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Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010
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  • 1. Career, Scope of work and services in practice, condition of engagement and fee
    SCHOOL OF PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE , NEW DELHI
    February 2010
    PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE IV
  • 2. Career
  • Career
    • Employment II
    • 8. Manager of Design and construction
    • 9. Product Promotion
    • 10. Design – Build
    • 11. Architecture, Interior, Real Estate
    • 12. Journalist
    • 13. Advisor
    • 14. Design review, site selection
  • Architect in Practice
  • Design
    • Conceptualization
    • 17. Architecture, Urban Design, Urban Renewal, Interior, Conservation
    • 18. Realization
    • 19. Structure, Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC, Electronics, Fire detection & fire fighting, Acoustics, Illumination etc
    • 20. Sustainability
    • 21. Landscape, Renewable energy, Rain water harvesting, conservation of resources
  • Execution of project
  • Scope of services
    • Programme & feasibility stage
    • 31. Design Brief
    • 32. Site evaluation
    • 33. Design stage
    • 34. Concept design & budgetory estimates
    • 35. Engagement of consultants
    • 36. Development of design
    • 37. Integration of engineering and sustainability concepts
  • Scope of services
  • Scope of services
    • Working drawing stage
    • 46. Integration of engineering services
    • 47. Working drawings
    • 48. Construction stage
    • 49. Periodic supervision
    • 50. Report on progress
    • 51. Advise to clerk of works
    • 52. Certification of contractor’s application for payment
  • Scope of services
    • Post Construction stage
    • 53. Certification of completion of works
    • 54. Certification of as build drawings
  • Professional Fee
  • Norms for fee
    • IIA prescription till 1989
    • 58. COA prescription since 1989
    • 59. International practice
    • 60. Prescription – a restrictive trade practice ?
  • IIA fee formula
    • Percentage of cost
    • 61. Graduated scale
    • 62. Higher the cost, lower the fee
  • COA fee formula
    • Minimum fee
    • 63. Percentage of cost
    • 64. One scale
    • 65. But reduction for repetition
    • 66. Different percentage for different type of project
  • International practice
    Architect s associations (like IIA) of many countries have
    • Prescribed fee
    • 67. Withdrawn fee prescription
    • 68. No statutory body prescribes fee
  • PrescriptionA restrictive trade practice
    • No weightage to creativity
    • 69. No weightage to experience
    • 70. Professional may exploit the situation
    • 71. Violates the monopolies & restrictive trade practices
    • 72. Defeats the concept of competitiveness of a market
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