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This Agreement of Design Service is made on this the _______ day of ____________ BETWEEN a company duly incorporated under the provisions of Companies Act, 1956) having its registered office at KLJ House, 63 Rama Marg, Najafgarh Road, New Delhi 110 015 represented by one of its Director Sh.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- S/o Sh. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------R/o ----------------------------------------------------------------------- [hereinafter referred as DEVELOPER which expression shall, unless repugnant to the context thereof, mean and include its successors in office and assigns , authorized representative of the First Part AND M/s MUNISH VERMA & ASSOCIATES , Architects/ CONSULTANT / AE a firm having its office B-21, SHAKTI NAGAR EXTENSION, DELHI 110052 and has its organizational structure , total man-hour of domain experience and skill competencies as given in completed RFP document attached hereby -------------------------------hereinafter referred as ARCHITECT / Consultant /AE which expression shall, unless repugnant to the context thereof, mean and include their successors in office and assigns of the Second Part. WHEREAS 1. The Developer is in the process of Developing and Constructing a GROUP HOUSING COLONY on a Piece of Land measuring approximately 8.75 Acres, situated at SECTOR 15, BAHADURGARH, HARYANA referred as PROJECT . .

2. PROJECT GOAL AND OBJECTIVES AS PER THIS AGREEMENT . M/s MUNISH VERMA & ASSOCIATES is Committed to render Complete Architectural & Engineering services for the above mentioned project as per the prevailing norms. M/s MUNISH VERMA & ASSOCIATES have the Expertise To bring about a successful and international world class Group Housing development and Understand the project concept and vision of the developer . They are aware of current market demand and aspects of a project for commercial success .This is demonstrated by the experience they have in doing similar projects .Solutions they shall propose shall be in line with environmental needs and stipulations given in relevant International as well as national codes . Focus shall be on maximum value addition from total project Life cycle perspective . Consultant shall take great care to make sure that his work can not only be detailed and understood properly by the Developers in house team but can also be built properly by the construction team on site. Consultant shall do this by assessing the strengths and weaknesses of the site, examining the urban context in detail and hypothesizing on the potentialities of every facet and element of a new design. Effectively, they shall throw away any preconceptions of architecture and begin anew; constructing new forms directly from project specific issues. Gradually, as ideas are examined, discarded, modified or adopted they shall develop an architecture constructed entirely from the client, his brief and the site and market demand. KLJ Shall provide base his design . further project brief along with parameters on which consultant shall

SCOPE OF WORK: Consultant/ AE is to provide Which shall 1. include , but is

multidisciplinary not restricted

comprehensive services, as appropriate for the project to following Architectural work and Site development .

1. Complete Architectural , Interior , graphic signage work and Site development. 2. Incorporating all the statuary development and international standard benchmarks for being validated by independent enforcement and compliance agencies. 3. Structural and civil engineering work . Quantity Surveying & Cost Estimating 4. Plumbing , Sanitary & overall Sewer and refuge Management as well as synchronizing RWH Scheme in the project . 5. Complete Electrical work, HVAC, Lighting, Acoustics Building management & security systems. 6. Vehicle and pedestrian Circulation Management in Surface & Basement 7. Environmental Planning , Fire safety Service delivery by the consultant in the project shall be in following phases : Design Phase Schematic Design Phase: DesiConceptgn Development Phase Construction Documentation Phase

Stage I--Concept Design Phase :- The purpose of the Conceptual Design Phase is to establish the
overall vision of the project, test the viability of the base building design concept, and to ensure that the subsequent design stages and design team activities are properly directed. The Consultant team, working with the client, and other consultants retained by the client /consultant himself , will develop a sketch design concept that addresses the clients project objectives and will assist them in determining the appropriate development strategy.

A)Consultant Activities:
1. Review the project objectives and preliminary brief. 2. Analyze opportunities and constraints of the site and surroundings with major influences on the project design. 3. Investigate building design strategies through sketches as required. 4. Summarize conclusions and recommendations for the design & development strategy. 5. Having determined the overall conceptual direction, Consultant would provide the preliminary architectural response which addresses issues related to: 6. architectural massing and character of the project; conceptual level floor 7. plans and program; general organization and development of the site; 8. general pedestrian and automobile circulation;

B)Consultants deliverables for this phase will typically be:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Site plan Selected Typical floor plans Selected Building sections Analysis diagrams as required Preliminary area calculations Sketch renderings of building exterior Written project description All work by Consultant will be prepared in metric standard and all drawings will be titled in English. Concept stage deliverable would be tabled in A3 booklet and colour prints as necessary. As well as Electronic copies of the deliverables will be issued .. Hard copies of stage deliverables will be three set of printed drawings at an appropriate size and scale.

