Architect/Engineer. (A/E) means a person registered as an architect pursuant to Tex. Occ. Code Xxx., Chapter 1051, as a landscape architect pursuant to Tex. Occ. Code Xxx., Chapter 1052, a person licensed as a professional engineer pursuant to Tex. Occ. Code Xxx., Chapter 1001 and/or a firm employed by Owner or a design-build contractor to provide professional architectural or engineering services and to exercise overall responsibility for the design of a Project or a significant portion thereof, and to perform the contract administration responsibilities set forth in the Contract.
Architect/Engineer and its consultants shall conduct and participate in concealed space observations (in-wall and above ceiling), systems start-up observations, systems integration/operational demonstrations, Substantial Completion and pre-Final work observations to determine the dates of Substantial Completion, and Final Completion. In association with each observation, Architect/Engineer and its consultants shall prepare a list of items that Architect/Engineer, its consultants and Owner have observed as deficiencies in the Work, requiring remedial work or replacement. The Architect/Engineer shall assemble, transcribe and distribute the official punch list(s) to all affected parties, and thereafter review the corrected and/or replaced work and assist in verification of correction of all items.
Architect/Engineer. 1.1 The Architect/Engineer as defined in the General Provisions shall be Dewberry Consultants LLC, whose address is 0000 Xxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx, Xxxxxxx, Xxxxxxxx 00000. Provided, however, that the Owner may, without liability to the Contractor, unilaterally amend this Article from time to time by designating a different person or organization to act as its A/E and so advising the Contractor in writing, at which time the person or organization so designated shall be the A/E for purposes of this Contract.
Architect/Engineer. During the course of the Project, the Architect/Engineer shall post all Contract Documents to the CPMS. Princeton University requires adherence to CAD standards and specific formats for certain drawing elements (e.g., equipment, finish, and door schedules). Design reviews will be tracked in the CPMS and the Architect/Engineer shall respond to and acknowledge comments as they occur. With the exception of physical samples, the Architect/Engineer shall post an electronic version of all submittals. At Project completion, the Architect/Engineer shall post a final set of Drawings in DWG format that are compliant with Article XIV of the Design Services Contract for the Project, Archive Drawings and Specifications as a duplicate set of PDF files organized in the aforementioned format, page named, bundled and bookmarked. BIM files, when applicable, will be posted on Princeton University’s BIM360Glue platform. SECTION E -- CONTRACT TIME: SCHEDULES, DELAYS, AND EXTENSIONS OF TIME CLAUSE E1 PROJECT SCHEDULE
Architect/Engineer at the Architect/Engineer’s expense, at each stage of review described in Paragraph 15.7, shall furnish and deliver to the Owner the number of complete printed copies of all Drawings, Specifications and basis of design as enumerated in paragraph 15.7, which copies shall become the property of the Owner. The Architect/Engineer shall pay for the reproduction of all Plans, Specifications and other documents for use by the Architect/Engineer and its consultants.
Architect/Engineer. The term “Architect/Engineer” shall mean either the architect of record or the engineer of record under contract to the State of Colorado for the Project identified in the Contract Documents.
Architect/Engineer. A. The ARCHITECT/ENGINEER, as an agent of the DISTRICT, shall be DISTRICT’s representative during the construction period and shall observe the progress and quality of the Work on behalf of DISTRICT. ARCHITECT/ENGINEER shall have authority to stop work whenever stoppage may be necessary, in ARCHITECT/ENGINEER’S reasonable opinion, to ensure the proper execution of this Contract.