Register of RIBA accredited Client Advisers, who are experienced architects that can provide impartial and informed advice from the earliest stages of your project.
Guidance on how to choose, prepare and complete the RIBA Professional Services Contracts and advice on the roles and responsibilities of each party to the agreement.
Detailed guidance on consultant appointment, contract procurement and collaborative working and a multidisciplinary schedule of services.
The full Guide to Using the RIBA Plan of Work 2013 expands on the short Overview document and provides detailed guidance on procurement, BIM, whole life costing, health and safety and sustainability.
The architect's standard framework for running architectural projects and administering construction contracts.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has responded to the Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee's inquiry into Modern Methods of Construction.
Contract administration forms for use with the 2018 RIBA Building Contracts
The complete set of contract administration forms for use with the JCT 2016 suite of building contracts.
The RIBA Sub-consultant Professional Services Contract is suitable for when an Architect or Consultant wishes, or perhaps is required, by the client to appoint a sub-consultant to carry out part of the Architect or Consultant’s services, and where the contract terms are compatible with the Head Agreement between the client and the Architect or Consultant.
The RIBA Standard Professional Services Contract is for the appointment of an Architect or Consultant and provides comprehensive contract terms suitable where the Architect/Consultant undertakes a commission for architectural services on projects using a traditional form of procurement.
As a member of RIBA you can benefit from access to resources which support you in your role as an architect