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Blurred lines: clients need to know what a real architect is


Lisa is absolutely correct. I have been supplanted by a Design and Construct builder who shows in his publicity that he has in-house architects, but he doesn't, he has technicians or CAD operators he refers to as architects. The client was therefore assured there would be the services of an architect without having to pay a fee! Another client found an "architect" who would charge less than me, then having obtained a planning permission with an appalling design then asked me to build the impossible design! The public needs a better understanding of the role of architects in the building industry, particularly when considering domestic jobs.

Posted date

23 April, 2018

Posted time

10:26 am


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