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RIBA Plan of Work

We round-up articles looking at all aspects of the RIBA Plan of Work.

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19 November 2015 | by

Ian Bush, Chair of Survey4BIM, highlights the importance of the survey across all stages of the BIM process.

07 July 2014 | by

In 2013 RIBA replaces the 50-year old Plan of Work (PoW) with a new revamped version that will see the traditional 11 alphabetically arranged work stages replaced by eight numbered stages. This programme looks at the reasoning behind the change, what architects can expect and how it will affect their day-to-day practice.

22 December 2013 | by

In this programme Philip White, HSE's Chief Inspector of Construction and author of the Plan of Work 2010/11 talks about the HSE's plans to tackle deaths, injuries and lost working days.

01 October 2013 | by

We explore the 'Toolbox' spreadsheet that accompanies the book Assembling a Collaborative Project Team.

01 May 2013 | by

Dr Stephen Hamil looks into some of the advantages of a digital plan of work as the 2013 RIBA Plan of Work is published.

01 June 2010 | by

We look at some of the essential and non-essential paperwork on construction projects.

01 February 2010 | by

We explain the broad principals of BREEAM and how some of the various credits contained within BREEAM schemes relate to the RIBA Plan of Work.

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