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  • From Joel Reitzer, Architect of R4 Development (Architecture & P.M. firm) Florida This issue arises quite often, and this has been the case since the 90's in Texas. With licenses in Texas, North Carolina, and now in Florida, I have found this ...

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  • Hello, Larry.  You've probably got this sorted out by now, but from my vantage point I don't see the issue. Owners can assemble a team of professionals any way they like, from one-stop-shopping Design-Build to holding each Agreement individually.  Here's ...

  • Please recall that long ago Architects provided "Full Services."  Then the 70's came upon the profession and insurance changed the rules and services were diminished or eliminated.  That is, less risk and therefore less responsibility, but insurance premiums ...

  • Regarding the why civil engineering isn't included in the contract's Basic Services probably would require some grizzled old veteran of AIA documents to explain.  I'll offer a couple of thoughts. 1.  Someone at some point who wrote the earliest AIA Owner-Architect ...

  • I would agree with Mr. Burcope that the Architect's liability will not be lessened as the coordination requirements would more or less be the same, however the delegated design route for the Structural design might be an avenue to consider.  That said ...

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