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CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS PART I ROLE OF THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT 1. Definition and Practice Definition Becoming a Landscape Architect Ethical Responsibilities Legal Responsibilities Professional Liability 2. Scope of Services Practice Diversity Forms of Practice Company Structure Project Services Collaboration with Other Professions PART II RISK MANAGEMENT 3. Identifying Common Risk Exposures Contracts and Proposals Common Risk Exposures 4. Insurance Professional Liability Insurance Office Related Insurance Employee Related Insurance Selecting an Insurance Agent Contract Provisions 5. Dispute Resolution Resolving Disputes in the Conference Room Mediation Arbitration Litigation Expert Witnesses PART III QUALITY CONTROL TECHNIQUES 6. A Quality Control Plan Quality Plan Purpose Office Organization Office Management Employees Marketing Record Keeping / Database Management Process 7. Plan Checking Quality Control Process The CAD Revolution PART IV QUALITY CHECKLISTS 8. Data Collection Checklists 8-1 Project Information 8-2 Data Collection 8-3 Site Inventory 8-4 Site Analysis 8-5 Client Questionnaire 9. Consultant Coordination Checklists 9-1 Architect Coordination 9-2 Civil Engineer Coordination 9-3 Structural Engineer Coordination 9-4 Mechanical and Electrical Engineer Coordination 9-5 Quantity Surveyor Coordination 9-6 Interior Designer Coordination 9-7 Architectural Lighting Designer Coordination 9-8 Fountain / Lake / Pool Consultant Coordination 9-9 Geotechnical / Soil Agronomist Coordination 9-10 Horticulturist Coordination 10. Design Document Checklists 10-1 Design Requirements 10-2 Typical Report Outline Checklist 10-3 Landscape Assessment Components 10-4 Stormwater Management 10-5 Urban Design Components 10-6 Accessibility Requirements 11. Construction Document Checklists 11-1 Base Sheet Checklist 11-2 Demolition Plan Checklist 11-3 Construction Plan Checklist 11-4 Construction Details Checklist 11-5 Grading Plan Checklist 11-6A Planting Plan Checklist 11-6B Interior Planting Plan Checklist 11-7 Lighting Plan Checklist 11-8 Irrigation Plan Checklist 11-9A Specialty Items - Tennis Courts 11-9B Specialty Items - Swimming Pools 11-9C Specialty Items - Water Features 11-9D Specialty Items - Children Playgrounds 11-9E Specialty Items - Roof Top Gardens 11-9F Specialty Items - Wood Decks and Trellises 11-9G Specialty Items- Retaining Walls 11-9H Specialty Items- Streets and Parking 12. Specification Checklists 12-1 Specifications Checklist 13. Cost Estimation Checklists 13-1 Cost Estimate Checklist 14. Bidding / Tender Checklists 14-1 Bidding / Tender Checklist 15. Site Observation Checklists 15-1 Site Observation Checklist 15-2 Maintenance Checklist 16. Project Close Out Checklists 16-1 Project Close Out 16-2 Client Evaluation Form 16-3 Project Evaluation Checklist BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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Landscape design -- Quality control.