Standard Contract Agreements

INTRODUCTION TO STANDARD AGREEMENTS AND RELATED SCHEDULES

PREAMBLE

The objective of this document is to provide Architects and their prospective Clients an understanding of the necessary conditions for engagements for different types of services, deliverables Architects provide, the time table for service delivery & approvals, the scale of professional fees for their services.

Institute of Architects Bangladesh would be pleased to assist its members or any other person interested to avail professional services of an Architect.

The successful completion of a project requires a clear understanding of the Client’s requirements, the nature of services the Client requires and the responsibility of all parties involved.

The Architect’s primary professional responsibility is to act as the Client’s advisor and assist him at different stages of design and construction of a building, interior, landscape and urban design project.

The Client has an important role too. He must provide adequate information on the project, the site, his budget and fully understand and approve the Architect’s proposals & services at different stages of the Works.

The most successful projects are those done in an atmosphere of mutual understanding & goodwill. Clear statement of Client & Architect’s obligations to each other is fundamental to the creation of such an atmosphere, and is essential for the success of any project. Therefore, the Agreement for any project should fully define the services, responsibilities, deliverables, time table and the basis of fees. If the Agreement is not comprehensive it may create uncertainties for either or both the parties during the course of the assignment.

The demands of the profession over the years have become much more complex in nature and much wider in scope. However in its broadened scope and baffling complexity, Architecture has generated specializations such as Urban Design, Landscape Architecture and Interior Design. Architectural Conservation, Construction Management has also lately emerged as specializations. Each of these compliments and supports each other.

The services of an Architect during the normal course of a building project are described as Comprehensive Services. The services and deliverables under comprehensive services are common to large and small projects and none of these should be omitted if the project is to be completed successfully.

Some Clients may require partial services like Architectural and Allied Design Services or Basic Architectural Design Services. The scope of such curtailed services should also be defined in the Agreement between the Architect and his Client.

Moreover, Architects also need the services of allied professionals or may need to form Joint Venture Partnership with another Architect or another allied professional for their projects. Therefore, to protect the interest of all the parties, it is important to have a written contract with clearly defined roles and the scopes of those services.

SYNOPSIS

To fulfill the Objects 3.0 (ka), (cha) & (ja) of IAB Constitution and to promote professionalism, the following Standard Agreements, General Conditions of Engagements, List of Deliverables, Time Table for Service Delivery Approvals& Payment, Recommended Scales of Minimum Fees &Charges for such services have been formulated by IAB.

This Synopsis is a quick reference for understanding and determining the appropriate usage of each of the Standard Agreements, General Conditions of Engagements, Deliverables, and Time Tables for different types of services and the Scale of Fees & Charges.

IAB has identified eight (8)different types of Standard Agreements and related Schedules needed by the practicing Members of IAB for providing all possible types of professional services. The Standard Agreements and related Schedules are derived mainly based on the Conditions for Engagement of Architects, first published by IAB in it’s 2003 Directory. These2018 versions are the first edition of the Standard Agreements, General Conditions of Engagements, List of Deliverables, Time Tables, and Scale of Minimum Fees etc.

·         At the outset of the contact with the prospective Client, the Architect must gather the basic data of the project from him, visit the site, know the site area and the type of building the Client wishes to build, his expectations about the standard of construction and finishes of the project.

·         The Architect then must present a copy of this introductory document i.e. Introduction Standard Agreements and Related Schedules and explain to him the types and scopes of services the Architect may offer and about his professional obligations to have agreement for providing his services as architect and use any of the different standard conditions of engagements and derive his professional fees and charges on the basis of IAB recommended scale of fees and charges. 

·         After the initial discussion, based on the data gathered from the prospective Client, the Architect shall present the Initial Information along with his fee & charges for such services on a tabular form in his letterhead (refer to Appendix I for Building Projects, II for Interior Design Projects and III for Landscape Projects)along with the Schedule-D i.e. IAB Recommended Scale of Minimum Fees and Reimbursable Expenses, which shall eventually form the basis of the agreement. This information will help the prospective Client to understand and reach to a decision about whether he has the financial resources to undertake the project and pay for the services he wishes to avail.

·         However, the above procedure may not be applicable for procurement of Architects’ services through Expression of Interest (EOI) and Request for Proposal (RFP).

