RIBA Project Management stages 0-7
Malone Architecture follow the RIBA Plan of Work as best practice for project management. It outlines eight stages in the planning, design and building process, from conception to completion on site.
The team at Malone Architecture will be open-minded in their approach to your brief and will adapt the steps depending on the size of your project – not all steps are mandatory in every case.
Confirming Client Requirements
Develop Business Case for feasible options including review of Project Risks and Project Budget
Preparation & Briefing
Project Brief approved by the client and confirmed that it can be accommodated on the site.
Undertake Feasibility Studies Agree Project Budget.
Source pre-application Planning Advice.
Architectural Concept approved by the client and aligned to the Project Brief.
Obtain pre-application Planning Advice
Architectural and engineering information Spatially Coordinated
Prepare and submit Planning Application
Coordinated design aligned to updated Cost Plan, Project Strategies and Outline Specification
All design information required to manufacture and construct the project completed.
Develop architectural and engineering technical design
Manufacturing & Construction
Manufacturing, construction and Commissioning completed.
Finalise Site Logistics
Monitor progress against Construction Programme
Building handed over, Aftercare initiated and Building Contract concluded.
Hand over building in line with Plan for Use Strategy.
Building used, operated and maintained efficiently.