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Identifiers for each party, the project location, a brief description of the project, a basic scope of services to be performed by you, a proposed compensation structure, and. actions for the client to take if they elect to move forward with you.
Define the Project's Scope. Define the Statement of Work for the project. Create a Spreadsheet for the Project. Explain the Meaning of Each Column. List Each Service with Tasks and Rates. Create a Total for the Project Phase. Format the Spreadsheet. Create a "Grand Total" of the Project. Proofread the Fee Proposal.
Administration is usually 5% of the budget, so plan on paying $1,500 for a $30,000 project. Most architects who charge on a percentage basis will charge 8-15% of the total cost of the project, so you can plan on spending $800 to $1,500 for every $10,000 worth of work you want done.
Typically, an architect's fee is calculated as a percentage of the project's final cost of construction. Architects' fees range from 10 to 20 percent for residential projects. However, when you first start the design process, it is difficult, if not impossible to accurately determine the final construction cost.
By comparison, you might fork out from 4.5 to 16 percent of the construction cost for an architect to provide a design concept. These percentages may include engineering costs, as well as 20 to 50 percent for the contractor's markup.
When you decide to hire an architect, you'll need to sign a contract. The contract will typically include the scope of the work, what services the architect will provide, the schedule for the project, how much the architect will be paid, and when. AIA has developed standard contracts that many architects use.
What are the key principles of your design philosophy? Why is this a project that interests you? How much time can you commit to this project? What are the steps in your design process? What are the dynamics of your design team? What are the different services that your firm can provide?
When a significant error or omission in the plans leads to extra costs, delays, and possibly a flawed building in the end, it is usually the architect's responsibility to make it right. That is, the mistake did not make them pay extra for an error or to build something twice.
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