Report writing is a very neglected aspect of architectural practice, and seems to be a skill architects think they can 'pick up' along the way as they gain experience. Yet a sizeable part of an architect's work consists of preparing different kinds of reports. This book, therefore, provides samples of standard report formats to cover most of those needed in an architectural practice, and should help simply the typical architect's job.
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Report writing is a much neglected aspect of architectural practice - something to be "picked up" as the architect gains experience. This is surprising since a sizeable part of an architect's work consists of preparing reports of one sort or another. This book brings together standard report formats to cover all the common examples to simplify the architect's job and to highlight important points to be considered.About the Author:
David Chappell BA(HonsArch), MA(Arch), MA(Law), PhD, RIBA is Professor of Architectural Practice and Research in the School of the Built Environment at The Queen's University of Belfast.
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