ARCHITECT'S SERVICES. 1.1.1 The Architect's services consist of those services performed by the Architect, Architect's employees and Architect's consultants as enumerated in Articles 2 and 3 of this Agreement and any other services included in Article 12.
ARCHITECT'S SERVICES. Add: “1.1.4 (Approvals) The Owner’s approvals of documents and other items, e.g., in Subparagraphs 2.3.1, 2.4.1, and 2.5.1, are not waivers or releases of the Architect’s duty to provide the documents and other items in accordance with this Agreement and in accordance with applicable professional standards.”
ARCHITECT'S SERVICES. Architect agrees to perform the services specifically described in Exhibit 1 and all other professional services reasonably inferable from Exhibit 1 and necessary for complete performance of Architect’s obligations under this Agreement (collectively, “Architect’s Services”). To the extent of any conflict between the terms in Exhibit 1 and this Agreement, the terms of this Agreement shall prevail.
ARCHITECT'S SERVICES. 1.1.1 At the time of performance, the Architect shall be properly licensed, equipped, organized and financed to perform the Services. Each person who performs the Services shall be experienced and qualified to perform the services he or she performs. If requested by the School District, the Architect shall remove from the Services, without cost to the School District or delay to the Services, any person whose removal the School District reasonably requests.
ARCHITECT'S SERVICES. 1.1.1 Architect’s services (the “Services”) consist of those services performed by Architect, Architect’s employees and any subcontract engineers or others (the “Sub-consultants”) retained by Architect as enumerated in Articles 3 and 4 of this Agreement and the other Contract Documents.
ARCHITECT'S SERVICES. [--services determined by project--]
ARCHITECT'S SERVICES. The Architect xxxxxx accepts said employment and agrees to perform all the necessary professional architectural, engineering and construction administration services in a professional manner, consistent with the standards of the industry, including but not limited to the following: