Skip to content

Standard Letters in Architectural Practice

Spend $50 to get a free movie!

ISBN-10: 1405179651

ISBN-13: 9781405179652

Edition: 4th 2008 (Revised)

Authors: David Chappell

List price: $133.95
Blue ribbon 30 day, 100% satisfaction guarantee!
Out of stock
what's this?
Rush Rewards U
Members Receive:
Carrot Coin icon
XP icon
You have reached 400 XP and carrot coins. That is the daily max!

Description:

This book provides over 300 standard letters for architects and contract administrators to use at all stages of project administration. They aim to cover all the common situations that are encountered in practice and the letters are grouped according to the RIBA Plan of Work. The Fourth Edition letters have been revised to take account of the 2005 JCT contracts and the RIBA 2007 standard agreement for appointing an architect. All letters are included on a free CD sold with the book, which enables the letters to be readily customised.
Customers also bought

Book details

List price: $133.95
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/8/2008
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 368
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.134
Language: English

Preface to Fourth Edition
Introduction
Appraisal
To client, if asked to tender on fees
To prospective client, offering services
To client, regarding the first visit
To client, setting out terms of appointment SFA/99 or S-Con-07-A
To client, setting out terms of appointment CE/99 or S-Con-07-A (a)
To client, setting out terms of appointment CE/99 or S-Con-07-A (b)
To Client, setting out terms of appointment SW/99 or C-Con-07-A (a)
To client, setting out terms of appointment SW/99 or C-Con-07-A (b)
To client, requesting payment in advance
To client, regarding other architects engaged on the work
To other architect, regarding former engagement
To client, if former architect notifies some problem
To client, if former architect states that the client does not have a copyright licence
To client who claims to have a copyright licence
To client, if architect asked to sign a warranty not previously mentioned
To client, if architect asked to sign a warranty only agreed in principle
To client if asked to provide a certificate of satisfaction not previously mentioned
To client, if a conflict of interest arises
To client, regarding the CDM Regulation duties
To client, regarding site survey
To client, before carrying out a site survey
To client, if requested to help in boundary negotiations
To client, if problem encountered during survey
To geotechnical specialists, enquiring about soil survey
To Coal Authority, requesting preliminary information
To BT, requesting preliminary information
To electricity supplier, requesting preliminary information
To gas supplier, requesting preliminary information
To water supplier, requesting preliminary information
To drainage authority, requesting preliminary information
To highway authority, requesting preliminary information
To National Power, requesting preliminary information
To Mobile Telephone Companies, requesting preliminary information
To Cable Television, requesting preliminary information
To client, seeking information
To client, enclosing the feasibility report
Design Brief
To client, regarding early appointment of consultants
To client who queries early appointment of consultants
To client, enclosing draft for appointment of consultants
Client to consultant [draft prepared by architect]
To client, if consultants' agreements are complex
To client who wishes architect to appoint consultants
To client, if architect is to appoint consultants (a)
To client, if architect is to appoint consultants (b)
To client, if architect wishes to appoint consultants (a)
To client, if architect wishes to appoint consultants (b)
To consultant, seeking indemnity
To client if consultancy services to be provided by the architect
To client, suggesting the use of a supplier or sub-contractor in a design capacity
To client, regarding lists of firms to design and supply/execute
To client, regarding lists of firms to supply
To client, if a relatively new material or process is proposed
To members of the design team, arranging meeting
To client, regarding fees for planning applications
To planning authority, requesting outline approval
To client who considers that drawing work should proceed before necessary approvals obtained
To planning authority, requesting renewal of temporary permission
To client, enclosing fee account
To client, if fees are late: first reminder
To client, if fees are late: second reminder
To client, if fees are late: third reminder
To client, if fees late: legal action threatened
Concept
To client, if amenity society writes with objections
To amenity society, if they write with