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Author(s): Ian Davies
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In this book, contract administration is clearly and precisely explained and many common questions are answered in the process.
The RIBA Plan of Work 2013 aims to raise the knowledge bar on many subjects, including sustainability, Information Exchanges and health and safety. The RIBA Plan of Work 2013 Guides are crucial tools in
disseminating and explaining how these themes are fully addressed and how the new Plan can be harnessed to achieve the new goals and objectives of our clients.
This guide examines the contract administration issues typically encountered at each stage of the RIBA Plan of Work 2013 and how the contract administrator can control the process as the project progresses. It also considers working methods and provides checklists, tools and techniques to make the procedures more efficient and thus more cost effective.
Series editor’s foreword ix
Acknowledgements and dedication xi
About the author xii
About the series editor xiii
The RIBA Plan of Work 2013
0 Strategic Definition Stage 0
1 Preparation and Brief Stage 1
2 Concept Design Stage 2
3 Developed Design Stage 3
4 Technical Design Stage 4
5 Construction Stage 5
6 Handover and Close Out Stage 6
7 In Use Stage 7
Contract administration glossary 227
RIBA Plan of Work 2013 glossary 232
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