Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010

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Spa Proffessional Practice Iv February 2010

  1. 1. Career, Scope of work and services in practice, condition of engagement and fee<br />SCHOOL OF PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE , NEW DELHI <br />February 2010 <br />PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE IV<br />
  2. 2. Career<br /><ul><li>Practice
  3. 3. Employment - I
  4. 4. Practice
  5. 5. Government
  6. 6. BPO
  7. 7. Builder</li></li></ul><li>Career<br /><ul><li>Employment II
  8. 8. Manager of Design and construction
  9. 9. Product Promotion
  10. 10. Design – Build
  11. 11. Architecture, Interior, Real Estate
  12. 12. Journalist
  13. 13. Advisor
  14. 14. Design review, site selection</li></li></ul><li>Architect in Practice<br /><ul><li>Scope of work
  15. 15. Design
  16. 16. Execution of project</li></li></ul><li>Design<br /><ul><li>Conceptualization
  17. 17. Architecture, Urban Design, Urban Renewal, Interior, Conservation
  18. 18. Realization
  19. 19. Structure, Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC, Electronics, Fire detection & fire fighting, Acoustics, Illumination etc
  20. 20. Sustainability
  21. 21. Landscape, Renewable energy, Rain water harvesting, conservation of resources</li></li></ul><li>Execution of project<br /><ul><li>Supervision - I
  22. 22. Compliance of relevant laws
  23. 23. Supervision - II
  24. 24. Construction
  25. 25. Certification
  26. 26. Works
  27. 27. Payment
  28. 28. Interpretation
  29. 29. Drawings
  30. 30. Contract</li></li></ul><li>Scope of services<br /><ul><li>Programme & feasibility stage
  31. 31. Design Brief
  32. 32. Site evaluation
  33. 33. Design stage
  34. 34. Concept design & budgetory estimates
  35. 35. Engagement of consultants
  36. 36. Development of design
  37. 37. Integration of engineering and sustainability concepts </li></li></ul><li>Scope of services<br /><ul><li>Statutory approvals
  38. 38. Drawings and documents
  39. 39. Presentations
  40. 40. Tender stage
  41. 41. Tender drawings
  42. 42. Specifications
  43. 43. Conditions of Contract
  44. 44. Bill of quantity
  45. 45. Estimates</li></li></ul><li>Scope of services<br /><ul><li>Working drawing stage
  46. 46. Integration of engineering services
  47. 47. Working drawings
  48. 48. Construction stage
  49. 49. Periodic supervision
  50. 50. Report on progress
  51. 51. Advise to clerk of works
  52. 52. Certification of contractor’s application for payment</li></li></ul><li>Scope of services<br /><ul><li>Post Construction stage
  53. 53. Certification of completion of works
  54. 54. Certification of as build drawings</li></li></ul><li>Professional Fee<br /><ul><li>Percentage of cost
  55. 55. Area basis
  56. 56. Lump-sum
  57. 57. Time basis</li></li></ul><li>Norms for fee<br /><ul><li>IIA prescription till 1989
  58. 58. COA prescription since 1989
  59. 59. International practice
  60. 60. Prescription – a restrictive trade practice ?</li></li></ul><li>IIA fee formula<br /><ul><li>Percentage of cost
  61. 61. Graduated scale
  62. 62. Higher the cost, lower the fee</li></li></ul><li>COA fee formula<br /><ul><li>Minimum fee
  63. 63. Percentage of cost
  64. 64. One scale
  65. 65. But reduction for repetition
  66. 66. Different percentage for different type of project</li></li></ul><li>International practice<br /> Architect s associations (like IIA) of many countries have<br /><ul><li>Prescribed fee
  67. 67. Withdrawn fee prescription
  68. 68. No statutory body prescribes fee</li></li></ul><li>PrescriptionA restrictive trade practice<br /><ul><li>No weightage to creativity
  69. 69. No weightage to experience
  70. 70. Professional may exploit the situation
  71. 71. Violates the monopolies & restrictive trade practices
  72. 72. Defeats the concept of competitiveness of a market</li></li></ul><li>Presentation available onwww.slideshare.net/prmehta<br />

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