Stage -II --Schematic Design Phase:

The Schematic Design Phase involves the elaboration and further development of the approved base building Concept Design. Consultant will develop the architectural design at a larger scale and in greater detail, and will work to integrate the MEP and Structural Engineering systems by the consultants retained by him( whose profile is part of this agreement) . In general, the Schematic Design Phase will address issues related to: developing the architectural design and character of the building; organization and development of the site plan and floor plans; coordination and integration of MEP and Structural Engineering systems as selected by him and approved by developer ,regulation requirements , preliminary identification of major building materials.

Consultant Activities :1. Review client expectations for design 2. Review and make specific recommendations to the clients Design Brief 3. Preliminary development of the architecture 4. Preliminary development of interior concepts 5. Preliminary coordination of structural and mechanical systems

Consultant Deliverables
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Site Plan Traffic flow diagrams Typical Floor Plans Selected Building Elevations Selected Building Sections Area Calculations Preliminary Exterior Material Selection Perspective renderings of exterior and principal interior spaces . Details of Basic building Service & structural design proposal , concepts and analysis Interior Concept studies (Sketches/material outlines/mood boards) for: entrance lobby Typical lift lobby Selected public and service area Complete set of municipal drawings and documents required for approval from authority. Detailed presentation and sales plan

All the work shall be given in both hardcopy coloured print format as well as electronic pdf and autocad format , Written reports and briefs about the proposal as well as material boards for suggested materials . This shall be given on scale good enough for proper project understanding .

Stage-- III---Design Development Phase :

Based upon the Developers written approval of the Schematic Design Phase submittal, Consultant with the assistance of his team of consultants will initiate Design Development Phase services. During Design Development consultant and his team will further develop the Projects design. Including ground floor lobby design, floor plans, key base building architectural details, building sections/elevations, exterior skin design direction drawings. During this Phase, Consultant will be responsible for the all design aspects of the building and its services . During design development, the Consultant is to develop a level of design detail necessary to define a clear, Coordinated description of all aspects of the project. . Project aspects reviewed during schematic design may be reviewed again during this phase, as directed by the Developer. The A/E is to arrange for a presentation to fully describe critical interior and exterior finish materials for review and approval.


of this Phase

1. Updated building program, highlighting changes from the schematic design; 2. Site plans, with dimensioned locations of each building element, existing and finished contours, 3. Site plans and building plans are to indicate locations of utility connections, new feeds and distribution pathways required, and all related systems infrastructure; 4. Floor plans, including updated architectural, equipment and finish plans;

5. Updated sections and elevations, including detailed wall sections showing construction methods and materials. Include foundations, floor and roof heights; 6. Additional presentation materials as required to explain the interior and exterior design; 7. Structural drawings, indicating structural system and major elements; 8. Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing drawings, including layouts and distribution diagrams and Apparatus and fixture cut sheets. Major equipment is to be accurately indicated on plans and elevations in terms of size and location. Coordinate drawings to eliminate conflicts between trades and/or disciplines; 9. Revised outline specifications, to including materials and colour selections; 10. Updated estimate of probable construction cost; 11. Operating costs for the first five years of the building or space use are to be submitted to the Developer. Energy costs are to be included in this report but calculated separately. 12. . The A/E is to present proposed energy and resource-saving strategies as part of the selected design and technology solution. 13. Written responses to comments from Developer stakeholders.

