Architect's Plan of Work

By Roland Phillips

© 2008 – RIBA Publishing

120 pages

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Paperback: 9781859461952
pub: 2008-04-30
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About the Book

The 'RIBA Outline Plan of Work' has become the de facto standard framework used throughout the construction industry for running a job from inception to completion. This title sets out the various activities at each work stage in a multi-disciplinary services schedules.

The 'RIBA Outline Plan of Work' has become the de facto standard framework used throughout the construction industry for running a job from inception to completion. To reflect recent changes in practice and legislation it was updated in 2007 and provides the framework for the activities in the schedule of services. In the new edition, the various activities at each work stage are set out in a multi-disciplinary services schedules showing the activities likely to occur at each stage and who has responsibility for carrying them out, be it the Client, Lead Consultant, CDM Co-ordinator, Cost Consultant, Design Leader, Architectural Designer, Structural Designer or Building Services Designer. These services schedules can be used to define each consultant's responsibilities in their appointment documents and ensure that all activities are assigned to someone.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
ARC000000
ARCHITECTURE / General