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Design Architect is eliminated during the construction

  • 1.  Design Architect is eliminated during the construction

    Posted 01-08-2024 09:53 AM

    I've come across projects where an Architect was responsible for the design, yet the Owner chose not to engage an Architect during construction for construction administration, for tasks like response to RFIs, submittal/shop drawing reviews. The Owner has excluded Architect involvement during construction.

     

    According to AIA Form A201, it is recommended that projects designed by an Architect should be administered by an Architect, either the original designer or another qualified professional What are your thoughts on this matter?

    Thank you.

     

    Ghader A. Mirak, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP

    Frisco, Texas

     

     

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