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Last edited 31 Aug 2020
Traditional contract: outline work plan
Clicking on the stages below will open a detailed schedule of the tasks necessary to complete that stage. Together these tasks represent a single, consolidated project plan from the first moment it becomes apparent a project might be required, right through to post occupancy evaluation.
See also: Traditional contract - pros and cons.
Stage 1: Business justification.
Stage 2: Feasibility studies.
Stage 3: Project brief.
Stage 4: Concept design.
Stage 5: Detailed design.
Stage 6: Production information.
Stage 7: Tender.
Stage 8: Mobilisation.
Stage 9: Construction.
Stage 10: Occupation and defects liability period.
Stage 11: Post occupancy evaluation.
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