Architecture companies, even nowadays, have failed to jump on the computer generated bandwagon where designs can be digitally available in a fraction of a time. They either have been slow to adapt to the next generation standards or simply find a resistance to change. I find the latter to be true in the case of firms that are not-so you on the demographic.
Firms that are not so inclined on taking advantage of 3D rendering their presentations, often miss out on time, effort and even clients. They still harp on their 2D designs that are painstakingly made by hand and they don’t contact a good 3D rendering studio that can prepare images in a few days.
There are a number of amazing software available out there that assist a designer to bring out and create building plans that have every nook and cranny measured up to the T. This is especially useful when it comes to budgeting and having a definite floor plan much, much ahead of construction. It is thus important to look into all the mentioned stances above to better your work and perfect them to leave a better imprint in the minds of the target audience.