 

·         It needs to be emphasized here that to avoid any future disappointment about not getting the assignment and to uphold the dignity of the profession, the Architect must not provide any design services before entering into any formal agreement.

·         All the Architects must refrain from undertaking any professional assignment based on only “Work Order” or “Purchase Order”, without a written Agreement.

·         Before entering into an Agreement for any project, the Architect must read the Agreement and the Schedules carefully to understand the professional obligations and responsibilities towards his Client under the Agreement.

ENFORCEMENT

During the IAB State of the Profession Survey 2014, 95% of the respondents expressed that IAB needs to formulate standard contracts & fees for providing professional services and 87% of the respondents expressed that the use of standard contracts needs to be made mandatory for IAB Members.

It may also be mentioned here that as per sections 2.7.1 & 2.7.5 of IAB Constitution and the Code of Ethics & Professional Conduct 2018, it is mandatory for all IAB Members to use these standardized Agreements, unless there are other formats recommended in the Government’s Public Procurement Regulations (PPR) for the Public Sector projects. These standard agreements and schedules are copyrighted by IAB and modifications into the text of these documents are strongly discouraged to retain their professional & legal values.

The standard agreements, general conditions of engagements, list of deliverables, time tables & the recommended scale of fees & reimbursable expenses have been unanimously adopted in the 24th meeting of the 22st Executive Council of IAB held on 14 March, 2018 for enforcement with immediate effect.

The printed or digital versions of all these standard documents are available for sale at the IAB Head Office at Dhaka as well as at the IAB chapter and centre offices outside Dhaka.

To safeguard the interest of the members as well as the public, IAB Executive Council or the IAB Professional Practice Committee at their own discretion may at any time require it’s members to produce the written agreement with their clients or the sub-consultants for verification of identity of the Architect for submitting building plans to any building plan approving authority, local govt. institution, board or agency and the concerned IAB member shall be obliged to present the Agreement to IAB Executive Council or the IAB Professional Practice Committee.

Based on regulatory requirements, the eligibility of using these standard agreements by the different category of IAB members are described below:

1.         IAB Fellows & Members with more than eight years of professional experience may use all the types of Agreements as per project requirements.

2.         IAB Members up to eight years of professional experience may use Agreements 101 to 105for Building Occupancy Types A, B, C, F2, F3, G, H up to 7,500 sqm. of floor area and. Agreements201 to 205, 301 to 305and 401for all types of Interior, Landscape Design and Urban Design Projects.

3.         IAB Associate Members, as a beginner as well as regulatory requirements, may use only the Agreements 101 for Maximum Five Storied Residential Building Projects up to 1000 sqm. of total floor area. They may also use the Agreements201 and 301for small Interior design & landscape design projects.

COMPONENTS OF AGREEMENT

The Agreements and accompanying Schedules listed below are organized under 8 (eight) basic heads and refers to specific purposes. Following are the brief description of the different components of an Agreement which are grouped under separate heads and sub-heads:

Agreement-2018

The Agreements 101-105, 201-205, 300 & 400 establishes the frameworks for providing professional services and contains the variable items, such as the names and addresses of both the parties, site address, initial information, agreed scope of services, professional fee etc.

Schedule-A 2018: General Conditions of Engagement

Schedule A: General Conditions of Engagement is a vital component of the Agreement and contains the pertinent term and conditions and must not be altered without written approval from IAB.

Schedule-B 2018: List of Deliverables

Schedule-B: List of Deliverables is applicable for most of the types of project. However, they may be customized based on any specific project requirements. It helps the Client understand the services at different stages/phases to be provided by the Architect.

Following are the detail lists of Deliverables, which may be added with Schedule B100 List of Deliverables for Building Projects, based on the options of agreed scope of services:

B100-1-Architectural Design Deliverables

B100-2-Structural Design Deliverables

B100-3-Mechanical Design Deliverables

B100-4-Electrical Design Deliverables

B100-5-Plumbing Design Deliverables

B100-6-Fire Alarm & Protection Design Deliverables

B100-7-Contract Administration Related Activities

B100-8- Site Representation Related Activities

 

Similarly, there is Schedule B200 List of Interior Design Deliverables with it’s detail lists.

Schedule-C 2018: Time Table for Delivery of Services, Approvals and Payment

The Time Table is an important part of the Agreements for Building Design, Interior Design and Landscape Design projects and both the parties need to mutually agree to time table for delivery of services at different phases and approval of Architect’s submittals by the Client, the local building authorities, boards & other agencies. The days required by each Party as mentioned on the 3rd column of this Schedule shall have to be filled in by the respective Parties.

