Architects were not born to write specs. You don't like doing it. You put it-off. It's the inevitable task that's always hanging over your head. Until it's too late. Ease your mind by using an independent spec writer.
Spec writers are like biblical scholars: we deal with the same fundamental content day after day. We're intimatelyfamiliar with what's in each of the dozens of Sections that comprise a Project Manual. You aren't. You face the task of pulling together a spec only occasionally, usually at lengthy intervals. On each occasion the material you encounter is only vaguely familiar; there's a major learning curve to scale. You can reclaim the time it takes to climb that curve by using an independent spec writer.
The specifications not only define the nature and quality of the thousands of components that comprise your project; they also lay-down the rules and procedures that govern the construction process. In many contracts, when your interpretation of the documents is in-dispute, requirements in the specs supersede those in the drawings. In challenging circumstances having confidence in your Project Manual is critical. Using an independent spec writer ensures you're not placing that confidence in a document composed short of time and experience. The spec writer's reputation depends on the quality of the Project Manual delivered for YOUR project.
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