A university hires an architect to design a renovation and addition to a performing arts center. The university wants to use an integrated project delivery method and contract with a series of consultants who will each coordinate their scope of work with the architect. The work is to be executed in multiple phases and includes the following:
- Restore the original facade of the existing facility built in 1905.
- Convert the existing sloped concrete floor performance hall into a new flat floor performance space.
- Renovate existing classrooms to provide new advanced audio and video laboratories.
- Design a performance hall addition connected to the existing facility by an elevated walkway.
- Identify and address any AHJ or accessibility issues in the existing facility.
Who should the architect recommend the university hire before the schematic design phase? Check the four that apply.
As part of an IPD project, a general contractor will contract with the owner and should be involved in the predesign phase.
A geotechnical engineer will be a third-party consultant to the owner and should be involved in the predesign phase.
The owner should contract with an historic preservationist due to the facade restoration and should be involved in the predesign phase.
As part of an IPD project, a construction manager will contract with the owner and should be involved in the predesign phase
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