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1 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IN THE UK ART 201 CIUK Credits 20 Semester Autumn Approximate dates October to January Aims This module enables the student to develop a critical understanding of factors which control the construction industry and the procurement and management of construction projects. In doing so it will provide the student with the knowledge and skill necessary to advise a client about the potential for and feasibility of a development proposal. Methods of teaching and This module also supports the other modules by providing a comprehensive analysis of the context for the provision of architectural services in the UK. describe the role and nature of the construction industry in the UK, its key organisations and institutions and their respective roles identify the key methods by which the government controls and regulates the construction industry, including current consumer protection issues and related legislation. discuss the main legislative and economic controls of development including fiscal measures, planning legislation, environmental law, building regulation, health and safety regulation, and identify associated codes of practice and sources of technical information explain how the legislative and economic control of the built environment and the construction industry affects development and the procurement of projects in the UK identify and evaluate critically sources of information (including current research work), relating to the construction industry in the UK write a short essay discussing a topic of current interest relating to the construction industry in the UK give informed advice to a potential client regarding the construction industry in the UK, including the role of professions undertake a comprehensive analysis of the feasibility of a proposed development project residential course of approximately two days including lectures, seminars and workshops course work Assessment The class test will assess general knowledge of the construction industry. The essay will require the student to discuss a topical issue in depth and will demonstrate their understanding of the selected topic. It will also develop research

2 and writing skills with a view to preparing for the dissertation. The feasibility proposal will test the students ability to synthesise the knowledge and understanding gained in this module and to apply these to a given problem. coursework 50% essay (3,000 words) projects 50% feasibility study Syllabus content Topics covered in this module will include: the role of the construction industry within the UK economy key organisations and institutions within the industry and their roles government control and regulation of the industry consumer protection and related legislation. economic and fiscal control of development legislative control of development including planning, environmental law, building regulation, and health and safety regulations. feasibility studies including economic feasibility

3 CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT LAW ART 202 CONL Credits 20 Semester Autumn Approximate dates October to January Aims This module enables the student to develop a critical understanding of factors which This module introduces the students to concepts of construction law and dispute resolution, examining in detail the standard forms of contract used in the construction industry, and appropriate methods for their administration and the management of related risks. It will discuss problems that frequently occur and the causes and resolution of contractual claims. The module will enable the student to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to administer a small to medium sized contract, and to assist in the administration of a large construction contract. It will also enable the student to assess the merits of a claim, and to write an adjudicator's decision relating to a typical claim. Identify and describe key issues in the law relating to construction contract administration, to claims and to methods of dispute resolution, including conciliation, adjudication, arbitration and litigation distinguish between the range of methods of building procurement, and select appropriate standard and non-standard contract types, including main contracts, sub-contracts for domestic or client selected sub-contractors, and collateral warranties evaluate the key risks in construction contracts, and explain the role of indemnities and insurance in dealing with those risks. select appropriate tender procedures, co-ordinate the formation of a contract and the preparation of contract documents, describe related post tender negotiation and value engineering procedures discuss the management systems, including lines of communication, appropriate for administering different procurement arrangements and contract types analyse complex situations and exercise independent judgement in reaching decisions regarding those situations explain reasoning behind decision clearly and logically in writing give informed advice to a potential client regarding the construction industry in analyse standard form construction contracts in terms of risk distribution, time, cost and quality control, flow of information and administrative procedures administer a construction contract of a small to medium scale, including the preparation of instructions, certificates, and other related documentation, and contribute to the administration of a larger contract make informed judgements when presented with complex and difficult contract administration problems, including the assessment of claims, and communicate the conclusions to the rest of the project team

4 Methods of teaching and analyse a construction dispute, reach a decision with respect to liability and justifying the decision in the format of an adjudicator's decision residential course of approximately two days including lectures, seminars and workshops course work Assessment Both the class test (which will be a scenario based paper) and the adjudicator s decision will assess the student s ability to analyse complex situations, to exercise professional judgement in reaching decisions, and to explain the reasoning behind those decisions class tests 50% (3 hours) coursework none projects 50% adjudicator decision (3,000 words) Syllabus content Topics covered in this module will include: the law relating to construction contract administration and claims the range of methods of building procurement appropriate standard and non-standard contract types, including main contracts, sub-contracts for domestic or client selected sub-contractors, and collateral warranties. appropriate tender procedures, the formation of a contract and the preparation of contract documents new forms of procurement construction contract claims risk management in construction contracts, indemnities and insurance methods of dispute resolution including conciliation, adjudication, arbitration and litigation the resolution of claims and the preparation of an adjudicators decision

