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RIBA plan of work

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RIBA plan of work

  1. 1. Royal Institute of British Architecture
  2. 2. Introduction Formed in 1834. Various plans are proposed by the charter Purpose of the charter is to promote and facilitate the knowledge related to construction sector.
  3. 3. Used by internationally recognized contracting firms to coordinate and plan the project process. Recent past,2002 charter was in use. Later on2007 and currently revised 2013 is been used.
  4. 4. Usage  Crucial for proper project management.  Taken place under several stages of 11. 1) Inception 2) Feasibility 3) Outline Proposals 4) Scheme Design 5) Detail Design 6) Production Information 7) Bill of Quantities 8) Tender Action 9) Project Planning 10)Operation On Site 11)Completion
  5. 5. Our case study  Amawathura Asapuwa in malabe.  5 storey building with a pagoda on the roof top.
  6. 6. Inception  Starting point of the entire project.  Client initiates the project having a rough idea in his mind.
  7. 7.  Amawathura building was the idea of the board of the temple.  More space for people was a necessity.
  8. 8. Feasibility  Done under mainly 04 categories.  Economic Financial  Technical Environmental
  9. 9. Most of the client conducts the feasibility study. An economic review to know the value for money of the project is essential.
  10. 10. For the selected building ,board took the support of a consultant to do the feasibility study. Decision between floor area vs cost was taken. Finally a viable project was chosen within the budget, to facilitate the required space.
  11. 11. QS does the realistic first estimates of the entire project. Cube method, as the preliminary estimating method was used.
  12. 12. Outline proposals Sketches for the project are provided. Architects play major role. Several designs are made.
  13. 13. 5 storey building with a pagoda on roof top was designed. The pagoda is a cavity in which people can worship and do rituals. All the structural elements and other finishes are decided.
  14. 14. Scheme design Brief is completed at this stage. Selected design is critically examined. Former sketches are drawn in a proper format.
  15. 15. Detail design  Specific numbers are taken for the plan.  Final decision are taken.
  16. 16.  For the site  number of steps per Flight  height, width of pillars and other structures  type of lift
  17. 17. Production information  Final working drawings are prepared.  Use as document on site.  QS prepare specification.  Quotations are made.
  18. 18. Bill of Quantities All the procurement details are included. For the Amawathura building, BOQ was prepared by ICC.
  19. 19. Tender action  Suitable contractor was chosen.  Prominence was given to quality rather than lowest bid.
  20. 20. Project planning  Sub contractors are chosen preferably.  Mclloid Was selected for the Amawathura site.
  21. 21. A loop hole in planning was seen. Capacity was increased in the midway of the project.
  22. 22. Operation on site Physical investigation is required. Quality must be checked. QS prepares payment details.
  23. 23. Completion and feedback The building is get to be finished. So comments on this stage cannot be made.
  24. 24. Conclusion  RIBA was not practiced well, due to the changes of plan in the midway.  However need to check the actual progress after the completion.
  25. 25. Recommendation  Proper planning helps to get a quality work done.
  26. 26. Thank You

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