ArchiAssist Pty Ltd Responsibilities and Limitations
- Provide for on-line sale to Users, the Architectural, Interiors & Landscape documentation products available from www.archiassist.com.au. Content includes the majority of typical/common, good quality, modern Australia
- Design & Construct (D&C) products are not made to be used for final construction documentation.
- Provide as-required phone or email advice for Users regarding; 1) editing products and, 2) product use during construction (including to help resolve on-site disagreements).
- Update products, published April 1st and October 1st yearly. A User purchasing a product within 2 months before an update issue can receive the next update free when they email request it. [Some minor products may not be updated at each update time]
- ArchiAssist retains copyright on its products.
Users Responsibilities and Limitations
- Products can be used on unlimited projects, used only by employees of the business entity that purchased the product/s.
- Users who are multi-Australian-State business entities cannot share products with their inter-State offices (ie products are to be used only by the office that purchased them in that particular State).
- Users cannot: 1) sell or share products with any other individual or business entity; 2) use any product content in another document; 3) use products for documentation on behalf of a separate design business entity.
- An experienced technician is to edit products into project specific contract documents and be responsible for editing quality. Editing is primarily deleting content not applicable to the specific project (additions are to be minimal or not done at all).
- Users are responsible for researching, selecting and documenting project specific detail.
- Users acknowledge that successful construction is primarily influenced by:
1) well drafted contract documentation;
2) diligent selection of a competent and appropriate Builder; 3) well attended contract administration.
- Users are to know:
1) specific project documentation requirements;
2) the importance and use of a Specification;
3) the importance of documenting items in one logical place and avoiding information double-up.
- Users are expected to have read the applicable Sample Specification and its explanatory preamble.