The time tables shall have to be customized according to the scope of services of urban design, conservation and restoration projects as well as for project management.

 

Schedule-E 2018: Recommended Scale of Minimum Fees & Reimbursable Expenses

The cost of providing Architect’s services is affected by many factors and the Architect’s scale of fees also depends on the scope and type of services, duration of involvement, project costs etc. The Scale of Minimum Fees & Reimbursable Expenses for Architect’s Services, therefore, are recommended by IAB taking into consideration all of these factors. This Schedule is an integral part of all the Agreements.

Scale of fees & reimbursable expenses for Architect’s Services are calculated according to the following systems:

1.         Architect’s fee for all types of Design Services are calculated on the basis of percentage of total construction cost of the project or unit area rate multiplied with the total floor area ; According to the scale the % fee  and the unit area rates gradually decreases with the increase of the project cost or total floor area. However, it is recommended that unit area rate of fee to be applied only for Basic Architectural Design Services and Architecture & Allied Design Services (Agreement 101-103) & Basic Interior Design Services and Interior & Allied Design Services (Agreement 201-203) primarily for Real Estate Sectors as well as for amaller Urban Design Projects.

2.         Fee for Urban Design, Conservation or Restoration, Project Management and Site Representation Services are calculated on the basis of multiplier of monthly remuneration of project staffs involved during different phases of the Project;

It may be mentioned that based on the guidelines of Public Procurement Regulations (PPR), the project staff-month rates are usually calculated by adding Staff Remuneration, Social Charges, Company Overheads and the Architect’s Fee; For Example:

Item

Component

Fee Rates

1

Staff Remuneration

Actual

2

Social Charges

40% of Staff Remuneration

     3

Company Overheads

60%-100% of Staff Remuneration

4

Architects’ Fee

10%-15% of (1+2+3)

            However, IAB recommends minimum 2 times of the monthly salary of the staffs as Man-Month Fee.

3.         Other services such as short term contractual assignments not directly related to design of a project and site inspections etc. are generally charged on man-day basis.

4.         Fee for serving as Advisor, Assessor or Expert are usually charged on hourly basis.

5.         In addition to the above 4(four) types of fees basis, reimbursable expenses are charged as actual plus service charge and fee.

6.    For engagements in projects for the underprivileged or marginalized communities, the Architect may officially donate his fees, in part or full, towards the construction of such project or even provide pro bono services by notifying the President of IAB in writing.

Schedule F-2018: List of Project Team Members

For proper coordination and communication among the Client’s representative, the Architect, his Sub-Consultants, Site Staffs and the Consultants of the Client, it is highly recommended to crate list of the project team members with their contact details. This sample format will help the Architect to prepare and maintain the data sheet for easy reference of all the parties concerned.

LIST OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF AGREEMENTS AND RELATED SCHEDULES

100-2018 Documents: Client-Architect Agreements for Building Design Projects

101-2018: Abridged Version for Building Design Services

This Agreement (Agreement # 101) is intended primarily to be used for maximum 5 storied residential building projects up to 1000 sqm. of total floor area and other small building design projects of similar sizes. This short form version of the Agreement does not cover all the professional and financial obligations and rights of the parties concerned and therefore, recommended to be used primarily in smaller low risk projects.

 

Agreement# 101: Abridged Agreement for Building Design Project

Schedule-A101: General Conditions of Engagement for Building Design Project

Schedule-B100: List of Deliverables for Building Design Projects

Schedule-D: IAB Recommended Scale of Minimum Fees and Reimbursable Expenses

 

102-2018: Basic Architectural Design Services

The Agreement # 102 is intended for use in situations where the Architect will provide basic architectural design services and the Consultant(s) separately retained/appointed by the Client will be providing the engineering or other allied services and administers the construction contracts. In this type of services, the Client will have extensive control over the management of the project, acting in a capacity of a developer or a speculative builder of building projects.

