Riba Plan of Work

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The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Plan of Work Stages The RIBA Plan of Work describes the activities from appraising the client’s requirements through to post construction. The stages are also used in the appointment of architects and help to identify consultant services and indicate the resource and fee total by Work Stage. The information below is in accordance with CABE principles (Creating Excellent Buildings: A guide for clients, 2003, CABE and Being involved in School Design, 2004, CABE)) and the RIBA Plan of Work. The choice of procurement route has a fundamental influence on how different Work Stages proceed. This is summarised in outline as far as possible but the exact way in which different Stages are…show more content…
| | | | | |Set up Client organisation for briefing | | |RIBA Stage B |Client’s |Preparation of general outline of |Studies of user requirements, site conditions, | | |Preparing |representatives, |requirements and planning of future|planning, design and cost etc, as necessary to reach| | |Strategic
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