Architect definition

Architect means the person or other entity engaged by the PHA to perform architectural, engineering, design, and other services related to the work as provided for in the contract. When a PHA uses an engineer to act in this capacity, the terms “architect” and “engineer” shall be synonymous. The Architect shall serve as a technical representative of the Contracting Officer. The Architect’s authority is as set forth elsewhere in this contract.
Architect. “Engineer,” or “A/E” means a person or entity lawfully entitled to practice architecture or engineering, representing Owner within the limits of its delegated authority.
Architect means a holder of a license, a certificate of practice, or a temporary license under the Architect’s Act as defined in the Building Code.

Examples of Architect in a sentence

  • On receipt of request, Architect will either proceed with inspection or notify Contractor of unfulfilled requirements.

  • Architect will advise Contractor when a submittal being processed must be delayed for coordination.

  • For the drawings issued to the contractor by the Architect / Consultant.

  • Owner-Initiated Proposal Requests: Architect will issue a detailed description of proposed changes in the Work that may require adjustment to the Contract Sum or the Contract Time.

  • Provided always that the issue of any certificate by the Architect / consultant during progress of works or completion shall not have effect as certificate of satisfaction relieve the contractor from his liability under clause.


More Definitions of Architect

Architect means every partner of the firm M/s Upal Ghosh Associates, New Delhi, appointed by the Institute for the work and in the event of ceasing to be the Architects, such other firms or persons as may be appointed by the Institute.
Architect or “Architect/Engineer” means any person or firm employed by the Commission for the purpose of designing the project.