5 PROJECT MANAGEMENT ART 203 PJMG Credits 20 Semester Autumn - Spring Approximate dates October to June Aims This modules examines methods of project planning, project management and quality control of construction projects of various sizes and forms from inception through to occupation. The aim is to equip the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to manage, within the context of architectural practice, a small to medium scale building project from inception through to completion. The knowledge and skills acquired will also enable the student to contribute to the work of a multidisciplinary team in managing of a larger project. Methods of discuss aspects of the law and legislation relating to procurement, including health and safety legislation, and give examples of how they affect project and practice management outline the principles of project management, construction management (including site organisation), and quality assurance and discuss examples of how these systems may be applied in practice evaluate and select the appropriate project procurement route for a variety of projects and the associated services required from members of the team demonstrate how the appointments and services of other members of the project team, relate to the management of that team explain the key methods of managing the design process, including the integration of the work of all members of the team explain the main principles of project cost planning, financial control, value engineering and management, and lean construction propose and evaluate methods of de-briefing and post project assessment exercise initiative and personal responsibility in managing tasks at a professional level demonstrate the ability to reflect on and critically evaluate the management of a real-life project coordinate the work of the project team for a small project, and contribute to the management of a larger project within an inter-disciplinary team make informed judgements on problems frequently encountered in the management of construction projects. communicate effectively with the client and the project team, including managing the forms of documentation used and the flow of information between members of the team prepare maintenance manuals and post completion information for clients and building users residential course of approximately two days including lectures, seminars and

6 teaching and workshops course work Assessment The class test will assess the student s knowledge and understanding of the management of construction projects The case study will demonstrate the student s ability to critically evaluate the management of a real project with which they were closely involved in their work placement. It will also demonstrate their ability to work in a multidisciplinary team and to contribute to the management of a construction project. The oral test will be used to moderate the marks awarded for the above, and to assess the students general understanding of the subject matter of, in particular issues related to management and communication. It will also test the student s ability to communicate orally and to deal with complex, unpredictable and stressful situations. class tests 25% Class test 1 (written, 2 hours) coursework none 25% Class test 2 (oral, 1/2 hour)* projects 50% case study (5,000 words)* Syllabus content * Note the above are both requirements of the RIBA and each must be passed separately in order to pass Topics covered in this module will include: project and contract management systems and their application briefing and user consultation, procurement options, team appointments and team building, including project team partnering project cost planning and financial control value engineering and integrated supply chain management design management, information management, site organisation and mobilisation health and safety and other legislation in relation to the management of a project appropriate QAA procedures in relation to the above methods of de-briefing and post project assessment, and of post occupancy evaluation

7 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ART 204 PRSV Credits 20 Semester Autumn - Spring Approximate dates October to June Aims This module examines the role and status of the construction professional, including regulation of the profession, professional liability and professional indemnity insurance. It introduces the student to the range of professional services that the architectural profession offers, and the means of assessing and agreeing terms of engagement for a building project. Methods of teaching and Within this module the student is required to plan, record and evaluate their own professional experience in their work placement. outline the history and development of the architectural profession, including its statutory and constitutional basis, its self-regulation, and the extent of governmental control through statute. explain the role of the regulated profession within the construction industry discuss the meaning and extent of professional liability and the requirements of PII insurance explain the purpose of standard terms of engagement, and discuss examples of their appropriate use plan their own continuing professional development over a set period, including the acquisition of new knowledge and skills, and evaluate whether these aims have been achieved explain and follow the Codes of Conduct and Standards of Performance relating to the profession of architecture assess the architectural services required for a project, and propose appropriate terms of appointment and fee arrangements residential course of approximately two days including lectures, seminars and workshops course work Assessment The experience evaluation and experience record will demonstrate the student s ability to plan and evaluate their own continuing professional development, and provide evidence that they have acquired the understanding and discipline specific skills which they have selected to develop within the work placement. It will also demonstrate that the student has fulfilled the RIBA and ARB requirements for professional experience. The class test will assess the student s knowledge and understanding of the architectural profession, its regulation, the services it offers and appropriate terms of

8 engagement. The oral test will be used to moderate the marks awarded for the above, and to assess the students general understanding of the subject matter of, in particular issues related to the professional Codes of Conduct. It will also test the student s ability to communicate orally and to deal with complex, unpredictable and stressful situations. class tests 25% Class test 1 (written, 2 hours) coursework none 25% Class test 2 (oral, 1/2 hour)* projects 25% experience evaluation, including CV (2,000 words)* 25% experience record (in accordance with ARB and RIBA requirements)* * Note the above are both requirements of the RIBA and each must be passed separately in order to pass Syllabus content Topics covered in this module will include: professional institutions professional liability, including statutory, civil and criminal liability ethics, Codes and Standards relating to the profession of architecture, statutory control: registration and disciplinary proceedings standard terms of engagement professional indemnity insurance and risk management. the role of the regulated professions, the meaning and extent of professional liability and the requirements of PII insurance the purpose and use of the professional Codes of Conduct the purpose and use of standard terms of engagement

