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 Architect-engineer Shall Prepare All Phases Of Documents In
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 Army Engineer District, Norfolk, plans a solicitation for architect-engineer services.
The Federal Highway Administration plans to award an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract for construction inspection architect-engineer services.
EPA plans to award one or more indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contracts for architect-engineer services in these states: Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Alabama.
Contract Awarded for the environmental restoration projects with architect-engineer related services
EPA plans a solicitation for architect-engineer services in Regions 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 covering these states: Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Colorado, Nevada, California, Oregon and Washington.

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