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Practice

Quality control in preparing specifications and schedules

Published: 6 November 2017

Specifications are written descriptions of a technical nature for materials, equipment, standards and quality, and are used by architects to ...

Guide letters provide advice about matters architects should consider when composing letters to the parties involved in architectural projects. 1.

Guide letters provide advice about matters architects should consider when composing letters to the parties involved in architectural projects. 1.

Resources

Guide letter 18: Advice to client - building contract

Published: 20 December 2011

Guide letters provide advice about matters architects should consider when composing letters to the parties involved in architectural projects. 1.

Project

Project records

Published: 4 August 2016 | Edited: 25 November 2019

Written records are essential to ensure that a client's requirements have been noted and to defend legal claims for professional negligence. They ...

Project

Negotiated contracts

Published: 5 August 2015 | Edited: 3 August 2020

Tender by negotiation is a process whereby the architect, on behalf of the client, negotiates a price with a preferred contractor rather than calling ...

Practice

Managing people

Published: 10 May 2017

The successful management of people in a design focused environment such as architectural practice will produce a more harmonious workplace and ...

Environment

Residential passive design for temperate climates

Published: 28 February 1997 | Edited: 28 February 2011

The primary intention of passive design is to create a thermally comfortable building with reduced demand on mechanical (active) forms of heating, ...

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Brand creation and implementation

Published: 29 August 2018

Brand is what people think, feel and say about you. It’s simple. Identifying, articulating and communicating your brand – that’s not so simple. Begin ...

Guide letters provide advice about matters architects should consider when composing letters to the parties involved in architectural projects. 1.

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