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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Report Writing for Architects.
Burlington : Elsevier Science, ©2014
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|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.|