The JSA team work in accordance with he RIBA Plan of Works
The RIBA Plan of Work is a framework that sets out the key stages involved in the design and construction of a building project. The Plan of Work is divided into eight stages, which are as follows:
Stage 1: Strategic Definition
This stage involves defining the client’s requirements, developing a project brief, and establishing the project budget and timeline.
Stage 2: Preparation and Brief
During this stage, the design team prepares the detailed project brief and carries out any necessary site surveys or investigations. The team will also assess any planning or regulatory requirements.
Stage 3: Concept Design
The concept design stage involves developing initial design concepts and ideas for the project, which are presented to the client for feedback.
Stage 4: Developed Design
During this stage, the design team further develops the design, including detailed plans, elevations, and 3D models. The team will also consider any environmental, sustainability, or accessibility factors.