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RIBA Plan of Work 2013 - Toolbox

Practical Tools as described in the RIBA publication Assembling a Collaborative Project Tea
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This Toolbox contains practical tools as described in the RIBA publication Assembling a Collaborativ
the Overview publication and the Guide to Using the RIBA Plan of Work 2013. It aligns with and sup
and focused tools that are essential for those responsible for and involved in assembling a project t

www.ribaplanofwork.com

The commencement of a project is crucial because the decisions made by the client at that point in
on how the project team will subsequently be assembled. This Toolbox contains practical tools that
ensures that the best possible start to the project is achieved.

WHO is in the project team?

By carefully considering the roles that are required at each stage of a project and who is best place
be engaged, it is possible to prepare a Project Roles Table and a Contractual Tree. The Project Rol
Contractual Tree will clarify the contractual relationships between these parties. The processes invo
Schedules of Services, Information Exchanges and design responsibilities to be considered in grea
this process is provided in Chapter 6 of Assembling a Collaborative Project Team.

Select one of these tools below:


Pick Lists

Project Roles Table (PRT)

WHAT does the project team need to do?

Defining what the project team needs to do is a fundamental element in the assembly of a collabora
Exchanges and Schedules of Services have been completed, and all the documents agreed on, ea
considered holistically and that they are all working towards the same client goals. More importantly
disputes arising and the project team is more likely to be focused on the collaborative strategies wh
Responsibility Matrix is prepared at Stage 1 to ensure each parties fees are based on agreed deliv
This allows the allocation of design duties to design team members and also to the specialist subco
out in the RIBA Plan of Work are allocated to a party set out in the Project Roles Table. Depending
can prepare these using the tools below but comprehensive guidance on this process is provided in

Defining what the project team needs to do is a fundamental element in the assembly of a collabora
Exchanges and Schedules of Services have been completed, and all the documents agreed on, ea
considered holistically and that they are all working towards the same client goals. More importantly
disputes arising and the project team is more likely to be focused on the collaborative strategies wh
Responsibility Matrix is prepared at Stage 1 to ensure each parties fees are based on agreed deliv
This allows the allocation of design duties to design team members and also to the specialist subco
out in the RIBA Plan of Work are allocated to a party set out in the Project Roles Table. Depending
can prepare these using the tools below but comprehensive guidance on this process is provided in

Select one of these tools below:


Pick Lists

Design Responsibility Matrix in

Select a Schedule of Services:


Stage 0: Strategic Definition (0 -SD)
Stage 1: Preparation and Brief (1 - P&B)
Stage 2: Concept Design (2 - CD)
Stage 3: Developed Design (3- DD)
Stage 4: Technical Design (4 - TD)
Stage 5: Construction (5 - C)
Stage 6: Handover and Close Out (6 - H&CO)
Stage 7: In Use (7- IU)

Assembling a Collaborative Project Team

Assembling a Collaborative Project Team has been developed in


to Using the RIBA Plan of Work 2013. It aligns with and supports
and the focused tools that are essential for those responsible for

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box

aborative Project Team

sembling a Collaborative Project Team which was developed in conjunction with the RIBA Plan of Work 2013,
3. It aligns with and supports these landmark documents, providing more detailed guidance, specific activities
assembling a project team. For more information on all of these publications please visit the website:

e client at that point in time, and the resultant initial appointments that are made, have a fundamental impact
ins practical tools that define WHO is in the project team? and WHAT does the project team need to do? This

and who is best placed to undertake them, along with the core decisions on how and when the contractor will
l Tree. The Project Roles Table will outline all core project roles required and the parties responsible and the
es. The processes involved aim to ensure that these outputs are well thought-out and robust. This allows
be considered in greater detail. You can prepare these using the tools below but comprehensive guidance on
eam.

able (PRT)

