Conservation is part of a brand new series providing must-read practical guidance to running efficient and successful projects using the new RIBA Plan of Work 2013. Each guide takes a particular angle – in this case the author guides you through working on a conservation project - and explains the essential activities required at each stage.
Concise and easy to use with a consistent format these guides provide the ultimate quick reference support at your desk or on-site. This is an authoritative ‘how to’ full of pragmatic advice, examples and in-text features such as ‘hints and tips’ that illuminate best practice and clever solutions. Designed to be used on all projects – large and small – and across all types of procurement, they are task rather than role-oriented acknowledging that a variety of people take on these responsibilities. They are also invaluable for architectural students at Part 3 who are getting to grips with the realities of practice.
Table of Contents
Foreword Series editor’s foreword Acknowledgements and dedication About the Author and Series Editor Introduction The RIBA Plan of Work 2013 Stage 0. Strategic Definition Stage 1. Preparation and Brief Stage 2. Concept Design Stage 3. Developed Design Stage 4. Technical Design Stage 5. Construction Stage 6. Handover and Close Out Stage 7. In Use Further Reading Topic Glossary Plan of Work Glossary Index
Hugh Feilden MA(Cantab) DipArch RIBA SCA MAPM is a partner at Feilden + Mawson, a RIBA chartered practice that has been in existence for more than half a century with offices in London, Norwich, Cambridge and Prague.