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Plan of Work 2013

Are you using the new RIBA Plan of Work 2013?

Industry snubs new Plan of Work: 54 per cent don’t use it

Six months on, changes to the RIBA Plan of Work have not been adopted by the majority of the construction industry, writes Laura Mark

Plan of Work 2013

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

Plan of Work 2013

Architects hit out at updated Plan of Work for ‘sending the wrong message on sustainability’

In a move to incorporate the Green Overlay to the Plan of Work into the new plan, the RIBA may have missed the boat on sustainability

Plan of Work 2013

RIBA’s new Plan of Work under fire as A-L stages are scrapped

Critics say new format undermines position of architects in construction process and ignores sustainability issues, writes Laura Mark

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Monitoring and the Plan of Work

Laura Mark looks at how post occupancy evaluation is accounted for in the RIBA Plan of Work

RIBA Plan of Work 2013

Plan of Work 2013 face-off: ACA hits outs at ditching of stages A-L

The Association of Consultant Architects (ACA) has accused the RIBA of ‘cosying up to contractors’ in its revamped Plan of Work

RIBA Plan of Work 2013

The new RIBA Plan of Work: What you need to know

As the 50-year-old RIBA Plan of Work stages A-L are consigned to history, Felix Mara explains what architects should expect from the institute’s new schema for progressing construction works

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RIBA scraps Plan of Work: say goodbye to stages A-L

Institute catches profession unawares as it tears up its 50-year-old traditional schema for progressing construction works

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