Contractual Tree (CT)

assembly of a collaborative project team. Once the Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information
uments agreed on, each member of the project team can be confident that design responsibility has been
goals. More importantly, by considering these issues early on, there is less likelihood of disagreements or
aborative strategies which are necessary to drive the project forward. It is recommended that the Design
based on agreed deliverables at each stage and on the areas of design that each party will be responsible for.
to the specialist subcontractors via the Building Contract. The Schedules of Services ensure that all tasks set
oles Table. Depending on the project, additional tasks may be added and not all stages may be required. You
process is provided in Chapter 7 and in the appendix of Assembling a Collaborative Project Team.

esponsibility Matrix incorporating Information Exchanges (DRM)

has been developed in conjunction with the RIBA Plan of Work 2013, the Overview publication and the Guide
igns with and supports these two landmark documents, providing more detailed guidance, specific activities
r those responsible for and involved in assembling a project team.

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Setup: Pick Lists


List of parties

Level of design

Information exchange

Yes / No

[Not decided]

[Not decided]

[Not decided]

[Not decided]

[Not required]

[Not required]

[Not required]

Yes

Big Widget Ltd

Outline

1:500

No

Sam Wilson

Performance

1:200

Big City PM

Full (generic)

1:100

City Centre Architects

Full (proprietary)

Guide to Pick Lists

Bold values
Values in bold text represent suggested values, or those which will be consistent across 90% of projects. You are
free to change these suggestions if you feel others may be more appropriate for your project.

1:50

List of parties

Big Beam Ltd

1:20

Clear Costs LLP

1:10

Add the list of parties involved in the project to this pick list. It will then be used to help complete the various tools
within this Toolbox.

Wires & Fires Ltd

1:5

Safety Ensured Ltd

1:2

Level of design and information exchange


The values in these pick lists are used in the Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information Exchanges

1:1

What is meant by level of detail, design and information exchange?

Although CAD or BIM information is produced full size, it is typically issued, or exchanged, as drawings in hard
(prints) or soft (electronic) formats, with the level of detail added to the CAD model dictated by the scale of the
output (i.e. 1:100, 1:50, 1:5, 1:1, etc.). BIM changes this approach as such outputs are no longer required
(although it is likely that 2D slices through a model will continue to be used as contractual documents for some
time). The level of detail therefore progresses from an issue of scale to one of purpose.

For example, if the model is being used for design discussions with a client, one level of detail is required in the
model, whereas a model being handed over to a specialist subcontractor (to develop the curtain walling, for
example) requires a different level of detail. As this transitional subject is in an embryonic state, the Information
Exchanges in the Design Responsibility Matrix are conceived in a manner that considers the output scale.
Guidance on the appropriate digital level of detail is being developed and will be published in the future.

For more information about PAS 1192 and the CIC BIM Protocol please see the following website:
www.bimtaskgroup.org

Project Roles Table

Client
Client adviser
Project lead
Lead designer
Construction lead
Architect
Civil and structural engineer
Building services engineer
Cost consultant
Contract administrator
Health and safety adviser
Access consultant
Acoustic consultant
Archaeologist
BREEAM assessor
Cladding specialist
Catering consultant
Facilities management (FM) adviser
Fire engineer
Highways consultant
Information manager
Interior designer
Landscape architect
Lighting designer
Masterplanner
Operational lead
Party wall surveyor
Planning consultants
Security adviser
Signage designer
Sustainability adviser
Technical adviser
Other additional project role 1
Other additional project role 2

Contractual Tree Example

All Stages

This worksheet gives a simple example from the RIBA publication Assembling a Collaborative Project Team.
The preparation of the Contractual Tree can be undertaken when the Project Roles Table is being completed; the two are intrinsically linked. They have,
however, been kept as two distinct activities due to the different outputs that are created. There can also be benefits in considering the project roles in isolation
from contractual issues.
The Contractual Tree is prepared using the parties identified in the Project Roles Table. One Contractual Tree should be sufficient for the majority of projects,
although where a design and build contract is utilised, a second Contractual Tree may be required to clarify any contractual changes (for example, novation),
even though the parties involved may remain the same (as in the example below).

