans both for the apartment building and a garage, as well as a site plan. As of 2018 this building has not been demolished

  • Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church, Architectural drawings, 1950s
    , 2020
    Co-Authors: Britsch And Munger, Architectural Firm

    Abstract:

    Architectural drawings for a church commissioned by Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church and created by the Britsch and Munger Architectural Firm of Toledo, Ohio. The drawings are white line on blue paper and pencil on tissue paper, the commission number for the project is 1052, and the drawings were created in 1952 and 1953. These drawings depict an Architectural rendering of the church, along with the front and rear elevations and some details of the window construction. Also included in the commission but not scanned are numerous exterior elevations, floorplans, and interior and exterior details. As of 2020 this building has not been demolished

  • Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Richard Residence, Architectural drawing, 1941
    , 2020
    Co-Authors: Britsch And Munger, Architectural Firm

    Abstract:

    An Architectural drawing for a residence commissioned by Grant M. Richard and created by the Britsch and Munger Architectural Firm of Toledo, Ohio. The drawing is pencil on tissue paper, the commission number for the project is 648, and the drawing was created in 1941. This drawing depicts the front and rear elevation for the dwelling as well as a detailed section of a typical wall. Also included in the commission but not scanned are floorplans, additional exterior and interior elevations, floorplans, a site plan, landscaping plan, foundation plan, and drainage plan. The location of this building, as well as if it was ever contructed, has not been identified, though the drawings indicate it was intended for Homerdale Road in Miner Park

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  • Culture of Architectural Firms in Nigeria: An Exploratory Study
    , 2012
    Co-Authors: Adedapo Adewunmi Oluwatayo, Dolapo Amole

    Abstract:

    What is the culture of an Architectural Firm, and what are the organisational characteristics that shape this culture? These are the questions addressed by this paper that surveys 92 Nigerian Architectural Firms. The study investigated the culture of these Architectural Firms using the response of the Firms’ principals to a questionnaire of value statements regarding innovation, stability, people orientation, outcome orientation, team orientation and aggressiveness. The culture types were determined using a two-step cluster analysis of the data. Categorical regression was also used to determine the factors that shaped a Firm‘s culture. The study revealed that the Architectural Firms did not have either market or hierarchical cultures. The findings also challenged the notion that larger Firms tend to be more impersonal. However, the predominance of responsive and staff-oriented cultures conFirmed the notion that service sector organisations are more people-oriented than outcome-oriented conFirms. The leadership style of the principals best predicted a Firm‘s culture.

  • Architectural Firms: Workforce, business strategy and performance
    Australasian Journal of Construction Economics and Building, 2011
    Co-Authors: Adedapo Adewunmi Oluwatayo, Dolapo Amole

    Abstract:

    The intent of this research was to investigate the relationship between the workforce, business strategy and performance of Architectural Firms. Data was collected from 92 Firms randomly selected from the cities where Architectural Firms were most concentrated in Nigeria using questionnaires. Hierarchical regression analysis was carried out to investigate the direct and indirect impacts of the workforce of Architectural Firms on their performance. The findings conFirm the significant positive impact. With business strategy controlled, the specific characteristics of the workforce and its management which influenced performance were the number of architects, the work structure, and the age and experience of the principal partners. The impact of the number of non- architecture professionals and staff participation in decision-making on performance was moderated by the business strategy adopted by the Firms. The results suggest that workforce characteristics are more important than the management of the workforce in determining performance of Architectural Firms. This is contrary to the results of previous studies which suggest higher importance of the management. This probably indicates the peculiarity of Architectural Firm as a professional service Firm in the construction industry.

  • Workforce, strategy and Performance of Architectural Firms in Nigeria.
    , 2011
    Co-Authors: Adedapo Adewunmi Oluwatayo, Dolapo Amole

    Abstract:

    The intent of this research was to investigate the relationship between the workforce, business strategy and performance of Architectural Firms. Data was collected from 92 Firms randomly selected from the cities where Architectural Firms were most concentrated in Nigeria using questionnaires. Hierarchical regression analysis was carried out to investigate the direct and indirect impact of the workforce of the Architectural Firms of their performance. The findings conFirm the significant positive impact of the workforce on the performance of Architectural Firms. With business strategy controlled, the specific characteristics of the workforce and its management which influenced performance were the number of architects, the work structure, and the age and experience of the principal partners. The impact of the number of non- architecture professionals and staff participation in decision-making on performance was moderated by the business strategy adopted by the Firms. The results suggest that workforce characteristics have a higher value than management of workforce in determining performance of Architectural Firms contrary to the results of previous studies which suggest higher value of the management of the workforce in determining performance of Firms. This probably indicates the peculiarity of Architectural Firm as a professional service Firm in the construction industry.