To extend students understanding of the nature and needs of business, corporations and the public sector, in terms of building procurement.
Students will develop knowledge of the business environment, ethics and professional responsibility in the context of risk management by understanding the Trade Practices Act, Development and Property law, and Copyright law. The students will also extend their knowledge of project management by investigating new forms of practice, project procurement, understanding design and novation contracts, partnering, development finance, project cost control procedures, life cycle costing, management of digital data and the Building Information Modelling (systems). Students will develop skills which will enable them to set up a design practice and set professional fees, prepare a business and marketing plan, and establish a charge out rate for profitable practice.
The Australian Institute of Architects 2010 2010, RAIA Advisory Notes current CD, The Australian Institute of Architects 2010, Melbourne. Vic
|INTERNAL, CITY WEST
||2 hours x 13 weeks
||1 hour x 13 weeks
Note: These components may or may not be scheduled in every study period. Please refer to the timetable for further details.
|INTERNAL, CITY WEST
|Business and marketing plan
|Development Assessment Report
|Take home paper
||1800 words (equivalent)
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