Example 1: Large project Contractual Tree - Stages 1 -3

"Sam Wilson"

"Big Widget Ltd"

RIBA Client adviser

Client

"Cost consultant practice"

"Architectural practice"

"Big City PM"

Cost consultant
Contract administration

Lead designer
Architect

Project lead
Health and safety adviser

"Structural engineering practice"

"Building services practice"

Civil and structural engineer

Building services engineer

Example 2: Contractual Tree - Traditional Building Project

"Add Client Name"


Client

"Add Name"

"Add Name"

"Add Name"

"Add Architect Practice Name"

"Add Name"

Cost consultant

Building services engineer

Structural engineer

Project lead
Lead designer
Architect
Construction lead (stages 2+3)
Contract administrator
Health and safety adviser - note 2

Construction lead (stages


4-6)

- note 1

Notes
Note 1: Architect may undertake this role in certain circumstances
Note 2: Specialist practice may undertake this role in some instances

Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information Exchanges


Guidance on selection of design objects (Tip: To hide this
row right click on the row and select 'hide')

The aspects of design should be titled and coded using the new Uniclass2 classification tables for objects such as elements, systems and products, as appropriate. These tables and other resources can be found on the CPI website [1]. Articles can be found on thenbs.com [2], and other resources
can be found at the BIM Gateway Project [3].
Uniclass2 is intended to replace Uniclass 1997, and has been designed to support the needs of BIM, the project timeline, all sectors and all disciplines. To date Uniclass2 comprises the first 9 tables, with a focus on buildings and landscapes. Uniclass2 is aligned to ISO 12006-2 [4], and is
supported through the Governments BIM initiative (see BIM Task Group Labs [5]). (All websites are listed in the 'Useful links' worksheet in this document)

