view from the top

Being the supervising architect of a construction project gets tiring, in a way. All the dust and dirt, the noise and smell, the details you need to check, drawings you need to implement and the flow of work you need to organize, plus all the nitty gritty parts of the whole thing. The only reward I get from all these is the learning experience to further enhance my craft.

The project is right smack in the heart of the bustling metropolis. I look down and see the busy streets of the city, and from my vantage point, this site is as busy as the view below.

And as I clamor for a breath of fresh air, I go higher up to the roof deck, and I get a 360° view of Cebu.

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this view of the city is just picturesque

Being the supervising architect of a construction project gets tiring, in a way. But I am starting to get used to it. The only other reward that I wish to have, is that one day, I will be the one others will learn from.

final dose:
we are not bound to love our job, but liking what we do can make us work better.

 

posted by A.Cortes on 7:49 AM under

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