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Credibility (from the Architect’s Corner)

Matthew Barhdyt, AIA, LEED AP mbarhydt@adparchitects.com Principal, Acheson Doyle Partners Architects Talent is not enough. In an economy where opportunity still seems to be more of a promise than a reality, credibility can make the difference between winning or losing … Continue reading

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LDs vs. Incentives on Projects

I have a nagging question which I cannot answer.  Why do some Owners (including Government institutions) insist on including LDs (liquidated damages) in contracts?  Based on my experience and on informal surveys I have taken, LDs, in general, DO NOT … Continue reading

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Architectural Insight

The Architect’s Corner will feature writings by Architects on topics relevant to our readers.  I am pleased to announce that Mr. Matthew Barhydt has joined this blog, and will offer his insights and views on design, construction and project management. … Continue reading

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