Yes, this is among the longest running discussions in the AIA forums and I find the responses quite intriguing. In general, people who have been practicing for a long time (meaning us older people) have voiced disdain for someone who resigns via email. ...
At the end of day 1 at A'21 I joined a breakout room focused on the preceding keynote address about Transforming the Business of Design. Folks seemed to catch the most fire from Sheela Sogaard's comments about not leaving money at the bargaining tbale ...
Thank you everyone, for your thoughts and suggestions. I will try to add an update to this post once we finish sorting this out. In our case, this was a publicly-funded, hard-bid project and we were required to include a liquidated damages provision ...
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