The Construction Process


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The Construction Process
1010401The Construction ProcessA wise old architect once said, “The best buildings are the ones that never get built.” He was wise because he realized an essential truth about architectural practice: the greatest liability threat to an architect occurs during the period when his design is under construction. It is perhaps ironic that this is also the period when the architect has collected approximately three-fourths of his fee for the project and his attentions are focused elsewhere, on marketing or preparing the construction documents for new projects. Some architects view construction administration as a necessary evil, a period of …
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Greg Winkler: Construction Administration for Architects. The Construction Process, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2009), AccessEngineering Export