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Accessible entry

Published: 10 January 2012

Providing accessible entry About 19% of Australia's population has some kind of disability. Providing access to buildings for people with ...

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Client note: Copyright in architecture

Published: 11 January 2013

Building owners and those contemplating a building project frequently ask questions about copyright. The following are some of the most commonly ...

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Client note: Fee tendering

Published: 21 December 2011

Fee bidding is arguably the worst way to select your architect.  It is a means of selection where you ask a number of architects to submit their fees ...

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Client note: Managing your project costs

Published: 14 January 2013

One of the critical aspects of the architectural process is the management and understanding of the project cost. Any architectural process includes ...

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Client note: Opening up and testing the works

Published: 3 October 2017

Occasionally, work which has been done by the contractor needs to be opened up for testing or inspection. If this is necessary it will be ordered by ...

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Client note: Progress payments during construction

Published: 3 October 2017

Under most standard building contracts the contractor is paid progressively throughout the project and is required to submit progress claims to the ...

Guide letters provide advice about matters architects should consider when composing letters to the parties involved in architectural projects. 1.

Guide letters provide advice about matters architects should consider when composing letters to the parties involved in architectural projects. 1.

Guide letters provide advice about matters architects should consider when composing letters to the parties involved in architectural projects. 1.

Guide letters provide advice about matters architects should consider when composing letters to the parties involved in architectural projects. 1.

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