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Throughout its many editions, The Architect in Practice has remained a leading textbook used in the education of architects. While the content of the book has developed, the message and philosophy has remained constant: to provide students of architecture and the young practitioners with a readable guide to the profession, outlining an architect's duties to their client and contractor, the key aspects of running a building contract, and the essentials of management, finance and drawing office procedure.

The eleventh edition follows in that tradition. The text has been brought up to date to ensure it follows the new RIBA Plan of Work 2013 as the guide to the architect’s workflow. In addition, a number of changes to standard forms of contract were made with the publication of the JCT 2011 suite of contracts, and the RIBA Standard Form for the Appointment of an Architect 2010 (2012 Revision). These new forms are fully covered. In addition, the opportunity has been taken to reorganise the layout so that the content flows in a way that is more consistent with current architectural practice, and to deal with the increasing use of BIM. The eleventh edition of The Architect in Practice continues to provide the guidance and advice all students and practising architects need in the course of their studies and in their profession.



David Chappell BA(Hons Arch), MA(Arch), MA(Law), PhD, RIBA has 50 years of experience in the construction industry having worked as an architect in the public and private sectors, as contracts administrator, as a lecturer in construction law and contracts procedure and as a construction contracts consultant. He was Professor of Architectural Practice and Management Research at The Queen’s University of Belfast and Visiting Professor of Practice Management and Law at the University of Central England in Birmingham. The author of many books for the construction industry, he is Director of David Chappell Consultancy Limited, is a specialist advisor to the RIBA and RSUA and regularly acts as an adjudicator. 

Michael H. Dunn FRICS FCIArb BSc (Hons) LLB LLM is a quantity surveyor with over 25 years of experience in the construction industry, having worked in both the public and private sectors.  He was a lecturer and course leader at Leeds Metropolitan University on its Construction Law & Arbitration postgraduate course, and is now a director with Rex Procter & Partners. He is a visiting lecturer on Birmingham City University’s  and the RIBA’s (Chester, Hong Kong & Dubai) Part 3 professional practice courses, and at Leeds Beckett University on its Construction Law & Dispute Resolution postgraduate course.



Autorentext

DAVID CHAPPELL BA(Hons Arch), MA(Arch), MA(Law), PhD, RIBA has 50 years of experience in the construction industry having worked as an architect in the public and private sectors, as contracts administrator, as a lecturer in construction law and contracts procedure and as a construction contracts consultant. He was Professor of Architectural Practice and Management Research at The Queen's University of Belfast and Visiting Professor of Practice Management and Law at the University of Central England in Birmingham. The author of many books for the construction industry, he is Director of David Chappell Consultancy Limited, is a specialist advisor to the RIBA and RSUA and regularly acts as an adjudicator.

MICHAEL DUNN FRICS, FCIArb, BSc (Hons), LLB, LLM is a quantity surveyor with over 25 years of experience in the construction industry, having worked in both the public and private sectors. He was a lecturer and course leader at Leeds Metropolitan University on its Construction Law & Arbitration postgraduate course, and is now a director with Rex Procter & Partners. He is a visiting lecturer on Birmingham City University's and the RIBA's (Chester, Hong Kong & Dubai) Part 3 professional practice courses, and at Leeds Beckett University on its Construction Law & Dispute Resolution postgraduate course.

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THE ARCHITECT IN PRACTICE

11TH EDITION

Throughout its many editions, The Architect in Practice has remained a leading textbook used in the education of architects. While the content of the book has developed, the message and philosophy has remained constant: to provide students of architecture and young practitioners with a readable guide to the profession, outlining an architect's duties to their client and contractor, the key aspects of running a building contract, and the essentials of management, finance and drawing office procedure.

The eleventh edition follows in that tradition. The text has been brought up to date to ensure it follows the new RIBA Plan of Work 2013 as the guide to the architect's workflow. In addition, a number of changes to standard forms of contract were made with the publication of the JCT 2011 suite of contracts, and the RIBA Standard Form for the Appointment of an Architect 2010 (2012 Revision). These new forms are fully covered. In addition, the opportunity has been taken to reorganise the layout so that the content flows in a way that is more consistent with current architectural practice, and to deal with the increasing use of BIM. The eleventh edition of The Architect in Practice continues to provide the guidance and advice all students and practising architects need in the course of their studies and in their profession.

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Zusammenfassung

Throughout its many editions, The Architect in Practice has remained a leading textbook used in the education of architects. While the content of the book has developed, the message and philosophy has remained constant: to provide students of architecture and young practitioners with a readable guide to the profession, outlining an architect's duties to their client and contractor, the key aspects of running a building contract, and the essentials of management, finance and drawing office procedure.

The eleventh edition follows in that tradition. The text has been brought up to date to ensure it follows the new RIBA Plan of Work 2013 as the guide to the architect's workflow. In addition, a number of changes to standard forms of contract were made with the publication of the JCT 2011 suite of contracts, and the RIBA Standard Form for the Appointment of an Architect 2010 (2012 Revision). These new forms are fully covered. In addition, the opportunity has been taken to reorganise the layout so that the content flows in a way that is more consistent with current architectural practice, and to deal with the increasing use of BIM. The eleventh edition of The Architect in Practice continues to provide the guidance and advice all students and practising architects need in the course of their studies and in their profession.



