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Ernest Maier’s Legacy in the Potomac Valley

93-year-old DC native Bernie Smoot shares his personal story that attests to how Ernest Maier, the company’s namesake, has left a legacy of generosity and farsighted business practices throughout the Potomac Valley and DC region.

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Limitations of Liability: Why Are They Important?

Architects assume risk related to a variety issues by providing professional services on a project. One tool an architect can use to guard against risk is the inclusion of a limitation of liability clause in all their client contracts.

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Participate in Montgomery County’s General Plan

The Montgomery County Planning Board will be initiating an update of the County’s General Plan in September and are interested in involving architects in the process. Interested members should contact AIAPV's point of contact, Ralph Bennett FAIA.

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