Stage --IV--. Construction Documentation Phase :1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Helping Developer in Preparing selection criteria for vendors and short listing them. Preparing RFP and Tender documents. Helping Developer in finalisation of vendors and signing contracts with them. Preparing construction program and project execution process and methodology . Preparing and providing Sketch , write ups and drawing having adequate details and on scale sufficient for work execution without error and minimum requirement of site deliberation. Prior to bidding. Bid documents are to undergo a thorough in-house quality control and coordination review . The Construction Documentation Phase is complete at the issuance of all construction drawings and specifications, which include, but are not limited to, construction drawings, specifications, and instructions to bidders. During the bid, negotiation, and award process, the A/E is to participate in the pre-bid conference to describe the work, answer any questions regarding the documents, review bids for completeness, de-scope the bids, analyze pricing versus estimates, and recommend award. As designated by the Developer, the A/E is to provide clarifications or addenda to bidders (which are issued by the Developer). The A/E is to assist the Developer in the administration of the construction contract, providing clarification and interpretation of Contract Documents. The A/E is to make periodic visits to the site to observe the progress and quality of the work and conformance with the contract documents, attend construction progress meetings, and prepare and issue record notes of these meetings. The A/E shall exercise due diligence to safeguard the Developer against construction defects, deficiencies, non-compliance with drawings and specifications, and/or unsatisfactory workmanship. If, in the opinion of the A/E, the work is not being carried out in a sound, Efficient, and skilful manner, the A/E is to notify the Developer immediately, is to submit a written assessment of any items of the work that are unsatisfactory. The A/E is responsible for the preparation of contract bulletins, supplemental instructions (including sketches or Document revisions, if necessary), addenda to the project documents, and review and approval of shop drawings, samples, warranties, and guarantees. The A/E is to transmit to the PM one copy of approved shop drawings and submittals immediately following their approval, and assist the Developer in negotiation, preparation, approval, processing and recording of the cost and scope of change orders. All significant changes during the construction phase that affect the visual or functional characteristics of the project design are to be brought to the attention of the Developer immediately. Significant changes may require an additional presentation to the Project Committee and/or the Design Review Committee of the developer

Consultant deliverables and responsibilities:

1. If drawings need to be issued in response to a scope change or to clarify design intent, the A/E will Provide the Developer and the Contractor with a description of the change and highlight (bubble) the extent of the change in

the documents. The drawing, and a narrative description of the change if necessary, is to be accompanied by a transmittal reason for issuance; 2. The A/E is required to respond promptly, in writing, to all Requests for Information (RFIs) from the Contractor according to timeframe defined in the Agreement. The response may require review and Approval of the Developer. RFIs may require a field sketch. If the response from the Contractor 3. Indicates a change in scope or cost, the Contractor is required to submit a cost estimate and any Anticipated changes in the project schedule to the Developer and receive authorization to proceed prior to implementation; 4. Construction or field sketches are issued to illustrate a change to the construction documents. Such Sketches are to include a title block indicating the project name and number, a sheet number, date of Issue and a reference to the existing document being changed. These documents are to be Accompanied by a transmittal indicating the reason for issuance. The A/E is to maintain a list of all Construction sketches issued and is responsible for ensuring that the change is incorporated into the Record documents; 5. 6. Certification of Substantial Completion: As the work nears completion, the Developer will work with the Contractor to schedule a final inspection by the A/E. Prior to this inspection, the Contractor will Develop a list of items to be completed or corrected (i.e. punch list) and fix the time within which the Items are to be competed. At the final inspection, the A/E is to review all aspects of the project, 7. Including the punch list items, for their conformance with the contract documents, and make the Following determination: The project is complete and accepted; The project is accepted subject to completion of the items listed (i.e., punch list); The project is not complete and another date for a final inspection will be set. 8. . 9. At the close of the project, and as a condition of final payment to the A/E, the A/E is to deliver to the PM a complete package of record documents, which is to include a complete set of project drawings And specifications, incorporating changes or updates from every discipline and sub-consultant. Documents are to be provided in accordance with the Documentation Format and Graphic Standards, which is part of this document .


