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Some of the world's best-known architects wait years to see their designs built. Today, in an industry that rewards gray hair, the man running one of the world's largest architecture firms is just 34. Peter Morrison, CEO of RMJM Group, has no formal architectural training and no built structures in his portfolio, but he could reshape the business of design. In 2005, Morrison took the top job when RMJM's CEO resigned. Today, Morrison calls the group's business model "evolutionary." The RMJM Group is huge compared to most other stand-alone architectural practices. He believes size is a competitive advantage as developers of the most lucrative commissions offer them to firms with a range of expertise.
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