Insights: Publications Rebuilding Texas: Protections and Limitations for Designers
Texas public procurement statutes set forth the requirements for the hiring of design professionals and other professional service providers, such as interior designers, surveyors or landscape architects. In addition, the statutes set forth quite a few protections and limitations for design professionals on public projects. This article explores some of the particularities of working as a design professional on a public project in Texas.
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