Inhalt
Preface xiii

Acknowledgements xvii

Abbreviations and Acronyms xix

Part 1 Practice 1

A THE PRACTITIONER 3

1 The Construction Industry 3

1.1 Introduction 3

1.2 Significance of the construction industry 3

1.3 A changing industry 4

1.4 Clients 6

1.5 Contractors 7

1.6 Consultants 9

1.7 Clerk of works 13

1.8 Construction industry bodies 14

References and notes 21

2 Academic and Professional Qualifications 22

2.1 Introduction 22

2.2 Relevant bodies 24

2.3 Architectural education and training 29

2.4 Examination of professional practice 36

2.5 Approval of educational programmes 36

2.6 Practising in the United Kingdom 41

2.7 Practising in Ireland 42

2.8 Practising in Egypt, Nigeria and Malaysia 43

2.9 Maintenance of standards, regulation and codes of conduct 46

2.10 ARB's standards of professional conduct and practice 47

2.11 RIBA code of professional conduct 53

2.12 The RIAI code of conduct 55

2.13 Continuing professional development 55

References and notes 57

3 Employment Opportunities 59

3.1 Introduction 59

3.2 Private practice 60

3.3 Local authority 62

3.4 Other public sector organisations 63

3.5 Large companies 64

3.6 Contractors 64

3.7 Manufacturers 65

3.8 Academia 66

3.9 Other specialisation 67

3.10 Adjudicator, arbitrator or expert witness 68

References and notes 69

4 Employment 71

4.1 Finding employment 71

4.2 Acceptable job titles 88

4.3 Employment 89

4.4 Job description 92

4.5 Hours of work 93

4.6 Overtime 95

4.7 Salary 96

4.8 Benefits 97

4.9 Professional activities 98

4.10 Expenses 99

4.11 Leave 100

4.12 Disciplinary and grievance procedure 103

4.13 Notice and dismissal 104

4.14 Spare time practice 105

4.15 Monitoring of telephone calls and e-mails 107

4.16 Discrimination 107

References and notes 109

5 Types of Practice 110

5.1 Sole principal 110

5.2 Partnerships 111

5.3 Incorporation 117

5.4 Co-operative 121

5.5 Group practice 121

5.6 Developer/architect/contractor 122

References and notes 123

6 Setting Up in Practice 124

6.1 Sole principal 124

6.2 The decision 124

6.3 Timing 125

6.4 Practical points to decide 126

6.5 Business plan 131

6.6 Enlarging the practice 132

References and notes 134

B PRACTICE MANAGEMENT 135

7 Management Principles 135

7.1 Objectives 135

7.2 Leadership 136

7.3 Communication 137

7.4 Delegation 138

7.5 Motivation 139

References and notes 140

8 General Office Practice 141

8.1 Introduction 141

8.2 Telephone, facsimile (fax) and e-mail 141

8.3 Information technology 144

8.4 Letter writing 145

8.5 Reports 146

8.6 Filing 147

8.7 Office-based meetings 149

8.8 Drawing office practice 149

8.9 Computer-aided design 153

8.10 Presentation 154

8.11 Reproduction 155

8.12 Work programming 155

8.13 Sources of information 156

References and notes 165

9 Marketing 168

9.1 Active marketing 168

9.2 Brochure 170

9.3 Website 171

9.4 Social media 172

9.5 Advertising 173

9.6 Contacts 173

9.7 Competitions 174

9.8 Frameworks 175

9.9 Retaining clients and recommendations 175

References and notes 176

10 Insurance 177

10.1 Introduction 177

10.2 Premises and contents 179

10.3 Public liability 180

10.4 Employer's liability 181

10.5 Professional indemnity 181

10.6 Latent defects insurance 183

10.7 Other insurances 184

References and notes 184

11 Finance and Accounts 185

11.1 Introduction 185

11.2 Accounts 185

11.3 Profit and loss account 185

11.4 Balance sheet 186

11.5 Assets 188

11.6 Liabilities 188

11.7 Capital 189

11.8 Cash-flow forecasting and budgeting 190

11.9 Books of account 191

11.10 Fee invoicing 191

11.11 Value added tax (VAT) 191

11.12 Computerisation 192

11.13 Annual accounts/auditing 192

11.14 Staff time records 193

References and notes 195

Part 2 Running a Project 197

12 The RIBA Plan ofWork 2013 199

12.1 Sequential framework and Plan ofWork 199

12.2 The Plan ofWork explained 202

12.3 Building information modelling (BIM) 208

12.4 BIM overlay to the Plan ofWork 209

12.5 Green principles 209

12.6 Green overlay to the...

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Titel: The Architect in Practice
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EAN: 9781118907719
ISBN: 978-1-118-90771-9
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Herausgeber: Wiley-Blackwell
Genre: Architektur
Anzahl Seiten: 512
Veröffentlichung: 24.11.2015
Jahr: 2015
Auflage: 11. Aufl.
Untertitel: Englisch
Dateigrösse: 5.2 MB