2 - Concept Design

Aspect of design
Classification

Title

15-05

Substructure

15-05-65

Piling

15-65-75

Insitu concrete frame

15-65-75

Post tensioned concrete frame

15-65-75

Precast concrete frame

15-65-75

Steel frame including secondary steel

20-10-20

Suspended ceilings

20-15-05

Hard landscaping

20-25-75

Roof lights

20-50-30

Flat roof systems

20-50-50

Metal sheet roof systems

20-55

Carpets and other floor finishes

20-55-15

Screeds

20-55-35

Internal floor tiling

20-55-70

Raised access floors

20-55-95

Timber flooring

25-05-60

Panel cubicle systems

25-05-65

Relocatable partition systems

25-10-55

External masonry walls

25-10-55

Internal blockwork

25-15-25

Internal masonry walls

25-15-25

Internal stud partitions

25-15-35

Light steel wall framing systems

25-20

Fencing

25-25-10

Balustrades and handrails

25-50-20

External doors

25-50-20

Internal doors and doorsets

25-50-21

Roller shutter doors

25-50-22

Revolving doors

25-50-95

Aluminium or steel windows

25-50-96

Timber windows

25-55-30

Vertical fire curtains

25-55-45

Louvres

25-55-45

Blinds and shading devices

25-70

Operable traffic barriers

25-80-15

Curtain walling

25-80-45

GRG cladding

25-80-52

Steel and aluminium panel systems

25-80-55

Natural stone cladding

25-80-70

Rainscreen cladding

25-80-72

Render and roughcast coatings

25-80-90

Terracotta cladding

30-05-30

Roof access systems

30-05-40

steel stairs or ramps

30-05-75

Insitu concrete stairs or ramps

30-70-90

Tanking and damp proof membranes

30-85-30

Fire stopping

35-35-30

External furniture

40-35

Soft landscaping

45-25-48

Dock levellers

45-35-15

Catering equipment

45-35-20

Reception desk

45-35-35

Entrance matting

45-35-70

Sanitaryware

45-35-82

Signage

45-60-90

Roof purlins

50-10-00

Siphonic rainwater drainage systems

50-10-10

Below-ground drainage inspection systems

50-10-15

Water waste (drainage) systems

50-10-20

Below-ground pumped drainage systems

50-10-45

Land drainage

55-40-40

Hot and cold water systems

55-40-40

Mains water distribution systems

55-40-50

Irrigation systems

55-55

Steam distribution and supply systems

55-60

Gas distribution and supply systems

55-60-55

Natural gas distribution systems

55-85-20

Dry riser systems

55-85-75

Sprinkler systems

60-45

Space heating and cooling systems

60-45-90

Space heating and cooling distribution network


systems

65-10

Ventilation systems

65-10-75

Smoke extract and control systems

65-70

Air conditioning systems

70-70

Electricity distribution and transmission systems

70-70-35

High-voltage distribution systems

70-70-45

Low-voltage distribution systems

70-80

Lighting systems

3 - Developed Design

Design team
Design responsibility

Level of design

4- Technical Design

Design team
Information exchange

Design responsibility

Level of design

4 - Technical Design

Design team
Information
exchange

Design responsibility

Level of design

Contractor
Information
exchange

Design responsibility

Level of design

Building contractor
Information exchange

Contractor's designed
portion

Collateral Warranty required?

Notes

75-45-20

Data distribution

75-45-85

Telecommunications systems

75-60

Security systems

75-60-05

Access control systems

75-60-10

Surveillance systems

75-65-30

Fire detection and alarm systems

75-75-05

Metering, monitoring and management systems

75-75-50

Mechanical engineering services control and


management systems

80-45-45

Lifts

Multidisciplinary Schedule of Services

0 - Strategic Definition

Project role

Party

Tasks to be undertaken

Provide Business Case and other core project requirements and contribute to development of Strategic Brief as required

All roles

Client and/or client adviser

Collate comments and facilitate workshops to discuss Business Case and develop Strategic Brief with project team members

Discuss initial considerations for assembling the project team


Project lead

0
Establish Project Programme

Collate Feedback from previous projects

Contribute to preparation of Strategic Brief

Lead designer

Comment on project Programme

Provide Feedback from previous projects


Contribute to preparation of Strategic Brief

Architect

Discuss project with appropriate planning authority

Provide Feedback from previous projects

Building services engineer

Contribute to preparation of Strategic Brief

Civil & structural engineer

Contribute to preparation of Strategic Brief

Cost consultant

Contribute Cost Information to preparation of Strategic Brief

Construction lead

N/A

Contract administrator

N/A

Health & safety adviser

All additional project roles

Contribute to preparation of Strategic Brief

Multidisciplinary Schedule of Services

1 - Preparation & Brief

Project role

Party

All roles

Client and/or client adviser

Tasks to be undertaken
Provide information for and contribute to contents of Project Execution Plan as required

Contribute to development of Initial Project Brief including Project Objectives, Quality Objectives, Project Outcomes,
Sustainability Aspirations, Project Budget and other parameters or constraints

Develop Initial Project Brief with project team including Project Objectives, Quality Objectives, Project Outcomes, Sustainability
Aspirations, Project Budget and other parameters or constraints

Collate comments and facilitate workshops as required to develop Initial Project Brief

Prepare Project Roles Table and Contractual Tree and continue assembling and appointing project team members
Project lead

0
Prepare Schedule of Services and develop Design Responsibility Matrix including Information Exchanges with lead designer

