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Last edited 20 Dec 2019
Work in progress
The RIBA Plan of Work 2013 defines Work in Progress (WIP) as:
‘…ongoing design work that is issued between designers to facilitate the iterative coordination of each designer’s output. Work issued as Work in Progress is signed off by the internal design processes of each designer and is checked and coordinated by the lead designer.’
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