The architect’s role during the construction period is usually to carry out periodic observations of the works to check for compliance with the contract documents. This often results in amendments to details or designs to overcome unforeseen site conditions.
Following the observations, and often in collaboration with a quantity surveyor, the architect is responsible for issuing the payment certificates and providing any instructions related to additions or omissions to the contract works.
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