Plan of Work 2013 survey: Is it working?
Calling architects, clients, engineers, contractors and developers. The AJ wants to hear your views on the newly introduced RIBA Plan of Work
Back in May the RIBA’s 50-year-old Plan of Work was consigned to history. The familiar A-L work stages were scrapped, replaced by eight new, numbered steps.
When the new plan was launched there was criticism of the reworked workflows and it was unclear whether there would be widespread take-up of the updated plan.
Now five months down the line, the AJ wants to hear from you about whether you have adopted the RIBA Plan of Work 2013. The survey, which will take less than three minutes to complete, aims to find out whether the new scheme has been accepted by the industry.
The short questionnaire is confidential, but entrants can choose to throw their hat into the ring to win a copy of The Library: A World History by James W P Campbell and Will Pryce (rrp £48.00), which tells the stories of some of the world’s most significant libraries.
The results of the survey will be published in the AJ in the coming weeks.