Additional Design Issues to be considered in each phase of his service delivery : The Developer requires that A/E firms adhere to and incorporate the following additional design and Documentation standards and practices into all of their work. Long-Term Planning: The A/E is to keep in mind that decisions regarding design, materials, and methods of construction are to be considered as part of long-term improvements to Project. Cost effectiveness is to be considered along with life of the project, . Site planning by the A/E is to consider existing and proposed facilities, infrastructure, and services, natural topography, and potential future development. Materials and Equipment Selection: Materials specified must be durable and readily available, and are to be chosen with environmental considerations in mind. Materials and systems are to be selected with regard to: Aesthetics; Durability; Safety; Cost effectiveness; Maintenance, access, and ease of replacement; Availability of warrantees, service personnel, and manufacturers support; Use of standard parts, similar to comparable equipment/materials in use on campus; Availability of training for Developer personnel for operation and maintenance;

Low life-cycle costs; Low use of energy or resources in construction; Environmentally sustainable disposal method at the end of the anticipated life cycle;

Life Safety / Code Compliance: The A/E is to provide proper planning, design, and documentation to meet the requirements of all applicable codes, laws, and regulations, and provide all documents necessary for submission, review, and approval by the any authority as per law having jurisdiction. Permit documentation is to be clearly labelled as such, dated, and signed and sealed by the A/E as required. The architect is to fully support the Developer in its procurement of all relevant regulatory approvals. Permit and zoning applications are made by the Office of the Architect and coordinated by the developer. If the authority having jurisdiction requires additional documentation or requests changes to the submitted documents, the A/E is to work with the Office of the In houe Developers Architect to complete this process in acceptable manner. .The project documentation is to include instructions to the Contractors to maintain all required accessible routes for persons with disabilities in or adjacent to the project site, including public pathways, interior corridors, accessible building entries, accessible toilet facilities, and accessible parking spaces. Special care is to be taken to ensure that temporary modifications of public pathways and/or corridors during construction are carried out in a manner consistent with the requirements of the bye laws, including such aspects as clearances, changes in grade, steps, or obstructions. Where required, the contractor is responsible for installing signage, compliant Temporary ramps, handrails, and/or other related items to ensure accessible routes are maintained. Utilities and Building Systems: Water and gas service, chilled water, steam, fire suppression, storm and sanitary drainage, electrical service, and building mechanical service (including heating, ventilation, and air conditioning), and all other systems are to be provided by the most economical and accessible means, considered over the entire life-cycle of the building . For standards and guidelines, the A/E is to refer to Standard Design Guidelines and codes. I.e. ASHRAE, NBC etc. Drainage System: The storm water, roof drainage, sub-soil drainage, and building waste-water system designs are to provide for the specific requirements of the project, taking into account the existing sub-soil water table levels and the capacity of the existing sewer and drain system. This information is to be coordinated with the foundation and basement waterproofing systems. Rain water harvesting for ground water charging shall be incorporated. Electrical & Tele / Data Systems: The electrical system is to provide for power, lighting, tele/data communication systems, fire alarm systems, and all requirements of public safety. Back up and emergency power to is to be coordinated with key Developer stakeholders, such as the Developers Engineer, c and Emergency Services, Public Safety, and Information and Computing Services. . Security Systems and Emergency Response: Coordinate with the Developers Division of Public Safety to incorporate security systems required by the project y, including alarm systems, fire alarm and fire suppression systems, and emergency communication systems. The A/E is to coordinate documentation using the developers preferred system providers for design and installation details. .

Maintenance / Equipment Access: The design of doorways, ramps, driveways, and passageways are to ensure that all equipment can be removed and replaced without removing any walls, doors, or other equipment, and that trucks and cranes can be employed at the point of exit. The design is to allow safe, adequate passageways for servicing of equipment. The A/Es design is to avoid the use of sealed hatches, and provide room for service access to all items and space for a workbench in major mechanical rooms. The A/E is to show tube pull, removal routes, and so forth on the drawings. A dedicated freight elevator may be required to serve upper-level mechanical rooms. System control and electrical panels must be located at working height and well lighted. Ventilation is to be provided to maintain comfortable working and operating conditions for equipment. The A/E is to minimize locating any mechanical equipment in ceiling spaces, including valves and dampers. If any such items requiring standards and guidelines, the A/E is to refer to international and national codes Documentation Format and Graphic Standards All written documentation is to be submitted in Microsoft Word electronic format. Submissions may be on Zip discs or on CD, labelled accordingly. Paper copies are to be provided as determined during the project initiation meeting or according to the Agreement. Schematic Design, Design Development & Construction Drawings: Electronic files are to be submitted in PDF and AutoCAD format. Submissions may be on Zip discs or on CD, labelled accordingly. Paper copies are to be provided as directed by the Developer . Content Requirements of As-Built and Record Drawing: The coversheet or first sheet of each drawings set is to include: Complete project title, including the client school or center; Location of the project, including a key plan; Project identification number provided by the PM; Numbered list of drawings with titles; Complete names and addresses of consultants and sub-consultants; Governmental agencies involved in the project, if any; Other requirements for As-Built and Record Drawing sets include but are not limited to: Room numbers on drawings must reflect those ultimately used in the spaces; gauges, strainers, meter, and other appurtances; Diagrams of each air handling system, including main duct runs, in the form of a riser diagram or isometric. Provide the sizes of main ducts as an aid to identification; Schedules of all mechanical, electrical, and plumbing equipment are to indicate capacities, heads, drawings and specifications, and an explanation of specialized systems and materials ( if applicable ). OF KLJTP .



