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Alan Jones, 78th President of the Royal Institute of British Architects Introducing RIBA's 78th President, Alan Jones
Alan Jones has been elected as President of the Royal Institute of British Architects, taking over the two-year presidential term from Ben Derbyshire.
RIBA Contracts Part 7: What if something goes wrong? This panel discussion includes:
- The duty of an architect when things do go wrong and placing the utmost importance on the code of conduct when issues do arise
- Disputes on domestic projects, the volatility of the situation and ...
RIBA Contracts Part 6: Liabilities and the RIBA Professional Services Contracts This panel discussion includes:
- Liabilities from a legal stance
- Reasonable skill, care and diligence
- Insurance
Find out more about RIBA Contracts Digital: http://bit.ly/2LdK9hc
RIBA Contracts Part 5: How do you set out fees? This panel discussion includes:
- How RIBA Contracts help to set our fees clearly
- The importance of professionalism towards the practitioner and client
- Managing the client relationship in a good way but using the code of conduct to ...
RIBA Contracts Part 4: What are an architect's main responsibilities in a form of appointment? This panel discussion covers:
- Duty of care
- Duty to inform
Chaired by Jane Duncan, of Jane Duncan Architects and Interiors and Past President of the RIBA, and featuring Mark Klimt, Partner at DWF LLP and RIBA Specialist Practice ...
RIBA Contracts Part 3: How do you ensure a fair and balanced contract? This panel discusses:
- How to create a balanced contract between the client and the architect
- How legal documents can express the duty of care and take away the risk and liability from practitioners
-The importance of negotiation
Chaired ...
RIBA Contracts Part 2: What should a form of appointment contain? This panel discusses the essential terms to be included in all forms of appointments, some questions raised are:
1. What are you going to do?
2. What does the client want?
3. Is it achievable?
4. What is the fee?
...
RIBA contracts part 1: Why do we need forms of appointment? This panel discussion covers:
-The importance of the written agreement from a legal perspective so all parties know what they are doing, their duties, obligations and rights
- RIBA professional code of conduct
- Why do small architectural practices need ...
RIBA + VitrA Talk: Intergenerational Dialogues - Aleph Zero and Grafton Architects Our Intergenerational Dialogues series focuses on established architects and their contemporary counterparts practising today. For this special talk we brought together 2016 RIBA International Prize winners Grafton Architects and Aleph Zero, who won the prestigious prize in 2018. They discussed ...
RIBA Contracts: Why do architects need to have a form of appointment? This panel discussion covers:
- Why do architects need forms of appointment?
- What should a form of appointment contain?
- How do you ensure a fair and balanced contract?
- What is an architect’s main responsibilities in a form ...

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