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The Landscape Architect’s Guidelines for
Construction Contract Administration

Construction contract administration is an important part of the profession of landscape architecture. When properly orchestrated, this phase allows the landscape architect to take a decisive path to help ensure successful implementation of the design and materials they have specified for a project. The landscape architect is an integral part of construction projects from concept development through construction, maintenance, and warranty of constructed projects.

The ASLA Professional Practice Committee created The Landscape Architect’s Guidelines for Construction Contract Administration with the intent of providing information, knowledge, and guidance to a sometimes unfamiliar and misunderstood facet of the profession. These guidelines reflect the breadth of construction contract administration services but are targeted toward tasks that are primarily landscape architectural in nature and would routinely be overseen by a landscape architect.

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Picture of the productGuidelines for Construction Contract Administration
The American Society of Landscape Architects has developed these guidelines to assist practitioners in the development of procedures to administer contracts for construction of projects designed by landscape architects.

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