Hail the architect, part deux


So, an architect forgets to draw control joints and points to a general boilerplate language that mentions control joints but nothing else. Somehow this ends bypasses not only the architect who was on-site weekly for a year, the General Contractor and gets laid completely at the feet of the subcontractor as being their fault. What’s worse is a nearly identical school was started 6 months earlier and they are trying to do the same thing to that subcontractor. No responsibility, nada, zip, none, nothing, not so much as a peep from either the GC or the architect as to their responsibilities.

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