Agreement #102: Agreement for Basic Architectural Design Services

Schedule-A102: General Conditions of Engagement for Basic Architectural Design Services

Schedule-B100: List of Deliverables for Building Projects

Schedule-C100: Time Table for Service Delivery, Approvals &Payments for Building Projects

Schedule-D: IAB Recommended Scale of Fees& Reimbursable Expenses

Schedule-E: List of Project Team Members

 

103-2018: Architectural and Allied Design Services

This version of the Agreement is primarily intended for use in projects where the Client does not require the Architects’ services to prepare the Bill of Quantities(BoQ), Cost-Estimating, Preparation of Tender/Bid Documents, Tender Evaluation and Construction Contract Administration Services and the Architect’s role is limited to only Architectural &Allied Design Services.

Agreement # 103: Agreement for Architectural &Allied Design Services

Schedule-A103: General Conditions of Engagement for Architecture & Allied Design Services

Schedule-B100: List of Deliverables for Building Projects

Schedule-C100: Time Table for Service Delivery, Approvals &Payments for Building Projects

Schedule-D: IAB Recommended Scale of Fees& Reimbursable Expenses

Schedule-E: List of Project Team Members

 

104-2018: Design and Contract Administration Services

This Agreement and the Schedules includes Architectural and Allied Designs, Preparation of Bill of Quantities (BoQ), Cost Estimates, Specifications, Tender/Bid Documents, Tender/Bid Evaluation and Construction Contract Administration.

Agreement # 104: Agreement for Design & Contract Administration Services

Schedule-A104: General Conditions of Engagement for Design & Contract Administration Services

Schedule-B100: List of Deliverables for Building Projects

Schedule-C100: Time Table for Service Delivery, Approvals &Payments for Building Projects.

Schedule-D: IAB Recommended Scale of Fees& Reimbursable Expenses

Schedule-E: List of Project Team Members

 

 

105-2018: Comprehensive Services

This Agreement and the Schedules are to be used for Comprehensive Services, which includes Architectural and Allied Designs, Preparation of Bill of Quantities (BoQ), Cost Estimates, Specifications, Tender/Bid Documents, Tender/Bid Evaluation, Construction Contract Administration and Site Representation.  

Agreement # 105: Agreement for Comprehensive Services

Schedule-A105: General Conditions of Engagement for Comprehensive Services

Schedule-B100: List of Deliverables for Building Projects

Schedule-C100: Time Table for Service Delivery, Approvals &Payments for Building Projects

Schedule-D: IAB Recommended Scale of Fees& Reimbursable Expenses

Schedule-E: List of Project Team Members

200-2018 Documents: Client-Architect Agreements for Interior Design Projects

Interior spaces are truly the life force of any building. These must de designed (and not merely decorated) as detailed artistic articulation of the basic architectural concept with deep insight and sensitivity to fulfill the fundamental functional and aesthetic needs.

201-2018: Abridged Version of Agreement for Interior Design Projects

This Agreement (Agreement # 201) is intended primarily for private residential or for other types of smaller interior design projects. This version of the Agreement does not cover all the professional and financial obligations and rights of the parties concerned and therefore, recommended to be used in smaller low risk projects.

 

Agreement # 201: Abridged Agreement for Smaller Interior Design Projects

Schedule-A201: General Conditions of Engagement for Smaller Interior Design Projects

Schedule-B200: List of Deliverables for Interior Design Projects

Schedule-D: IAB Recommended Scale of Minimum Fees and Reimbursable Expenses

202-2018: Basic Interior Design Services

The Agreement # 202 and Schedules are intended for use in situations where the Architect will provide only interior design services and the Consultant(s) separately retained/appointed by the Client will be providing the engineering or other allied services and administer the construction contracts. In this type of services, the Client will have extensive control over the management of the project.

Agreement # 202: Agreement for Basic Interior Design Services

Schedule-A102: General Conditions of Engagement for Basic Interior Design Services

Schedule-B200: List of Deliverables for Interior Design Projects

Schedule-C200: Time Table for Service Delivery, Approvals & Payments for Interior Design Projects

Schedule-D: IAB Recommended Scale of Fees& Reimbursable Expenses

Schedule-E: List of Project Team Members

 

203-2018: Interior and Allied Design Services

This version of the Agreement # 203 and Schedules are primarily intended for use in projects where the Client does not require the Architects’ services to prepare the Bill of Quantities (BoQ), Cost-Estimating, Preparation of Tender/Bid Documents, Tender Evaluation and Contract Administration Services and the Architect’s role is limited to only Interior & Allied Design Services.