Project Program: The Developer shall provide a Project RFP setting forth the Developers description of the project scope; preliminary project budget; schedule; objectives, characteristics and constraints; and a description of the basic services to be provided by the Architect for the project. Representative: The Developer designates its in house project team as its representative authorized to act in the Developer's behalf with respect to the Project.

Special Information: The Developer shall furnish available property, boundary, easement, right-of-way, topographic and utility surveys; plans and specifications; and special data and conditions relevant to the project. Developer shall furnish other special investigations of the Project site as requested by the Architect and as reasonably necessary for the Project. Architect shall exercise reasonable care in relying upon this information in the performance of its services under this Agreement. Developer makes no warranties or representations as to the accuracy or suitability of information provided to the Architect by the Developer or by others. Review of Work: The Developer will review the Architect's documents at the completion of each stage of development as described in the Project Proposal. Developers review comments or decisions regarding the documents will be furnished to the Architect in a reasonably prompt manner. The Developer will notify the Architect in writing of any material error or omission or other defect in the project or any conflict in the contract documents that the Developer becomes aware of, but Developer shall have no obligation or duty to investigate whether such faults, defects, or conflicts exist. VII) CHARGES AND PAYMENT TERMS OF THE CONSULTANT WITH SCHEDULE AS PER THIS AGREEMENT. Both M/s MUNISH VERMA & ASSOCIATES and KLJTP agree that this is a deliverable based agreement and all the payment of agreed upon charges to be made to consultant shall be linked to the delivery made on pro rata basis for each segment of each phase as per this agreement. consultant shall be based on FAR area although his scope includes complete project , including free of FAR area i.e basement and open area of site for services and parking.The Rate agreed upon and terms of payment shall be as follows.

Site area = 8.75acre Total fee = Rs10.0/- x total FAR area for the project .
Stages Total Fee in % age Break-up Stages CONCEPT DESIGN PHASE
Site Plan Selected Typical Selected building Sections Faade and Elevation Details 3D Massing Studies Analysis Diagrams as required Preliminary area calculations Details of basic coordinated building services, structural design and landscaping etc. complete. Sketch rendering of building exteriors SCHEMATIC DESIGN PHASE Site Plan Traffic Flow Diagrams Typical Floor Plans Selected Building Elevations Selected Building Sections 3D Massing Studies Area Calculations, Budgetary and Cost Estimates Preliminary Exterior material Selection Perspective rendering Details of basic Building Services & construction Phase Complete set of Municipal Drawings and documentation required for approval. Detailed presentation and submission of all required plans.

Fees in %age


Retainership Advance Providing assistance leading to finalization of concept Stage-I by foreign consultant. On completion of stage 1st and after submission of deliverables under this head. (on pro rata basis)

5% 5%

Detailed presentation and on acceptance of schematic design. On submission of complete set of drawings, other details and documentation required for approval by the concerned authority including deliverables under schematic design phase and on sanctioning of drawings and receipt of above approval.

