I believed the responsibilities of an architect in this situation should be to report the incident to whoever is mainly in charged. In the meantime, the architect shouldn’t receive any money until the problem gets solved and until the work is completely done. As a licensed architect your responsibilities is to provide welfare and safety to the public. The architect job is to build sustainable and functional building that give your client stability and fully security. No construction staff, clients, or any other should be putting their life at risk or get injured by Incompetent work. The case study called “Discrepancy in Concrete Mixture” stated that the owner could possibly knew from the beginning what the superintendent construction was doing with the cement. Due to the owner reaction when the architect addressed the problem to it. The owner seems not to be so surprised about what was happening. Indeed, the architect should take a right decision when it comes to this type of cases. No architect could get monetarily convinced to proceed with a construction when the concrete is in this condition.