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Re: Architect changed engineer's plan

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David Smith wrote:

Anyone experience having the architect change your drawings without notifying you? Dave Smith

Check out the website of your state's architectural licensing board. This is (among other things) an ethical violation I'm almost sure. You hate to "turn in" a client but you can't put up with this.

Good luck.

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