Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 08:44:36 AM. Architecture. By travers.
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An architect will always be trained in building contract law. At the construction stage of your project, it is useful to have a building contract set up and administered by a third party. Its a useful record that helps you to manage all aspects of the relationship between you and your builder. The inevitable decision-making path ahead and discussions regarding payments are all taken care in one big document, before any work has been completed. An architect, who will have intimate knowledge of the design and detail of your project, is perfectly positioned to draw this contract up.
Scaled plans are the first step and point of reference for the most important construction issues in your home project time, quality and cost. These three topics are key to the success of your project. An architect will guide you on prioritising these three topics and advise you how to procure your project in the most appropriate way to suit the order of your priorities. An architect can help you with initial planning, through to the deciding on the finer technical issues and even deciding on fixtures and fittings, at the same time taking into consideration all the factors mapped out on the scaled plans they have supplied.
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