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Who can be an architect?
Architects must be licensed by their states in order to call themselves architects and to practice architecture. Requirements vary, but generally, to become architects professionals must complete a degree from a school accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) and an intern development program supervised by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards or the American Institute of Architects. Architects licensed by their respective states have professional status as Registered Architects (RA).

A group of licensed architects working together may occasionally refer to themselves as an architectural firm (or an architect firm), or an architect company (or architect companies), or an architect business (or architect businesses).
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Can an Architect help?
Hendry County Licensed architects design a wide variety of buildings including homes, houses and offices, and in many architectural styles. They provide design and construction plans, architectural drawings, house plans, home plans and floor plans. Contact these certified architects in Hendry County if you need architect rates, architect fees, architect costs or architect quotes. Feel free to ask about the Hendry County architect's qualifications or to see their portfolios.
What can a skilled Architect do?
The best architects in Hendry County can provide feasibility reports, building audits, design drawings and blueprints of building structures and the design of the spaces within and around them. Throughout a building project, an architect co-ordinates a design team that may include a structural engineer, a mechanical engineer and other specialists as well as contractors and sub-contractors all of whom work to fulfill the architect's intended design.