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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B205-2017, Historic Preservation was reorganized into four categories Historic Assessment, Existing Buildings Assessment, Preservation Planning, and Specific State and Federal Services. These categories align with the typical chronology of services an architect might provide on a project with historically significant buildings or features. B205 also clarifies the architect's responsibility regarding hazardous materials on a project with historically significant buildings or features. B207-2017, On Site Project Representation allows the owner and architect to establish the scope of the on-site project representative's authority to act on behalf of the architect. B207 also includes enhanced and clarified responsibilities for the on-site project representative. B210-2017, Facility Support was restructured into the following six service categories: (1) Facility Condition Assessment, (2) Facility Performance Assessment, (3) Operations Assessment, (4) Space Management, (5) Maintenance Management, and (6) Digital Facility Management System. B210 was also modified so that it can be used to hire an architect to perform facility support services on one or multiple facilities. C203-2017, Commissioning was updated to reflect changes in the industry. The C203 now includes: provisions describing the consultant's role to assist in preparing the owner's project requirements, commissioning-related design reviews, consultant's role in commissioning during the construction phase of the project and a detailed description of the consultant's commissioning plan. Learn more and download Architect Scope document samples at aiacontracts.org/residentialdesign FOR MORE INFO CIRCLE 9

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