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Volume 1.0

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1.1.1 The Role of the Architect

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What are some of the new frontiers in architectural practice?

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In addition to academia, architects can pursue research careers in which of the following settings?

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Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a potential role for architects in corporate architecture?

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What are some of the new frontiers in architectural practice?

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In private practice, architects may be self-employed or employed by other professionals. What other role can they have?

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What is one of the skills that an architect must have to synthesize and coordinate various parts of a project?

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Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a potential role for architects in academia?

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Which of the following is NOT a new form of project delivery?

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Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a potential challenge for architects in the changing project delivery methods?

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What is one of the new frontiers in architectural practice?

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Which of the following is NOT a challenge faced by architects in the 21st century?

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Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a potential role for architects in private practice?

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What is one of the impacts of the increasing consumption of water, raw materials, and fossil fuels?

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Which government department in Canada employs architects at the federal level?

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Which type of architect carries the entire responsibility for their employer's client?

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Architects employed by corporations may provide a full range of professional services for their employer. What other role can they have?

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What is one of the architect's responsibilities?

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Which of the following best describes the role of the architect in ancient Greece and Rome?

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What organization was formed to transform the design and construction market for sustainable buildings in Canada?

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Architects in government and institutions can play a variety of roles. What role requires them to be tactful and diplomatic?

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Which of the following is NOT a typical career for architects in the construction and development industry?

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Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a potential role for architects in the construction and development industry?

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Which of the following is NOT a typical career for architects in the construction and development industry?

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What organization was formed to transform the design and construction market for sustainable buildings in Canada?

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What is one of the impacts of the increasing consumption of water, raw materials, and fossil fuels?

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Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a potential benefit of new technologies and tools for architectural practice?

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What is one of the challenges architects face in the era of globalization?

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Which government department in Canada employs architects at the federal level?

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What is one of the benefits of new software and computer tools for architects?

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Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a potential benefit of new software and computer tools for architects?

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What is one of the responsibilities of an architect?

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What is one of the challenges architects face in the era of globalization?

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What is one of the roles that architects can have at the provincial/territorial level in Canada?

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Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a potential role for architects in government and institutions?

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What was the role of architects in medieval times?

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Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a new frontier in architectural practice?

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In addition to academia, architects can pursue research careers in which of the following settings?

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What was the role of architects in ancient Egypt?

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1.1.2 The Architect as a Professional

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Which of the following is NOT included in the professional services?

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Which professions are mentioned in the text as examples of occupations that require mastery of a body of knowledge and skills?

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What is the role of provincial and territorial associations of architects in Canada?

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Which profession requires a more diverse educational background?

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Which profession is involved in all buildings and environments for human habitation and occupancy?

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Which profession is not typically involved in structures such as warehouses and bridges?

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Which of the following is NOT one of the four principles of professionalism identified by the International Union of Architects (UIA)?

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Which of the following is true about the practice of architecture?

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What is the purpose of using the expression 'profession' or 'professional' in the text?

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What are the four generic principles of professionalism that apply to architecture?

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In jurisdictions where professional liability insurance is not mandatory, what must professionals consider?

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What distinguishes architecture from other professions?

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Which term is used in some countries to refer to the monitoring of construction?

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What does the term 'profession' mean?

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Which profession's designs and drawings are protected by copyright?

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What is the purpose of coordination of technical documentation in architectural practice?

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What is the purpose of contract administration in architectural practice?

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Which profession is responsible for managing and coordinating a project?

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What is one aspect that differentiates professions in Canada from other occupations?

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What is the level of dedication professionals are expected to bring to their work?

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What is the expanding concept of health and safety in architecture?

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Which profession is described as a social art and the sole profession qualified to design and provide advice on the built environment?

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Where can one find a legal definition of architectural practice?

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What is the main purpose of professional education and experience for architects?

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What is the relationship between architecture and engineering?

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What distinguishes professions from other occupations?

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Which profession usually specializes in one discipline?

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Which professions were historically considered as the 'learned' professions?

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What does it mean for professionals to act with autonomy?

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What is the responsibility of professionals regarding the consequences of their professional behavior?

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1.1.3 Professional Conduct and Ethics

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Which types of regulations are included in the existing bylaws or regulations in each province or territory?

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What do architects declare when they become registered or licensed?

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Why are most rules of conduct in the architectural profession consolidated into a separate publication?

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What is the purpose of publishing and distributing the findings of disciplinary hearings?

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Which of the following is NOT a responsibility of architects as professionals?

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What forms the basis of ethical behavior for architects?

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What does the definition of 'Ethics' mean?

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What are the subject areas covered by the model code developed by the UIA?

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What are the potential consequences for an architect who does not comply with a conduct requirement?

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What is the purpose of the discipline committee in provincial and territorial associations of architects?

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What are some examples of administrative rules and regulations in the architectural profession?

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What do architects acts and subsidiary bylaws or regulations codify?

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What do regulations regarding competency in the architectural profession ensure?

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Who are architects responsible to as professionals?

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What is the definition of 'Complaint' mean?

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Which organization has developed Recommended Guidelines for the UIA Accord on Recommended International Standards of Professionalism in Architectural Practice?

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What is the definition of 'Code' mean?

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What empowers a provincial or territorial association of architects to regulate its members?

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What is the purpose of the Code of Ethics of the Ordre des architectes du Québec (OAQ)?

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What do ethical regulations or codes of ethics in the architectural profession aim to maintain?

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1.2.1 The Construction Industry

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What is the role of the Construction Industry Consultative Committee (CICC)?

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What do trade shows in the construction industry showcase?

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Which phase of the construction process involves demolishing and recycling the asset?

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What is the definition of 'constructor' in the context of the construction industry?

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What do architects typically include in their office library?

