Architects alerted to the risks and liabilities of the role of lead consultant

Architects are being advised to check the comprehensive design liability they take on when they are appointed as main or 'lead consultant' and of the need to ensure that contracts seamlessly pass on proportionate liability to the sub-consultants they employ.

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