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Procurement - alternative methods

Published: 7 December 2011 | Edited: 2 June 2020

On occasions architects will become involved in projects that will be delivered by non-traditional methods of procurement each with its own risks and ...


Project alliancing

Published: 28 August 2012

Project alliancing has evolved from partnering, and is sometimes called strategic partnering. The main difference between 'alliancing' and ' ...


Project time management

Published: 4 August 2016

The management of time throughout the design and construction process is a core aspect of an architectural service. The techniques for managing time ...


Specialist consultants - employing

Published: 18 January 2012

In the early stages of the project (often as part of the architect's initial proposal to the prospective client), the architect should determine: ...



Published: 22 July 2013

Procurement is the act or process of bringing about or bringing into existence buildings. It may also refer to the acquiring of buildings already ...


Other architectural services

Published: 6 December 2011

Architects considering offering independent services should pay particular attention to the following: Do you have the necessary experience and ...




Commissioning tenancy works

Published: 22 November 2011

Before practical completion If the work is to be carried out before practical completion of the main building contract (that is, the building ...

Alongside the 2019 Client Architect Agreement (CAA2019) the Institute also publishes the 2019 Client Architect Agreement for Limited Services ( ...


AS 4122

Published: 19 April 2017

This note covers the two most recent versions of the Australian Standard Consultancy Agreement: AS 4122-2010 and its predecessor, AS 4122-2000. It ...


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