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What is the definition of 'journeyman' in the context of the construction industry?

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What are the three major sub-sectors of the construction industry in Canada?

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What is the purpose of the Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC)?

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Which type of companies provide bonds to contractors in the construction industry?

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What drives the labor force and hiring practices in the construction industry?

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What are some examples of skilled workers who must be licensed?

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Which organizations make up the Construction Industry Consultative Committee (CICC)?

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What organizations are represented in the Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC)?

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What do architects and engineers in most jurisdictions need to carry?

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What is the role of the Construction Industry Consultative Committee (CICC) in relation to the Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC)?

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Which sub-sector covers all dwellings from single-family homes to large apartment buildings?

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What is the role of lending institutions in the construction industry?

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What do bonding and insurance companies provide to contractors and owners?

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What type of insurance do some associations establish for architects?

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Who establishes the product standards used in the construction industry?

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What is the role of the Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC) in relation to the Construction Industry Consultative Committee (CICC)?

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What do community colleges and vocational schools provide in terms of training?

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Who are the major groups in the construction industry?

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How many major sub-sectors does the construction industry in Canada have?

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What do the safety associations in the construction industry do?

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Which phase of the construction process involves operating and maintaining the asset after project completion?

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What are some examples of skilled tradespeople in the construction industry?

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What are the major components of the construction industry?

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What do manufacturers and suppliers provide to architects?

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Which group of professionals often acts as the prime consultant for building design work?

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What is the role of trade contractors in construction?

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What are the two ways in which governments contribute to the construction industry?

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Which phase of the construction process involves studying the feasibility of the project?

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Which sub-sector covers all non-building construction projects, including roads, sewer and water, bridges, dams, railways, ports, airports, pipelines, and oil and gas facilities?

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What types of organizations can benefit from the training and educational programs offered by the construction industry associations?

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What are the two distinct groups of building owners?

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How do construction firms finance their operations?

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What is the largest sector of the Canadian economy?

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Which sub-sector covers all buildings other than residential?

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Which sector represents between 15% and 17% of Canada’s gross domestic product?

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1.2.2 The Client

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What must the architect address in addition to understanding the distinctions between an owner, a user, and an occupant?

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What is the mission of BOMA Canada?

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What is a characteristic of corporate clients?

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Which type of clients typically receive monies from government, public fund-raising efforts, grants, endowments, or other external sources of funds?

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When providing professional services, what should the architect have with the client?

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What is the responsibility of the client in a client-architect agreement?

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What is the definition of 'owner' in the context of a construction project?

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Which countries have overseas affiliates of BOMA International?

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Who should give direction to the architect to ensure efficiency in the project?

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What should architects do to avoid unrealistic expectations from the client?

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What is the purpose of the BOMA/SIOR 2001 Standard for Measuring Floor Area in Industrial Buildings?

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What is the importance of managing client relationships for architects?

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What are some other methods of project delivery mentioned in the text?

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What is the main difference between a client and a customer in the context of architecture?

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Why is it important to establish the client's representative early in the project?

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Which of the following is NOT true about the role of a client in architecture?

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What is the assumed level of knowledge and dependence on the guidance of a professional, such as an architect, for a client?

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What is a characteristic of government clients?

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Who usually holds the ownership or legal title to the land or site and the completed building project?

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In the context of architecture, what is the role of a Design-Builder?

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Which client type may have limited authority and be accountable to a committee or board of directors?

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What is the purpose of the Building Owners and Managers Institute (BOMI) of Canada?

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What is the role of occupants in a building project?

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What is the role of the architect in engaging specialists for a project?

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Which of the following is NOT a type of client mentioned in the text?

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Who is responsible for appointing a representative or authorizing someone to act on their behalf in a construction project?

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Which level of government may have a slow decision-making process for building projects?

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Where can architects find project opportunities and Requests for Proposals (RFPs) from the federal government and other levels of government?

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Which of the following is NOT an example of a government client mentioned in the text?

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Who are the stakeholders of a building project?

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1.2.3 Consultants

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Which type of consultants are usually engaged directly by the client in Québec?

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Which of the following services are typically not covered by architectural professional liability insurance policies?

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Which organization works with the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) to develop and maintain the MasterFormat™ system?

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Which document is recommended for an agreement with engineering consultants and other design professionals?

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Which organization is discussed in Chapter 1.1.4, The Organization of the Profession in Canada, and is described as the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC)?

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Which organization's membership consists of approximately 600 independent consulting engineering firms and 11 provincial and territorial member organizations?

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Which associations are outlined in the Handbook?

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Which organization is committed to ongoing development and delivery of quality education programs, publications, and services for the betterment of the construction community?

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What should the architect do before executing a written agreement with a consultant?

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Which type of consultants are frequently consulted for building projects related to acoustics?

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Which organization is the national multi-disciplinary, non-profit association with chapters across Canada that publishes Construction Canada magazine and the TEK-AID series of reference documents?

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Which type of consultants are typically engaged as prime consultants for industrial building projects?

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Which organization offers certification programs such as the Certified Construction Contract Administrator (CCCA) and the Certified Technical Representative (CTR)?

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What is one of the architect's important roles in managing and coordinating consultants?

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Which type of consultants are considered basic consultants frequently engaged by architects?

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Which type of consultants are usually engaged by the client as prime consultants for most building classifications?

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Which organization is the National Association of consulting firms that provides engineering and other technology-based intellectual services to the built and natural environment?

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Which organization is the consultant that is retained directly by the client for the provision of the main part of professional services, including management and coordination of sub-consultants and other consultants engaged directly by the client or others?

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What should the architect do when preparing an agreement with consultants who have a limited role?

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Which type of consultants specialize in the science of building envelopes?

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