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RIBA Principal Designer's Guide

Author/EditorBentley-Gockmann, Dieter (Author)
Publisher: RIBA Publishing
ISBN: 9781915722201
Pub Date01/03/2024
BindingPaperback
Pages128
Dimensions (mm)210(h) * 170(w)
THIS ITEM IS CURRENTLY BEING REPRINTED AND WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR SHIPPING AGAIN IN LATE APRIL. Companion guide that provides practitioners with the required knowledge regarding the Principal Designer role as it relates to the Building Safety Act.
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THIS ITEM IS CURRENTLY BEING REPRINTED AND WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR SHIPPING AGAIN IN LATE APRIL.The RIBA Principal Designer Guide, a companion guide to the RIBA Health and Safety Guide, provides architects with the essential guidance required to understand the Principal Designer duties under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 and Part 2A of the Building Regulations 2010, including guidance relevant to higher-risk building projects. To support individuals in demonstrating the necessary competence to be a Principal Designer, the RIBA has introduced a specialist register for this role, entry to which includes a comprehensive assessment of individuals’ skills, knowledge, experience and behaviours, as described in detail in this publication. The must-have content considers:

  • the implications of the statutory duties and competence requirements
  • practical approaches to discharging those duties for practices and designers
  • potential impacts on fees, resources and project delivery
  • approaches to planning, managing, monitoring discharge of the duties
  • how to manage and evidence compliance.


THIS ITEM IS CURRENTLY BEING REPRINTED AND WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR SHIPPING AGAIN IN LATE APRIL.The RIBA Principal Designer Guide, a companion guide to the RIBA Health and Safety Guide, provides architects with the essential guidance required to understand the Principal Designer duties under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 and Part 2A of the Building Regulations 2010, including guidance relevant to higher-risk building projects. To support individuals in demonstrating the necessary competence to be a Principal Designer, the RIBA has introduced a specialist register for this role, entry to which includes a comprehensive assessment of individuals’ skills, knowledge, experience and behaviours, as described in detail in this publication. The must-have content considers:

  • the implications of the statutory duties and competence requirements
  • practical approaches to discharging those duties for practices and designers
  • potential impacts on fees, resources and project delivery
  • approaches to planning, managing, monitoring discharge of the duties
  • how to manage and evidence compliance.

Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is a global professional membership body driving excellence in architecture. It serves members and society to deliver better buildings and places, stronger communities and a sustainable environment.

About the author Dedication Acknowledgements Introduction How to use this guide Chapter 1: Legal framework and compliance 1.1 Legislative background 1.2 Liabilities and sanction 1.3 Professional indemnity insurance Chapter 2: Role & appointment of Principal Designer 2.1 Client duties 2.2 Small projects and domestic clients 2.3 Timing and duration of appointment 2.4 Form of appointment and sub-consulting Chapter 3: Principal designer statutory duties 3.1 General duties 3.2 Principal designer duties 3.3 Mandatory occurrence reporting for higher-risk buildings 3.4 Compliance declarations for higher-risk buildings Chapter 4: Competence to fulfil principal designer duties 4.1 General requirements and individual competence 4.2 Organisational capability 4.3 Demonstrating competence 4.4 Ceasing to be competent Chapter 5: Principal designer core competences 5.1 General competence and duties 5.2 Behavioural competence 5.3 Legislative and regulatory competence 5.4 Competence to manage design work 5.5 Technical competence Appendix Bibliography and references Notes Index

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