ARE Handbook-CE-SAMPLE ITEM 2

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    Rebekka O'Melia

    Hi Yuan,

    Unless they already know the site has hazardous materials, I think this is correct.  So IF hazardous materials are found the environmental consultant is in charge of it.  A general contractor is not going to include it in their bid, so reserving an 'allowance' for it, just in case, is good.

    Hope this helps!

    Rebekka O'Melia, Registered Architect, NCARB, B. Arch, M. Ed, Step UP,  Step UP ARE 5.0 Courses

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    Yuan Ma

    Hi Rebekka, thank you for the response!

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