Small Projects Handbook
|Author/Editor||Ostime, Nigel (Author)|
|Dimensions (mm)||246(h) * 189(w)|
This hands-on, no-nonsense guide to running smaller projects - most under GBP250,000 in value - will become your 'bible' in day-to-day practice. It provides reassurance as to how to achieve great results on a budget, utilising stripped-back and efficient solutions, while following the principles and stages of the RIBA Plan of Work.
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Your hands-on, day-to-day guide to small practice. This book provides reassurance as to how to achieve great results on a budget, utilising stripped-back and efficient solutions, while following the principles and stages of the RIBA Plan of Work.
Each chapter includes:
- simple step-by-step guidance to the key tasks in each stage of the Plan of Work, including inputs, stage activities, sustainability checkpoints and outputs
- in-text features that break down complex tasks and highlight best practice with pragmatic, real world advice
- inspiring case studies that document the architect’s experience of the process, featuring projects from Coffey Architects, Tonkin Liu, We Made That, Turner Works and alma-nac
- guidance for each Plan of Work stage on the relevant practice issues, which will help you to run your small project more effectively.
An indispensable steer to the project process for everybody in the project team – clients, contractors and consultants, as well as architects – full of useful insights and solutions.