Monthly Archives: August 2013
AIA Delivery Method Brief AREFORUM Government Project Delivery Methods: DBB – Design Bid Build – Owner has a separate contract with Architect (designer/agent) and Contractor (builder) – Traditional Bidding Method – Promotes most competitive bidding climate – Creates adversarial relationship … Continue reading
Looks like NCARB actually finished as promised and the blackout is over. No reason to not schedule your exams now. There is a fact sheet outlining how the blackout will affect your rolling clock and the exam taking procedure. And … Continue reading
A201 General Conditions 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS – Instruments of service: studies, models, sketches, drawings, specs, etc. – Contractor and subs can reproduce instruments of service solely for project 2 OWNER – Contractor can request evidence of owners financial ability to … Continue reading
These short videos are a great little intro to various design movements and their architects. Hopefully they will help provide visuals to associate with some of the major aspects of architectural history.
Introduction and overview of the _AIA Docs_ describing the contractual arrangements between each of the various parties (architects, owners, contractors and consultants). B101 -arch & owner -architect’s responsibility (standard of care, representative, liability, etc.) -basic services (schedule, governing authorities, SD, … Continue reading