Review Project Programme and Feasibility Studies

Prepare Handover Strategy, Risk Assessments and Project Execution Plan

Monitor and review progress and performance of project team

Where required, Contribute to preparation of Initial Project Brief

Contribute to assembling of project team


Lead designer

Contribute to preparation of Handover Strategy and Risk Assessments

Comment on Project Programme

Monitor and review progress and performance of design team

Contribute to preparation of Initial Project Brief

Discuss project with appropriate planning authority


Architect

0
Undertake Feasibility Studies

Prepare Site Information report

Contribute to preparation of Initial Project Brief


Building services engineer

0
Contribute to Site Information report

Contribute to preparation of Initial Project Brief


Civil & structural engineer

0
Contribute to Site Information report
Contribute to preparation of Initial Project Brief

Cost consultant

0
Prepare Project Budget in consultation with client

Construction lead

N/A

Contract administrator

N/A

Health & safety adviser

All additional project roles

Where required, contribute to preparation of Initial Project Brief

Multidisciplinary Schedule of Services

2 - Concept Design

Project role

Party

Tasks to be undertaken
Contribute to Health & Safety Strategy as required

All roles

Provide information for and contribute to contents of Project Execution Plan as required

Contribute to development of Final Project Brief

Comment on Concept Design proposals as they progress

Client and/or client adviser

Sign-off Concept Design and Final Project Brief

Comment on Project Strategies as requested


Monitor progress of Concept Design

Collate and agree changes to the Initial Project Brief and issue Final Project Brief

Review Handover Strategy and Risk Assessments with project team

Project lead

Review and update Project Execution Plan

Review Project Programme and agree any changes with project team

Comment on stage Design Programme and Cost Information


Monitor and review progress and performance of project team

Comment on design proposals and Project Strategies from design team members

Prepare Sustainability Strategy and Maintenance and Operational Strategy with input from project team as required
Lead designer

Prepare stage Design Programme with input from other design team members

Comment on Cost Information

Monitor and review progress and performance of design team

Prepare architectural Concept Design in accordance with the Initial Project Brief, Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating
Information Exchanges and Design Programme

Liaise with planning authorities as required


Submit Planning Application (stage 3 recommended)
Architect

0
Undertake third party consultations and any Research and Development aspects as required

Assist lead designer with preparation of stage Design Programme

Provide information for preparation of Cost Information and Project Strategies

Prepare Concept Design for building services design in accordance with the Initial Project Brief, Design Responsibility Matrix
incorporating Information Exchanges and Design Programme

Building services engineer

Undertake third party consultations as required and any Research and Development aspects

Building services engineer

0
Assist lead designer with preparation of stage Design Programme

Provide information for preparation of Cost Information and Project Strategies

Prepare Concept Design for structural design in accordance with the Initial Project Brief, Design Responsibility Matrix
incorporating Information Exchanges and Design Programme

Undertake third party consultations as required and any Research and Development aspects
Civil & structural engineer

0
Assist lead designer with preparation of stage Design Programme
Provide information for preparation of Cost Information and Project Strategies

Prepare preliminary Cost information


Cost consultant

0
Assist lead designer with preparation of stage Design Programme

Construction lead

Prepare Construction Strategy

Contract administrator

N/A

Principle Designer

Develop Health and Safety Strategy including statutory requirements

Liaise with project Lead and lead designer as required


All additional project roles
Provide information as set out in the Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information Exchanges in accordance with
Design Programme

Multidisciplinary Schedule of Services

3 - Developed Design

Project role

Party

Tasks to be undertaken
Contribute to Health & Safety Strategy as required

All roles
Provide information for and contribute to contents of Project Execution Plan as required

Comment on Developed Design proposals as they progress

Client and/or client adviser

Sign-off Developed Design

Comment on updated Project Strategies as requested

Monitor progress of developing design


Review updated Handover Strategy and Risk Assessments with project team

Review and update Project Execution Plan

Project lead

Review Project Programme and agree any changes with project team

Comment on stage Design Programme and Cost Information

Manage Change Control process

Monitor and review progress and performance of project team


Co-ordinate and comment on design proposals and Project Strategies as they progress

Update Sustainability Strategy and Maintenance and Operational Strategy with input from project team as required

Lead designer

Prepare stage Design Programme in conjunction with other design team members

Comment on Cost Information

Monitor and review progress and performance of design team

Prepare architectural Developed Design in accordance the Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information Exchanges,
Design Programme and co-ordination comments from lead designer

