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I know that the AIA defines "Conformed Drawings" someplace. However, I must admit that the term is new to me. I have a situation where I have to challenge the term as a "standard of care". Any experience you have had with this term would be greatly appreciated.
Conformed documents for construction (commonly identified as "Issued For Construction" documents) are the Construction Documents modified to include any addenda issued during the bidding or negotiation process and accepted alternates
David L. Heuring, AIA, NCARB
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