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  • Regarding: Waiving Liability w/ no CA Services, and in addition to the comment by Christopher G. Blood AIA. I concur with his opinion that you are still responsible as a licensed professional. For Reference: In Washington State - ...

  • I have come to understand that my E+O carrier has a dim view of us NOT providing CA and that there is a trigger somewhere in their matrix that if more than 25% (or something close to it) of our projects do not include CA as a contracted scope of work, ...

  • Construction Administration is or isn’t a contractural obligation between the Owner and Architect. It’s value to the Owner and necessity will vary widely with the size of the project. Small projects, like residential remodeling, or tenant leasehold ...

  • Rather than look to state law to find out what is required explicitly by statute, It may be informative to understand what we as professionals, entrusted with the Health Safety and Welfare of our fellow citizens, may owe society irregardless of compensation ...

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  • Look into the B105; three pages of basic material. That said, you will want to talk with your legal counsel about things to be added or changed in California (and elsewhere). Such as: Statement that this agreement is the agreement and any changes need ...

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