Liaise with planning authorities as required

Submit Planning Application


Architect

0
Undertake third party consultations as required and conclude any Research and Development aspects

Assist lead designer with preparation of stage Design Programme

Provide information for updated Cost Information and Project Strategies

Prepare building services Developed Design in accordance with the Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information
Exchanges, Design Programme and co-ordination comments from lead designer

Building services engineer

Undertake third party consultations and any Research and Development aspects as required

Assist lead designer with preparation of stage Design Programme

Building services engineer

Provide information for preparation of Cost Information and Project Strategies

Prepare coordinated and updated proposals for structural design in accordance with the Design Responsibility Matrix
incorporating Information Exchanges and Design Programme

Undertake third party consultations as required and any Research and Development aspects
Civil & structural engineer

0
Assist lead designer with preparation of stage Design Programme

Provide information for preparation of Cost Information and Project Strategies


Update preliminary Cost information
Cost consultant

0
Assist lead designer with preparation of stage Design Programme

Construction lead

Update Construction Strategy

Contract administrator

N/A

Principle Designer

Update Health and Safety Strategy


Liaise with project Lead and lead designer as required

All additional project roles


Provide information as set out in the Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information Exchanges in accordance with
Design Programme

Multidisciplinary Schedule of Services

4 - Technical Design

Project role

Party

All roles

Client and/or client adviser

Project lead

Lead designer

Lead designer

Architect

Building services engineer

Civil & structural engineer

Cost consultant

Construction lead

Contract administrator

Principle Designer

All additional project roles

All additional project roles

ultidisciplinary Schedule of Services

Tasks to be undertaken
Contribute to Health & Safety Strategy as required

Provide information for and contribute to contents of Project Execution Plan as required

Comment on Technical Design proposals as requested

Comment on updated Project Strategies as requested

Monitor progress of developing design

Review updated Handover Strategy, Project Strategies and Risk Assessments with project team

Review and update Project Execution Plan

Comment on stage Design Programme

Manage Change Control process

Monitor and review progress and performance of project team

Review Technical Design proposals and Project Strategies as they progress and integrate the design work specialist
subcontractors in accordance with Design Programme

Update Sustainability Strategy and Maintenance and Operational Strategy with input from project team as required

Prepare stage Design Programme in conjunction with other design team members

Monitor and review progress and performance of design team

Liaise with specialist subcontractors as necessary

Prepare architectural Technical Design in accordance the Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information Exchanges,
Design Programme and comments from lead designer

Submit Building Regulations Submission (Building Warrant in Scotland)

Undertake third party consultations as required and conclude any Research and Development aspects

Assist lead designer with preparation of stage Design Programme

Provide information for update of Project Strategies

Liaise with specialist subcontractors as necessary

Prepare building services Technical Design in accordance with the Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information
Exchanges, Design Programme and comments from lead designer

Undertake third party consultations as required and any Research and Development aspects

Assist lead designer with preparation of stage Design Programme

Provide information for update of Cost Information and Project Strategies

Liaise with specialist subcontractors as necessary

Prepare Technical Design for structural design in accordance with the Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information
Exchanges and Design Programme

Undertake third party consultations as required and any Research and Development aspects

Assist lead designer with preparation of stage Design Programme

Provide information for update of Cost Information and Project Strategies

Liaise with specialist subcontractors as necessary

Update preliminary Cost information

Assist lead designer with preparation of stage Design Programme

Update Construction Strategy

Prepare Building Contract, agree with contractor and arrange completion

Update Health and Safety Strategy

Liaise with project Lead and lead designer as required

Provide information as set out in the Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information Exchanges in accordance with
Design Programme

Multidisciplinary Schedule of Services

5 - Construction

Project role

Party

All roles

Client and/or client adviser

Project lead

Lead designer

Architect

Building services engineer

Civil & structural engineer

Cost consultant

Construction lead

Contract administrator

Principle Designer

All additional project roles

ultidisciplinary Schedule of Services

Tasks to be undertaken
Contribute to Health & Safety Strategy as required

Provide information for and contribute to contents of Project Execution Plan as required

