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1 RIBA Plan of Work 2013

2 The RIBA Plan of Work 2013: an overview John Orrell DLA Design - Group Board Director Immediate past Chair RIBA Yorkshire RIBA Core Review Group P o W Member BIM4FM and BSI FM Committee FAME Conference 27 th June 2014 Merchant Adventurers Hall

3 The RIBA Plan of Work 2013: an overview 1.What are the key benefits? 2.Why now? 3.How was it developed? 4.What is new? 5.What does it mean for users?

4 The RIBA Plan of Work 2013: an overview Design process diagram by Eva Jiricna – a Plan of Work?

5 What is the RIBA Plan of Work 2013? “The RIBA Plan of Work 2013 organises the process of briefing, designing, constructing, maintaining, operating and using building projects into eight Work Stages” It is not a schedule of services document It is not intended to be contractual … but it does set the scene

6 Landscape relating to the Plan of Work Complex contract cartography Constantly changing

7 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Key benefits Fit for purpose for the construction industry in the 21st century to help deliver capital and operational efficiencies, carbon reductions and better briefing and outcomes More efficient design processes Suitable for all size and type of project Suitable for all procurement routes For use by the whole project team Simple Adaptable Online tool

8 The RIBA Plan of Work 2013: an overview 1.What are the key benefits? 2.Why now? 3.How was it developed? 4.What is new? 5.What does it mean for users?

9 The RIBA Plan of Work 2013: BIM Overlay May 2012

10 The RIBA Plan of Work 2013: BIM Overlay May 2012

11 RIBA Plan of Work: History revised 1973 revised 1998 revised 2007 revised 2013 new plan 1963 Plan of Work for Design Team Operations

12 1963

13 RIBA Plan of Work: The Original

14 RIBA Outline Plan of Work 2007 STRENGTHS Simplicity Stages A – D clearly understood WEAKNESSES Simplicity Stages E and F loosely defined Traditional procurement bias Planning not embedded Soft landings/whole life cycle emphasis not included Performance specified work not covered

15 RIBA Plan of Work: Why make changes? To reflect the increasingly complex construction landscape including: UK Government Construction Strategy Changing procurement processes Need for earlier collaboration and project team assembly Importance of client briefing Importance of handover and post occupancy work Increasing use of information management including BIM Complexity of design stages including specialist subcontractor design approach to town planning

16 The RIBA Plan of Work 2013: an overview 1.What are the key benefits? 2.Why now? 3.How was it developed? 4.What is new? 5.What does it mean for users?

17 The RIBA Plan of Work 2013: an overview Continuing dialogue with construction industry BIM Overlay RIBA members consultation Green Overlay CPD & further Industry Engagement MayAugOct Feb 21 May UK Government Digital Plan of Work

18 The RIBA Plan of Work 2013: an overview 1.What are the key benefits? 2.Why now? 3.How was it developed? 4.What is new? 5.What does it mean for users?

19 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: core components Eight Stages & Eight Task Bars Simplicity retained, Flexibility added Maps to Government’s Digital Plan of Work New topics included Defined terms & project strategies

20 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Eight Task Bars Each task bar is either: Eight Task Bars Fixed or Variable or Switchable

21 RIBA Plan of Work 2013 includes: Procurement options Design Responsibility Planning Application options Design Team to Project Team Whole Life / Sustainability Intelligent Briefing / Project Outcomes Soft Landings / Project Handover Information Exchanges Health & Safety

22 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Mapping

23 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 0 Core Objectives Identify client’s Business Case and Strategic Brief and other core project requirements.

24 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 1 Core Objectives Develop Project Objectives including Quality Objectives and Project Outcomes, Sustainability Aspirations, Project Budget, other parameters or constraints and develop Initial Project Brief. Undertake Feasibility Studies and review of Site Information.

25 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 1 Core Objectives

26 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 1 Core Objectives Point Cloud Laser Scanner Built-in Camera Existing Building

27 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 1 Core Objectives

28 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 1 Core Objectives

29 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 1 Core Objectives 512 Trees in 33 minutes

30 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 2 Core Objectives Prepare Concept Design, including outline proposals for structural design, building services systems, outline specifications and preliminary Cost Information along with relevant Project Strategies in accordance with Design Programme. Agree alterations to brief and issue Final Project Brief.

31 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 2 Core Objectives

32 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 2 Core Objectives Op1: Detached Op2: Semi-Detached Op3: Terrace Op4: Block

33 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 3 Core Objectives Prepare Developed Design, including coordinated and updated proposals for structural design, building services systems, outline specifications, Cost Information and Project Strategies in accordance with Design Programme.

34 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 3 Core Objectives

35 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 3 Core Objectives Architectural Structural MEP

36 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 3 Core Objectives

37 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 3 Core Objectives

38 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 4 Core Objectives Prepare Technical Design in accordance with Design Responsibility Matrix and Project Strategies to include all architectural, structural and building services information, specialist subcontractor design and specifications, in accordance with Design Programme.

39 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 4 Core Objectives Example highlighting the insulated wall panel quantities in both model and schedule Auto take off from 3D (Vico).

40 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 4 Core Objectives Generate all steelwork quantities from the Engineer’s Revit structural model. Westok beams highlighted.

41 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 4 Core Objectives

42 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 4 Core Objectives

43 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 5 Core Objectives Offsite manufacturing and onsite Construction in accordance with Construction Programme and resolution of Design Queries from site as they arise.

44 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 5 Core Objectives Un-coordinated Services Optimised Design? Building Fresh Air! Main Feature Bridge link– Slender?

45 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 5 Core Objectives

46 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 5 Core Objectives

47 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 5 Core Objectives

48 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 5 Core Objectives

49 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 5 Core Objectives

50 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 6 Core Objectives Handover of building and conclusion of Building Contract. Inspection of defects as they are rectified. Production of certification required by the Building Contract.

51 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 6 Core Objectives

52 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 6 Core Objectives

53 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 6 Core Objectives

54 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 7 Core Objectives Undertake In Use services in accordance with Schedule of Services. Acknowledges the potential benefits of harnessing the project design information to assist with the successful operation and use of a building. Post Occupancy Evaluation – back to the new Stage 0.

55 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Procurement Task Bar

56 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Procurement Options available when generating a practice or project specific Plan of Work

57 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Programme Task Bar

58 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Programme Options available when generating a practice or project specific Plan of Work

59 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: (Town) Planning Task Bar

60 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Planning Options available when generating a practice or project specific Plan of Work

61 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: The template

62 The RIBA Plan of Work 2013: an overview 1.What are the key benefits? 2.Why now? 3.How was it developed? 4.What is new? 5.What does it mean for users?

63 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: how to use it Online tool Customise a practice, or project, specific RIBA Plan of Work 2013 Free to use Available now Practice Project Template

64 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Building a continuous cycle of improvement Start at the end Defining outcomes Making early decisions on handover strategy Using post occupancy evaluation Learning from completed projects Additional services provided in Stages 0 and 7

65 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Supporting publications RIBA Plan of Work 2013 Overview - free publication including: -Glossary of terms -Frequently Asked Questions -Hard copy & pdf available via Guide to using the RIBA Plan of Work 2013 Assembling the Collaborative Project Team RIBA Job Book RIBA Agreements: alternative schedules of services Other documents will continue to be updated See for more information & offers

66 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: What does it mean for users? Fit for purpose for the construction industry in the 21st century to help deliver capital and operational efficiencies, carbon reductions and better briefing More efficient design processes Suitable for all size and type of project Suitable for all procurement routes For use by the whole project team Simple Adaptable Online tool

67 RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Online Tool

68 Thank you for listening Any questions?


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