Why should you choose a RIBA Chartered Practice? Well, not only will it give you peace of mind, to be RIBA accredited, the architect will need to comply with strict criteria covering insurance, health and safety and quality management systems.
A RIBA Architect will help with Vision for your project
Building projects are often complex and, by definition, carry risk. The best way to manage that risk is to appoint a RIBA accredited architect. RIBA Architects will champion the vision. They can set up and lead the design team, manage the consultation and the planning application process.
Once planning has been approved, your architect can help select the most appropriate procurement process and the contractor for your project.
A RIBA Architect will help you get the most out of your project
They will advise not just on how to optimise the construction budget, but also on how to minimise the cost of running the building, once constructed.
A good architect will apply impartial and creative thinking whether you are planning a new building, or adapting or expanding an existing property. RIBA architects are problem solvers, and will offer solutions before and during the construction process.
Your architect will work with you to understand your needs and support your strategic decision-making. From the earliest stage a good architect can assess the site, set out the options, carry out feasibility studies, and help you develop your brief. A RIBA architect will work to understand your needs and ensure you get the most out of your investment.
RIBA Architects add value, whether it comes from designing a product that is attractive to the market, changing use, improving functionality, increasing capacity or making a scheme more buildable.
If you would like a free consultation with a RIBA accredited architect, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
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