Respond to queries raised by Project Lead or Contract Administrator as required

Manage implementation of Handover Strategy

Review and update Project Execution Plan as required

Comment on Construction Programme

Monitor and review progress and performance of project team

Carry out site inspections and review against specification and construction programme

Assist design team members with responses to site queries related to co-ordination or integration

Carry out site inspections and review against specification and construction programme

Respond to Site Queries as they arise

Prepare 'As Constructed' Information

Carry out site inspections and review against specification and construction programme

Respond to Site Queries as they arise

Prepare 'As Constructed' Information

Carry out site inspections and review against specification and construction programme

Respond to Site Queries as they arise

Prepare 'As Constructed' Information

Prepare valuations in accordance with Building Contract

Update Construction Strategy

Administrate Building Contract

Manage Change Control process

Co-ordinate site inspections

Update Health and Safety Strategy

Review 'As Constructed' Information

Liaise with project Lead as required

Provide information as set out in the Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information Exchanges

Multidisciplinary Schedule of Services

6 - Handover and Close Out

Project role

Party

All roles

Client and/or client Adviser

Project lead

Lead designer

Architect

Building services engineer

Civil & structural engineer

Cost consultant

Cost consultant

Construction lead

Contract administrator

Principle Designer

All additional project roles

ultidisciplinary Schedule of Services

lose Out

Tasks to be undertaken

Respond to queries in relation to handover of building as required

Manage tasks listed in Handover Strategy

Manage updating of 'As Constructed' Information

Monitor and review progress and performance of project team

Undertake tasks listed in Handover Strategy

Review updated 'As Constructed' Information

Undertake tasks listed in Handover Strategy

Update 'As Constructed' Information in accordance with Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information Exchanges

Undertake tasks listed in Handover Strategy

Update 'As Constructed' Information in accordance with Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information Exchanges

Undertake tasks listed in Handover Strategy

Update 'As Constructed' Information in accordance with Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information Exchanges

Undertake tasks listed in Handover Strategy

Agree final account in accordance with Building Contract

Undertake tasks listed in Handover Strategy

Manage preparation and issue of 'As Constructed' Information by specialist subcontractors in accordance with Design
Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information Exchanges

Advise on the resolution of defects

Conclude administration of Building Contract

Review Project Information

Liaise with project Lead as required

Provide information as set out in the Design Responsibility Matrix incorporating Information Exchanges

Multidisciplinary Schedule of Services

7 - In Use

Project role

Party

All roles

Client and/or client Adviser

Project lead

Lead designer

Architect

Building services engineer

Civil & structural engineer

Cost consultant

Construction lead

Contract administrator

Principle Designer

All additional project roles

Notes:
Services required as part of on-going (long term) stage 7 duties are not listed. It is anticipated that these will be included in separate professional servic

ultidisciplinary Schedule of Services

Tasks to be undertaken

Undertake tasks listed in Handover Strategy

Manage completion of tasks in Handover Strategy

Mange updating of Project Information

Undertake tasks listed in Handover Strategy

Review updated Project Information

Undertake tasks listed in Handover Strategy

Undertake tasks listed in Handover Strategy

Undertake tasks listed in Handover Strategy

Undertake tasks listed in Handover Strategy

Undertake tasks listed in Handover Strategy

N/A

Undertake tasks listed in Handover Strategy

Undertake tasks listed in Handover Strategy

duties are not listed. It is anticipated that these will be included in separate professional services contracts or operating contracts.

Useful links
1

Uniclass2 on CPIC website

Uniclass2 on NBS website

BIM Gateway website

ISO 12006-2

Labs area on BIM Task Group website

http://www.cpic.org.uk/uniclass/
http://www.thenbs.com/uniclass/
http://www.bimgateway.co.uk/

http://www.thenbs.com/publicationindex/DocumentSummary.aspx?PubID=76&DocID=28
http://www.bimtaskgroup.org/task-group-labs-disclaimer/