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"This update of a leading textbook/reference in the field first published in 1952 continues the tradition of an architect and quantity surveyor jointly addressing the architect′s profession mainly from the angle of the private practitioner. Chappell and Willis cover the basics of the profession in the UK, running a project from the site appraisal stage to post–construction completion, sources of trade information, finding employment, and marketing practices. The text includes the latest UK building regulations, standards of professional conduct and practice, relevant laws, and forms of contracts; project management flowcharts; and a table of legal cases. Despite the British accent, the book is applicable to the profession globally." ( Book News Inc, November 2010)
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Bought this for my son who is studying for his part 3. A good standard textbook with a lot of information.Published 7 months ago by Mary
I like and find this book very usefull for architects. It seems to me a good buy for the people interested in architecturePublished on 3 April 2013 by Jose
This is an excellent book. An essential read for any architecture student or recent graduate - really helpful, useful and relevant!Published on 21 Mar. 2012 by PRB
Excellent book, highly recommend for student and professional. breaks down architects roles, duties and office management. wish i got this book sooner in my studies.Published on 22 Aug. 2011 by TPayne