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I am an Architect (Lic. in MD & NY) working on a deck addition for a waterfront property in Mashpee, Massachusetts. The project is for a relative of mine. The AHJ has told me I would need to have MA seal and signature on the drawings.  I am seeking to collaborate with a MA licensed design professional.  I could provide completed CDs for review and comment or would be open to however the local design professional would be comfortable working together.  See attached preliminary design scheme. If interested please contact me.


Thank you,

Michael Dolce, Architect 

1609-PREL-01-092816 - Copy.pdf

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