Having problems with your architect?
One Hoboken411 reader is completely fed up with one particular architect in town, and as a result, details how you can make formal complaints against (any) architect or planner in Hoboken:
How to lodge a complaint
There is one really awful McNeightmare of an architect in Hoboken who is continually at the heart of building & construction problems around town and the time has come for the people of Hoboken who are affected by his lack of adherence to the laws of his profession to go on record and make formal complaints. Below are the FAQs from the State of NJ Board of Architects & the complaint form that goes to the Attorney General office.
New Jersey State Board of Architects – Frequently Asked Questions – For Consumers
1. What are my rights as a consumer if I have a complaint against an Architect or architectural business?
Every consumer has a right to file a complaint against an Architect or architectural business.
2. How do I file a complaint against an Architect with the Board?
All complaints must be filed in writing using the New Jersey State Board of Architects’ complaint form which can be found at http://www.state.nj.us/lps/ca/complaint/archcom.pdf. You may also call the Board to have the form mailed to you if you do not have access to the Web. Please complete the complaint form and return it to the following address:
New Jersey State Board of Architects
124 Halsey Street
P.O. Box 45001
Newark, NJ 07101
Planner problems too
The same McNeightmare of an architect is also a NJ certified Planner & sees fit to ignore his responsibilities as a planner when hired as an architect, here’s the planner complaint form.
Do you have any “Architect Nightmare” stories to tell?