Agreement # 203: Agreement for Interior & Allied Design Services

Schedule-A203: General Conditions of Engagement for Interior & Allied Design Services

Schedule-B200: List of Deliverables for Interior Design Projects

Schedule-C200: Time Table for Service Delivery, Approvals & Payments for Interior Design Projects

Schedule-D: IAB Recommended Scale of Fees& Reimbursable Expenses

Schedule-E: List of Project Team Members

 

204-2018: Interior Design and Contract Administration Services

This Agreement and the Schedules includes Interior and Allied Designs, Preparation of Bill of Quantities (BoQ), Cost Estimates, Specifications, Tender/Bid Documents, Tender/Bid Evaluation and Construction Contract Administration.

Agreement # 204: Agreement for Interior Design & Contract Administration Services

Schedule-A204: General Conditions of Engagement for Interior Design & Contract Administration Services

Schedule-B200: List of Deliverables for Interior Design Projects

Schedule-C200: Time Table for Service Delivery, Approvals & Payments for Interior Design Projects.

Schedule-D: IAB Recommended Scale of Fees& Reimbursable Expenses

Schedule-E: List of Project Team Members

 

205-2018: Comprehensive Interior Design Services

This Agreement and the Schedules are to be used for Comprehensive Services, which includes Interior and Allied Designs, Preparation of Bill of Quantities (BoQ), Cost Estimates, Specifications, Tender/Bid Documents, Tender/Bid Evaluation, Construction Contract Administration and Site Representation.

This service may also include procurement of the furniture, furnishings, and equipment (FF&E) as part of the Comprehensive Interior Design Services.

Agreement # 205: Agreement for Comprehensive Interior Design Services

Schedule-A205: General Conditions of Engagement for Comprehensive Interior Design Services

Schedule-B200: List of Deliverables for Interior Design Projects

Schedule-C200: Time Table for Service Delivery, Approvals & Payments for Interior Design Projects

Schedule-D: IAB Recommended Scale of Fees & Reimbursable Expenses

Schedule-E: List of Project Team Members

300-2018 Documents: Client-Architect Agreements for Landscape Design Projects

Landscape architecture deals with the analysis, planning, design, management, preservation and rehabilitation of land and also determines the environmental impact. It covers a wide spectrum of professional expertise, ranging from landscape planning at the regional and city scale on the one end, to the small & medium scale public and private landscape on the other end.

301-2018: Abridged Agreement for Landscape Design Projects

This Agreement is intended to be used for small private residential or other smaller landscape design projects. This version of the Agreement does to fully cover all the professional obligations and rights of the parties concerned and therefore, recommended t be used primarily in smaller low risk projects.

 

Agreement # 301: Abridged Agreement for Landscape Design Projects

Schedule-A301: General Conditions of Engagement for Landscape Design Projects

Schedule-B300: List of Deliverables for Landscape Design Projects

Schedule-D: IAB Recommended Scale of Fees & Reimbursable Expenses

302-2018: Basic Landscape Design Services

The Agreement # 302 is intended for use in situations where the Architect will provide only landscape design services and the Consultant(s) separately retained by the Client will be providing the engineering or other allied services and administers the construction contracts. In this type of services, the Client will have extensive control over the management of the project.

Agreement # 302: Agreement for Basic Landscape Design Services

Schedule-A302: General Conditions of Engagement for Basic Landscape Design Services

Schedule-B300: List of Deliverables for Landscape Design Projects

Schedule-D: IAB Recommended Scale of Fees & Reimbursable Expenses

Schedule-E: List of Project Team Members

 

 

400-2018 Documents: Sample Client-Architect Agreements for Urban Design Projects

(Under Preparation)

Urban design is architecture of the cities, highly complex and gargantuan in nature. It is anticipated that the Architects, in the near future, will increasingly be getting involved in urban design projects. Therefore, keeping this in mind, this version of the schedule for basic urban design services has been prepared.

Agreement # 400: Sample Agreement for Urban Design Services

Schedule-A400: Sample General Conditions of Engagement for Urban Design Services

Schedule-B400: Sample Manning Schedule and Fee Calculation 

Schedule-C400: Sample Time Table for Service Delivery, Approvals & Payments for Urban Design Projects

Schedule-D: IAB Recommended Scale of Fees & Reimbursable Expenses

 

500-2018 Documents: Sample Client-Architect Agreements for Project Management Services

(Yet to be drafted)

Agreement # 500: Sample Agreement for Project Management Services

Schedule-A500: Sample General Conditions of Engagement for Management Services

Schedule-B500: Sample Specimen Format for Manning Schedule and Fee Calculation

Schedule-C500: Sample Time Table

Schedule-D: IAB Recommended Scale of Fees & Reimbursable Expenses

 

600-2018 Document: Agreement between Architect and Sub Consultant for Allied Design Services

 

These are standard form of agreements between the Architect and his Sub-Consultant(s), establishing their respective responsibilities and mutual rights.