5% 5%

Design Development Phase

Highlighting Changes From Schematic Site Plan with Dimensioned Locations Site Plan and Building Plans are to indicate of utility Connections Floor Plans Reflected Ceiling Plans Sections & Elevations Presentation Materials Structural Drawings Internal & External finishing details 10% During preparation of basic Architectura work drawing and details including coordinated services sufficient for preparing item wise estimates of cost


Construction Documentation Phase Estimate of Probable Construction cost. Proposal in respect of energy and resource saving strategies including marketing & publicity materials Written responses to comments from Developers Periodical visits at site. 10% Preparation of tender drgs. BOQ, cost estimates, budgetary and construction and issue of tender documents for respective works including coordinated services and BMS (Building management System) and marketing & publicity materials complete in all respect. 10%

Construction Administration Phase

Selection Criteria for Vendors Preparing RFP and tender Finalization of vendors Preparation Construction Programme methodology Providing Sketch, Writ-up & drawings prior to bidding, bid documents are to undergo a through in house quality control Periodical visits at site to ensure work in order with the design and intent of the project. To monitor quality at site of work and provide technical assistance, if any. The following works are excluded from the fee and scope:a) Landscape concept & Development b) Liasoning for approvals c) Checking of construction bills


On issue of GFC drgs. And other details as required under design development phase in respect of the following complete in all respects. For civil works Structural details Electrical works HVAC works Fire fighting / Fire Alarm System Exteriors & Interiors Finishes including Interior Design Development for reception and Lift Lobbies and all common areas. Cost Estimates Proposal regarding energy and resource saving strategies Utility Services and other Miscellaneous details as required including a) To provide four nos. of perspective views (Three Eye Level and One Birds Eye View) complete in all respects.

55% On Prorata basis as project progresses.

Trial and Commissioning / project close out phase On completion of work and submission of As Built Drawings and On obtaining completion certificate


On submission of As Built drawings including coordinated services complete in all respect. On obtaining completion certificate



OTHER MISCELLANEOUS TERMS OF THIS CONTRACT The Developer can terminate this agreement by giving not less than 30 days prior written notice if the Architect fails to perform in accordance with the terms of this agreement. If the project is entirely abandoned or suspended in whole or in part or if this agreement is terminated pursuant to above, the Developer agrees to pay the Architect the fees to the extent of the Phase completed. That both the parties herein hereby agree and undertake to indemnify each other against any claims, loss, damages etc. in respect of the transaction under this Agreement and shall do all such acts, deeds and things which will effectuate the completion of the transaction as contemplated under this Agreement. The drawings, specifications and documents as instruments of service are the property of the Consultant whether the project for which they are made is executed or not. They are not to be used for any other project except with the written consent of the Architect.


Confidentiality: The Architect shall treat any Owner supplied information or information pertaining to Owner's business as confidential and shall not disclose any such information to others except as necessary for the performance of this Agreement or as authorized by the Owner in writing. The Architect shall hold Developer and his employees free from any loss, damage or expense arising out of any occurrence relating to this Agreement or its performance and shall indemnify Developer and his employees , successors and assigns against any damage or claim of any type arising from the negligent or intentional acts or omission of the Architect, its employees, agents and/or assigns. ACCEPTANCE OF WORK

Owner's Satisfaction: All work performed under this Agreement shall be completed to the satisfaction of the Owners representative assigned to the project. The Owners representative shall decide ( based on standard business practices ) all questions regarding Architects performance under the Agreement and such decisions shall be final and conclusive. Correction of Work: Should Architects services not conform to the requirements of this Agreement and the Project Proposal as determined by the Owners representative, Owner may ask the Architect to re-perform such services at no additional expense to the Owner . Liability: Owners approval or acceptance of Architect's services will not release Architect from any liability for such services because Owner is, at all times, relying upon Architect's skill and knowledge in performing Architect's services. ARBITRATION Any and all the disputes arising out of or under this contract shall be tried to be resolved amicably. However in case the dispute is not so resolved, the same shall be referred to the sole Arbitrator, which shall be conducted in accordance with Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996. The place of the Arbitration shall be NCT of Delhi and the language shall be English. NOTICES All notices and other communications shall be in writing and be sent under Registered mail, A/D at the address of the parties under mentioned in this agreement. In case of change in address the same shall be communicated to other part with in a week of change in address. JURISDICTION This Agreement is executed at Delhi and Courts of Delhi will have Jurisdiction to any entertain any suit arising out of this Agreement. IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties have signed this Agreement on the date, month and year first above written in the presence of witnesses:


For Consultant

(Director) Witnesses: 1.