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RIBA Plan of

Work 2013

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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?

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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

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Landscape relating to the Plan of Work

Complex
contract
cartography
Constantly
changing

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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 and adaptable online tool

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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?

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RIBA Plan of Work: History

1963
Plan of Work for Design Team Operations
1967
1973
1998
2007
2013
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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
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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
Changes in approach to town planning
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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?

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The RIBA Plan of Work 2013: an overview

Green BIM RIBA Continuing UK CPD &


Overlay Overlay members dialogue with Government further
consultation construction Digital Plan Industry
industry of Work Engagement

May Aug Oct Feb 21 May

2012 2013 2014

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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?

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RIBA Plan of Work 2013: core components

Eight Stages & Eight


Task Bars
Simplicity retained,
Flexibility added
Maps to Governments
Digital Plan of Work
New topics included
Defined terms
& project strategies

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

Variable or
Switchable

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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

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RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Mapping

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RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 0 Core Objectives

Identify clients
Business Case and
Strategic Brief and
other core project
requirements.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 6 Core Objectives

Handover of building
and conclusion of Building
Contract.

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RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Stage 7 Core Objectives

Undertake In Use services


in accordance with Schedule
of Services.

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RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Procurement Task Bar

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

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RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Programme Task Bar

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

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

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

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RIBA Plan of Work 2013: The template

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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?

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RIBA Plan of Work 2013: how to use it

Online tool Template

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Customise a practice,
or project, specific RIBA
Plan of Work 2013
Free to use
Available now Practice Project

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RIBA Plan of Work 2013:
Defined Terms & Project Strategies

All terms in the Plan of Work template are defined


in plain English in the glossary
The defined terms include a series of
project strategies
Project strategies are prepared, reviewed, updated
and implemented at differing stages

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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
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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 www.ribaplanofwork.com
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 www.ribabookshops.com/plan-of-work
for more information & offers
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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
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RIBA Plan of Work 2013: Common queries from users

The RIBA Plan of Work remain available but will be phased out over
time as the RIBA Plan of Work 2013 gains wider usage
The RIBA supports a resource based approach to fee calculation
and we suggest users consider how fees might be fairly and
reasonably apportioned between the new stages
Fees for stages 0, 1 and 7 will generally be on a time charge basis:
the proportion of fees charged for the remaining stages will be
determined by project specific factors

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RIBA Plan of
Work 2013
Comments & feedback are
welcome, please email:
practice@riba.org

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