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Small Practice and the Sole Practitioner

Author/EditorDavys, Marianne : Architects Ltd (Author)
Publisher: RIBA Publishing
ISBN: 9781859467251
Pub Date01/09/2017
BindingPaperback
Pages240
Dimensions (mm)210(h) * 160(w)
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This book is a practical guide for students or those already running or thinking of running a small practice on how to set up and run a small architectural practice and how to run multiple small projects efficiently. It is split into three distinct sections: Part 1 begins with the practicalities of setting up a small architectural business; Part 2 goes into detail on how to run your small practice, including valuable advice on business planning and cash flow; and Part 3 follows with guidance on running multiple small projects. Structured around the RIBA Plan of Work, this section has plenty of examples of the kinds of projects - both domestic and non-domestic - that the small practice might take on, and finishing with 10 illustrated case studies of domestic and commercial projects from GBP50,000-GBP750,000.

This book is a practical guide for students or those already running or thinking of running a small practice on how to set up and run a small architectural practice and how to run multiple small projects efficiently. It is split into three distinct sections: Part 1 begins with the practicalities of setting up a small architectural business; Part 2 goes into detail on how to run your small practice, including valuable advice on business planning and cash flow; and Part 3 follows with guidance on running multiple small projects. Structured around the RIBA Plan of Work, this section has plenty of examples of the kinds of projects - both domestic and non-domestic - that the small practice might take on, and finishing with 10 illustrated case studies of domestic and commercial projects from GBP50,000-GBP750,000.

Marianne Davys has 30 years in practice as an architect, working on large and small commercial and domestic projects for both large and small practices and for two local authorities in London. For the past 16 years Marianne has run her own small practice from her home in North London. She regularly lectures to Part 3 students in Cambridge on the setting up and running of a small architectural practice. This will be her first book.

Foreword Introduction Acknowledgements About the Author PART 1: Setting up the Practice Context What is a 'small architectural practice' ? Small Practice Projects The Value of Experience &Contacts before setting up a practice Setting Up Setting up a new Practice Stage 1 - Questions, Conversations and Research Stage 2 - Getting first thoughts and decisions down on paper Stage 3 - Making arrangements more specific and setting up Stage 4 - Ready to trade Closing your Business, Retirement, Insolvency, Emergency Plan &Insolvency Alternative Company Structures RIBA Chartered Practice Accreditation, Specialization PART 2: Practice Management Financial Management Office Management People Management PART 3: Project Management RIBA Plan of Work 2013 10 case studies Further Reading Web Resources Awards for Small Projects Codes Legislation

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