601-2018: Agreement between Architect and Sub Consultant for Allied Design Services

Agreement # 600 is mainly applicable for allied engineering services, but may also be used for Sub-Consultants of other disciplines providing services to the Architect. This agreement is to be used in conjunction with the General Conditions of Engagement for Sub-Consultants’ Services Schedule-A600 and any one of the Schedule–B601 to Schedule-B604, for the scope of services and deliverables of the following different types of services:

Agreement #601: Agreement Between Architect & Sub-Consultant for Allied Services

Schedule-A600: General Conditions of Engagement for Sub- Consultants’ Professional Services

Schedule-B601: Scope of Structural Design and Deliverables

Schedule-B602: Scope of Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing (MEP) Designs and Deliverables

Schedule-B603: Scope of Interior Design and Deliverables

Schedule-B604: Scope of Landscape Design and Deliverables

 

602-2018: Sample Abridged Agreement for Sub-Consultants’ Services

(Yet to be drafted)

 

This version of the Agreement does not fully cover all the professional obligations and rights of the parties concerned and therefore, should be used only in smaller low risk projects.

 

700-2018 Documents: Sample Client-Contractor Agreement for Building Projects

 

This model Agreement (Model Agreement # 701) for building and civil engineering construction works in private sector has been prepared based upon standard contract conditions prescribed by CPTU of Bangladesh, WB, ADB and FIDIC Conditions of Contract, which have been adapted to suit the particular needs of building and civil engineering construction works under contract in Bangladesh. The Client may make necessary modifications of contract conditions depending on the nature of specific contract requirement; provided that such adjustments, modification or substitution of clauses and sub-clauses of conditions of contract should be done by skilled professional contract specialist.

800-2018 Document: Sample Joint Venture Agreements

801-2018: Sample Joint Venture Agreement for Professional Services

This model agreement (Agreement # 800) is intended for use between parties to form a joint venture to enter into a project agreement with the Client to provide professional services. The parties may all be Architects, a combination of Architect and Engineers, or Architect and other professionals.

The agreement provides a choice between two methods of joint venture operation. The "Share of Fees" method assumes that services provided and the professional fees received will be divided among the parties in the proportions agreed to at the outset of the project. Each party’s profitability is then dependent on individual performance and is not directly tied to that of the other parties. The "Share of Profit and Loss" method is based on each party performing work and billing the joint venture at cost plus a nominal amount for overhead. The ultimate profit or loss of the joint venture is thus divided between the parties at completion of the project, based on their respective interests.

 

802-2018: Sample Abridged Pre-Contract Joint Venture Agreement

(Yet to be drafted)

 

This short form version of the JV Agreement is used for Pre-Contract submission of Expression of Interest (EOI)/Request for Proposal (RFP) or for submission of Design Proposals in Architectural Design Competitions.

 

 

900-2018: IAB Recommended Salary Scale for Entry Level Jobs as Architectural Graduates/Associate

Members in IAB Registered Architectural Practices

After completing 5 years of academic studies in Architecture discipline, employment of a fresh architectural graduate in an architectural practice depends on factors like his/her academic records in the university, recommendation from the office where he/she has done his/her internship, performance in the interview for the job etc.  Accordingly, the salary of a fresh graduate usually depends on workload in the architectural practice as well as cost of living in which city or town the practice is located. Therefore, the salary scale of an entry-level job as architect in an IAB Registered Architectural Practice can only be considered as a guideline. This recommended scale of salary is prepared on the basis of the latest government salary scale applicable for entry-level job of an architectural graduate. This salary scale may be updated in conjunction with the announcement of the subsequent government salary scale.

 

 

 APPENDIX-I: Fee Proposal Template for Building Projects

Appendix-II: Fee Proposal Template for Interior Design Projects

IAB Recommended Scale of Fees and Reimbursable Expenses

Available from IAB office on payment.

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