Author: P. Smith
1 August 2017
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In the third note in this series, David Shields provides a brief guide to the formation of a professional services contract and the obligations this entails.
In the first note in this series, Norman Train stresses the importance of making clear from the outset what an engineer will – and will not – do in return for their fee.
In the second note in this new series, Norman Train offers guidance on areas where the boundaries of the service to be provided by a structural engineer need to be defined in the fee proposal in order to avoid ambiguity.