Last edited 17 Mar 2020

Project strategies

The RIBA Plan of Work 2013 defined Project Strategies as:

The strategies developed in parallel with the Concept Design to support the design and, in certain instances, to respond to the Final Project Brief as it is concluded.

These strategies typically include:

These strategies are usually prepared in outline at Stage 2 and in detail at Stage 3, with the recommendations absorbed into the Stage 4 outputs and Information Exchanges.

The strategies are not typically used for construction purposes because they may contain recommendations or information that contradict the drawn information. The intention is that they should be transferred into the various models or drawn information

The RIBA Plan of Work 2020 defines Project Strategies as:

Strategies to support the design process, generally developed in parallel with the
design stages (Stage 2-3, concept design and spatial coordination) and to respond to the Business Case or Project Brief before they are concluded or support the use of the building. These strategies typically include the following:

These strategies are usually prepared in outline at Stage 2 and in detail at Stage 3,
with the recommendations absorbed into the technical design and information
exchanges. The strategies are not typically used as Construction Information but
may inform the construction process.

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