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Last edited 23 Aug 2016
Project plans for building design and construction
Follow one of our detailed, step-by-step plans from the moment a new building becomes a possibility, right through to post occupancy evaluation. The plans tell you what needs to be done, by who, and offer helpful hints about what to look out for as your project progresses.
Click on one of the images below to open the right plan for your project. If you don’t know which plan to choose, begin with ‘traditional contract’ – you can always change later.
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