architect-engineer


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architect-engineer

An individual or firm offering professional services as both architect and engineer; term generally used in government contracts, particularly those with the federal government.
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The scope of work includes architect-engineer services for complex civil infrastructure including preparation of studies, designs, specifications, reports and other contract documents for construction, roadways, parking facilities, traffic signalization, specialized ground transportation infrastructure for flight hardware, railroads, airport runways and hangars, wharf facilities and dredging, security systems and force protection, water distribution, wastewater collection, storm-water management, coastal management, and geotechnical evaluations.
Proposed change applies to contracts for architect-engineer services.
The scope of work may include planning and design for unexploded ordnance, force protection, security, fuel facilities, military family housing, and a broad range of traditional architect-engineer services.
Jacobs will provide the full range of Title I, Title II, and other architect-engineer services to support environmental and traditional programs on Air Force installations worldwide.
is the architect-engineer of the project, which broke ground Apr.

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