HOAI

Abbreviation for "Fee Rules for Architects and Engineers" The Fee Rules for Architects and Engineers (HOAI) is a federal regulation governing the remuneration (fees) of the services provided by architects and engineers in Germany. The term engineer refers here to the fields of activity in civil engineering (civil engineers, building physicists, utility engineers, electrical engineers, surveyors, horticultural engineers, landscape planners, etc.).

The HOAI is divided into 15 parts, which contain general or project-specific regulations.

Part I General rules
Part II Services for buildings, open spaces and space-building extensions
Part III Additional services
Part IV Appraisals and Valuations
Part V Urban development services
Part VI Landscape Planning Services
Part VII Services for engineering structures and traffic facilities
Part VII Transport planning services
Part VIII Structural design services
Part IX Technical Equipment Services
Part X Thermal Building Physics Services
Part XI Services for sound insulation and room acoustics
Part XII Services for soil mechanics, earthworks and foundation engineering
Part XIII Surveying services
Part XIV Final and Reconciliation Rules

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