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Things that Result in Changes

3m 48s

Eric Balogh of The Beck Group talks about the architect’s role during construction & evaluation at the Peachtree Center project in Georgia. He’ll explain RFI’s, submittals, quality assurance & quality control, site visits, and field reports. Get information on the revision process, payout process, and a better understanding of the Punch List process.

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In our case, because we're integrated, I was able to sort of work with the subcontractor and our superintendent, and we came up with a solution that didn't require any additional time, didn't require any additional material, we actually just changed the pattern sort of in the overall plan of the plaza space, and we were able to sort of have kind of a net zero effect. The last kind of big thing that changes come out of is constructability. As architects, we draw a lot of details, we take a lot of manufacturer's details and sort of, not mold them, but make them more project-specific.

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THE BECK GROUP - PEACHTREE CENTER

Duration: 51m