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The authoritative advisor on strong perform for making plans and scheduling in development This guide acts as a consultant to strong perform, a textual content to accompany studying and a reference record for these desiring info on heritage, most sensible perform, and techniques for functional software.

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The process protocol map The Process Protocol Map illustrates the design and construction process in terms of the various phases of development, the main participants, the deliverables to be produced and how the process may be/is managed through a series of phase reviews. The map is applicable for a wide range of construction projects. 2 RIBA Plan of Work 2013, Stages 0–3. 3 RIBA Plan of Work 2013, Stages 4–7. Stage 4 – Technical Design Stage 5 – Construction Stage 6 – Handover and Close Out Stage 7 – In Use Section I Prepare Technical Design in accordance with Design Responsibility Matrix and Project Strategies to include all architectural, structural and building services information, specialist subcontractor design and specifications, in accordance with the Design Programme.

Client influence on trade contractors 14. Provision for controlling the quality of construction materials and workmanship 15. Opportunity for the contractor to exploit cash flow 16. Financial incentive for the contractor to manage effectively 17. 7 Characteristics of different procurement options. Yes Weak Moderate Reasonable Good Good Good Moderate Fast Reasonable Yes Reasonable Large Moderate Late No Yes Management contracting No Minimal Minimal Good Good Good Good Good Fast Good Limited Good Large Large Late No Yes Construction management Section I 27 The forms of procurement and the range of options available to construction clients do not determine how planning and scheduling are performed but they set the context for the planning and scheduling.

The post-tender period to the start on site date showed somewhat greater variation, from 2 to 6 weeks. For two stage tendering, the first stage was similar to the single stage tender period but it was only at the subsequent stage that a price had to be presented. However, for the planners, the time frame was similar to that of the traditional method. Those involved in two-stage planning reported that the plan was a significant factor in progressing beyond the first stage as ‘a demonstration of competence’ was the paramount selection criterion at this stage.

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