Christine M. Dayton, P.A.
413B Needwood Avenue
PO Box 1659
Easton, Maryland 21601
A licensed architect develops plans, generates construction drawings, and depending on the terms of the job, supervises the contractor on your project. Professional qualifications usually include a degree from an accredited school of architecture, a three year internship, and passage of a state administered exam. While membership in the American Institute of Architects is not essential, it’s a good sign: Members are required to abide by a strict code of conduct. Architects generally charge an hourly rate or a percentage of the cost of construction, or some combination of two. Specialty designers, like kitchen and bath pros can handle smaller projects, but if your renovation involves structural work, an architect is the way to go. - This Old House, October 2005 Edition
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