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  • Edward, you have expressed several very important concerns. At some point in the past, i looked up the statutes for several states; it seems as though Residential Design (one and two-family residences) is mostly an unregulated profession, in that there ...

  • Hi Eugene, I'm interested in reading what our colleague's opinion was. I will look it up; you have just provoked my thoughts and compelled me to share my own experience. As humans we adapt, we change and our opinion today may be different tomorrow.  ...

  • To Edward and All Architects: Over the last several years, I decided to modify the traditional approach to the single family market in my area, and this involved becoming the planner, developer, and architect. I found properties and lots ...

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  • Edward - Maybe you can work with "your" builder to create an agreement which he can use with the future homeowners that says an architect (you) will be involved with the design and documents.  [Does the builder have a standard agreement that they use ...

  • Hi Edward.  We developed a 'letter of intent' quite a few years ago to help address this and similar situations. It outlines a general agreement between owner and contractor to work together toward a set budget and outline project scope, in good faith.  ...

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  • It is an honor to serve as the Chair of the AIA Project Delivery Knowledge Community (PDKC) for 2019, leading a Knowledge Community of about 10,000 members on developing and sharing knowledge around all forms of project delivery.  I want to give special ...