'ECONOMICAL' - in summary

Here in summary are the effects of ‘Economical’, once building work begins:​



See a typical ‘Economical’ scenario in full, so you can see how it plays out.

Both client and builder are empowered, with clear lines of recourse, for two reasons:

Firstly, the JCT (Joint Contracts Tribunal) form of contract;

Secondly, because it’s the architect’s job to

design in detail, collaboratively with the client,

document fully and unambiguously

and enforce exactly what the client gets, for the contracted fixed price.

In this ‘Economical’, my kind of architectural service is at the core and the JCT contract rewards such precision.

It’s my contractual obligation to be professionally fair to both parties, even though it’s the client paying me.

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