Wednesday, 3 July 2013

AMA's Client Conversations publication for the Royal Institute of Architects launched

Client Conversations, which AMA wrote on behalf of the RIBA, was launched on 2 July 2013.  This publication is based on a number of interviews between clients from across the public and private sector and AMA to understand how buildings can best meet their needs, and to identify lessons that can be learned from their personal experience in commissioning buildings. Some of the clients interviewed are:  Argent, Manchester City Council, University of Lancaster and Manhattan Loft. It covers the commissioning of housing, office buildings, schools and libraries. This publication demonstrates many of the themes embedded in RIBA's new Plan of Work, which helps to guide clients and architects in the process of planning, designing, construction and using buildings.

The publication can be downloaded here.

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