The first ACA Insight National Webinar for 2015 looks at agreements for Professional Services Subconsultants.
The Architects’ Time/Cost Calculation Guide is a vital tool to assist practices in assessing the time and associated costs involved in providing an appropriate level of service for a broad range of building types.
John Held reflects on the importance of the educated government client and architects who have a sophisticated understanding of the client organisation.
Ian Motley argues that fee erosion is often the result of standard negotiation tactics. He explains how to recognise when you are ‘negotiating against yourself’ and how to avoid it.
PPP projects do not always deliver all that is claimed – and architects rarely benefit. Ann Gorey reflects on the perceived advantages, claimed benefits and actual costs of this common procurement method.
A new Professional Services Subcontract is available for members to use when a back-to-back agreement is required with the Lead Consultant.
Mario Dreosti outlines the sections of the Competition Policy Review that are of immediate relevance to the profession.
Blue Turtle is offering ACA members a 10% discount on its Fee Proposal Workshops being held in five cities around Australia in May.
Sydney-based representatives from top Australian architecture practices have signed up for the first Male Champions of Change program in architecture. Leone Lorrimer reports on the launch event, the initiative, and what it means for Australian architecture.
Join ACA – Qld/NT for a site tour at Kennedy's Timber.