9 PRACTICE MANAGEMENT ART 205 PCMG Credits 20 Semester Spring Approximate dates January to June Aims This module explores methods of management of architectural practices of various sizes and forms, including the management of its financial and human resources, and the legislation related to these. The module will enable the student to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to manage a small architectural practice, and contribute to the management of a larger architectural practice. Methods of teaching and outline aspects of the law and legislation relating to practice management, including health and safety legislation describe the main principles of employment law, including civil liability, employment contracts, and equal opportunities legislation give examples of appropriate marketing of architectural services, and explain how commissions are distributed and obtained, including processes of fee bidding and competitions explain the different forms of architectural practice and their legal and financial implications, including appropriate internal structures, financial management and management of staff describe and evaluate techniques used in the management of staff, including motivation, group dynamics and reward structures explain the key strategies involved in the financial management of an architectural practice, including the use of business plans, and methods of dealing with taxation and accounting assess the resources necessary to offer professional services in relation to a project demonstrate the ability to reflect on and critically evaluate the management of a real-life practice propose appropriate management systems for varying sizes of architectural practice, including for the management of physical, financial and human resources critically evaluate the management systems used in an existing practice residential course of approximately two days including lectures, seminars and workshops course work Assessment The class test will assess the student s knowledge and understanding of the management of architectural practices

10 The case study will demonstrate the student s ability to critically evaluate the management of an existing architectural practice. class tests 50% (2 hours) coursework 50% case study (3-5,000 words) projects none Syllabus content Topics covered in this module will include: management of organisations personnel management health and safety in the workplace employment law, including civil liability, employment contracts, equal opportunities legislation staff development and CPD marketing of architectural services, and how commissions are obtained fee bidding, negotiation, and competitions different forms of architectural practice and their legal and financial implications the internal structures and management appropriate for different forms of practice the management of people, including motivation, group dynamics and reward structures financial management of practice, including business plans, taxation and accounting

11 INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION PROCUREMENT ART 206 INCP Credits 20 Semester Spring Approximate dates January to June Aims This module examines the construction industry in selected other countries, including the role and regulation of the architectural profession, methods of procurement and standard forms of contract. It also introduces the student to methods of procurement and managing of large scale international (ie cross-border) construction projects. Methods of teaching and describe the construction industry and the practice of architecture in selected other countries give examples of International construction procurement, evaluate appropriate and commonly used forms of contract, and discuss the role of international dispute resolution explain how international policies and treaties affect the procurement of construction projects in selected countries identify and evaluate critically sources of information (including current research work), relating to the construction industry outside the UK propose appropriate methodologies for tackling the selected topic plan and execute the work necessary to further knowledge and/or understanding in the selected field communicate the results of the study clearly and in a manner which would be accessible to the profession and other researchers none residential course of approximately two days including lectures, seminars and workshops course work Assessment The essay will demonstrate the student s knowledge and understanding of a topic relating to the syllabus, which would normally be aspects of the construction industry of a selected country other than the UK, or the procurement and management of large scale international (ie cross-border) construction projects. class tests none coursework 100% essay (8,000 words) projects none Syllabus content Topics covered in this module will include:

12 international construction procurement, international forms of contract international construction dispute resolution the economic and legal context for practice in selected other countries the architectural profession and architectural practice in selected other countries construction procurement in selected other countries International and EU policy and treaties relating to the construction industry

13 DISSERTATION ART 207 DISS Credits 60 Semester Autumn - Spring Approximate dates October to June Aims This module enables the student to explore in-depth a selected topic in the field of professional studies. It is anticipated that in many cases the topic chosen will relate to a current issue or problem of concern to the profession, or will relate to leading edge professional practice, and that the results of the study will further knowledge and/or understanding in that area. The study may involve the collection and analysis of original data, or placing an original interpretation on existing data Methods of teaching and Assessment none critically evaluate current understanding and research in the selected field of study propose appropriate methodologies for tackling the selected topic plan and execute the work necessary to further knowledge and/or understanding in the selected field communicate the results of the study clearly and in a manner which would be accessible to the profession and other researchers none class tests none research skills briefing on residential course coursework 100% dissertation (20,000 words) projects none Syllabus content Topics covered in this module will include: research and dissertation writing skills

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