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3 months ago
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By Bill Schmalz, FAIA

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3 months ago
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By Paul Potts

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7 months ago
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By Eric O. Pempus, AIA

As they become “generally familiar with the progress and quality of the Work,” architects customarily, although not required under the standard agreement, ...

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8 months ago
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By Bill Schmalz, FAIA

Although submittals are rarely matters of life or death, architects can use the triage concept to facilitate submittal review. Within a day of receiving a submittal, ...

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one year ago
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Refresh your focus on construction contract administration by reading through these 10 tips for 2017. Tips include suggestions for handling deficiencies, how to triage all RFIs and ...

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one year ago
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By Eric Pempus, AIA

One of the most overlooked yet dangerous pitfalls for an architect is a provision in a legal document requiring a design professional to “comply with all laws, ...

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one year ago
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one year ago
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By Bill Schmalz, FAIA, and Yu-Ngok Lo, AIA Most architects know that a substitution, an RFI, and a submittal are distinct things, each with its own relationship to the owner-contractor ...

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one year ago
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By Michael Plottel, AIA

The complexity of modern buildings often leaves owners figuratively at sea. “Did we really get everything we paid for?” and “How do we operate this thing?” ...

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one year ago
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By Dale Munhall, AIA

Real progress in the construction industry will require changes that are far more fundamental than electronics and wishful thinking. Our history of risk-shifting ...

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