Residential Design

Vol 4, 2017

A business-to-business magazine focused on the collaborative process and talented work of residential architects and custom homebuilders.

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The Announcement of the Decade Documents to Expand Your Practice Like Kowalski, the comet we only see every ten years, the core set of AIA Contract Documents is only updated every ten years. This ensures your design and construction projects are protected against changing industry trends and needs. Many architecture firms go beyond the everyday practice of architecture to include site evaluation, historic preservation, facility support, and commissioning services. For these firms, the heavily revised Architect Scope documents address changes to the industry landscape. Some of the major changes to the Architect Scope documents include: B203-2017, Site Evaluation and Project Feasibility allows the architect to assist an owner in selecting a site and determining the feasibility of a project. An owner can use the services provided by the architect in B203 to decide whether a site, or sites, are suitable for a project, or to determine the development potential of a site.

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