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Last edited 19 Mar 2020
‘Engineering information which is crucial to the development of the Architectural Concept, including plant room or riser information, or required to develop the Cost Plan or for the consideration of Project Risks.’
It suggests that during stage 2 (concept design), civil, structural and building services engineers should not undertake detailed engineering analysis, but should provide general rule of thumb strategic engineering contributions to the architectural concept. The depth of engineering contributions will depend on the robustness of the architectural concept.
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