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Report Writing for Architects.

Author: David Chappell
Publisher: London : Architectural Press ; New York : Nichols Pub. Co., 1984.
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Report Writing for Architects presents a critical review of standard report formats use in writing reports for architects. It discusses a set of formats to help architects and surveyors to create good reports for their client. It addresses every instance that necessitates the creation of architectural report. Some of the topics covered in the book are the purpose, target audience, format, presentation, and main  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Chappell, David.
Report Writing for Architects.
Burlington : Elsevier Science, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Chappell
ISBN: 9781483193984 1483193985
OCLC Number: 898102883
Description: 1 online resource (133 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; Report Writing for Architects; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction; Chapter 1. Terms of Reference; Chapter 2. The Report; 2.1 Purpose; 2.2 Who will Read?; 2.3 Format; 2.4 Presentation; 2.5 Summary of Main Points; Chapter 3. Content; 3.1 Fact and Opinion; 3.2 Style; 3.3 Summary of Main Points; Chapter 4. Reports Associated with Building Projects; 4.1 Feasibility; 4.2 Outline Proposals; 4.3 Scheme Design; 4.4 Progress Reports to Client; 4.5 Special Reports to Client on Particular Aspects of the Contract; 4.6 Report to Client on Contractor's Claim for Loss and/or Expense. 4.7 Report to Client on Award of Extension of TimeChapter 5. Miscellaneous Reports; 5.1 Development Possibilities; 5.2 Inspection of Property; 5.3 Schedule of Condition (Dilapidation); 5.4 Investigation of Defects; INVESTIGATION OF DEFECTS REPORT FORMAT; Chapter 6. Special Reports for Ecclesiastical Property; 6.1 Scope; 6.2 Procedure; 6.3 Inspections; 6.4 Report; Chapter 7. Proof of Evidence; 7.1 What is Proof of Evidence; 7.2 Preparation; 7.3 Litigation and Arbitration; 7.4 Town Planning Inquiries; Chapter 8. Use of Consultants; 8.1 Purpose; 8.2 When to Use; 8.3 Combined or Separate Reports. Chapter 9. Back-up Information9.1 Types; 9.2 How to Decide; 9.3 When to Use; Chapter 10. Incorporation of Special Clauses; 10.1 Why?; 10.2 How?; 10.3 Dangers; Appendix A Equipment for Property Surveys; Appendix B Sample Worked Feasibility Report.

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Report Writing for Architects presents a critical review of standard report formats use in writing reports for architects. It discusses a set of formats to help architects and surveyors to create good reports for their client. It addresses every instance that necessitates the creation of architectural report. Some of the topics covered in the book are the purpose, target audience, format, presentation, and main points of a report; description, style and basis of the content of report to be written; creating reports connected with building projects; making of feasibility report format and its c.

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