What Is The RIBA Plan Of Work?
Overview of the Plan
The RIBA Plan of Work 2013 organizes the process of briefing, designing, constructing, maintaining, operating and using building projects into a number of key stages. It details the tasks and outputs required at each stage which may vary or overlap to suit specific project requirements. The RIBA Plan of Work 2013 template is enclosed as a fold out at the end of this document.
The RIBA Plan of Work 2013:
- — Acts across the full range of sectors and project sizes
- — Provides straightforward mapping for all forms of procurement
- — Integrates sustainable design processes
- — Maps Building Information Modeling (BIM) processes, and
- — Provides flexibility in relation to (town) planning procedures.The RIBA Plan of Work 2013 itself is not a contractual document: it directs readers
to various tools and supplementary core documents used by a project team, including documents relating to professional services contracts, Schedules of Services and project protocols, which may or may notBe contractual, and to the various forms of commonly used Building Contracts. (RIBA Plan of works 2013, 2013)
Steps of RIBA plan of works
Mainly they divide contract in to 2 parts
1. Pre contract
2. Post contracts
- Sketch plans
- Working drawing
- Site operations
Given below are the steps of framework for management in the RIBA plan of work.