• Creator
  • Ritchie, W. A.
  • Created Date
  • 1894
  • Description
  • On behalf of the architecture firm of Charles Saunders, W. A. Ritchie writes to the Board of Regents to discuss a guarantee and surety for the proposed architecture plans given to the Regents. If these plans are accepted but the Regents have doubts regarding the estimated cost of building according to these plans, Ritchie states that his firm offers a number of guarantees. First, the firm states that it will build, finish and complete the buil... more
    On behalf of the architecture firm of Charles Saunders, W. A. Ritchie writes to the Board of Regents to discuss a guarantee and surety for the proposed architecture plans given to the Regents. If these plans are accepted but the Regents have doubts regarding the estimated cost of building according to these plans, Ritchie states that his firm offers a number of guarantees. First, the firm states that it will build, finish and complete the building in a "first class manner" at the amount stated in the plans and as surety for this guarantee, the company states the school can adopt the plans on the condition that this guarantee is met. The firm also states that it will give complete plans, specifications and drawings in two copies to the secretary so that the school can advertise for construction bids. If no construction company comes forward to build the plans at the estimate given by the architecture firm, then the firm forfeits plans and will waive all compensation paid to the... less
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    Letter (correspondence)
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