Archive for: August, 2013

Specifications & Performance documentation for Design & Build

Back in February of this year one of our early blog posts, titled ‘A Catalyst For Change‘, touched on the subject of Design & Build. Why is it used? Is it understood etc. etc? Earlier this month we were asked by an architect about design & build contracts and how specifications and performance documentation should…

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The 3rd Quarter – Schumann Consult

The end of September drew Schumann Consult’s 3rd quarter of trading to a close and things continue to take off. We have started working with some terrific new clients, added some really fantastic projects to our portfolio, welcomed new members of staff to our team, attended the World Architecture Festival in Singapore, cemented our alliance with RLB…

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The Watchful Protector of Quality – Architects Journal October Column

Following on from last months ‘A Single Appointment Strategy’ article for Architects Journal, Nick’s contribution for October discusses how the Specification ensures clients get value for money and what they paid for. Specification is the guardian of quality Designers are in the business of creativity, followed by information production in a predetermined format, to a set quality…

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