08 May 2012
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
The RIBA, 66 Portland Place
Architects have a tendency to focus on design, but the environment in which architects work has changed. The three procurement mantras of time, cost and quality have now also become the three essential drivers for clients
determining who designs their buildings:
They want a design completed on time at each of the relevant stages
They want the design to be on budget
They want an excellent design, delivered in line with their quality aspirations.
The speaker will examine some of the design management challenges that are typically encountered and how these might be best handled. He will explain how the design process can be planned, organised and managed, including tactics and soft skills for team leaders, advice on cost, risk and procurement, as well as the key considerations for reconciling a complex iterative design programme against the RIBA Plan of Work.
RIBA Members: £66 (£55 + VAT)
RIBA Students: £18 (£15 + VAT)
Others: £96 (£80 + VAT)
Special rate for 'Running Your Practice' series - buy two seminars and get the third seminar free.
Other events in the series:
This seminar is part of the 'Running Your Practice' series:
- An architect's guide to design risk management
- New Work? Look your best: marketing and communications for architectural practices
- JCT - Minor works building contracts 2011 (MW &MWD)
Special rate - buy two seminars and get the third seminar free.