CPD – Scope Creep
DATE: Thursday 22 August 2019
Buildings and the processes we use to design them are both incredibly complex and susceptible to blowouts. We all know that managing scope creep is a difficult challenge, but what tools and insights are there to help us keep our fees and our clients’ budgets in check?
In this CPD, we will explore ways to help you better charge for services outside your fee base and keep your clients’ scope and budget on track.
- Karen Alcock, MAArchitects
Karen has 20 years experience working on multi residential and award winning housing projects.
Karen established MAA after 10 years working as a director of Neometro Architects. Karen places a strong emphasis on the critical role of design in architectural practice, in addition to a strong design focus, Karen also brings to the practice strengths in project delivery and practice management.
Karen is actively involved in promoting the importance of design and architecture in the community. She is the Chair of The Melbourne University Architecture Advisory Board and a member of the Australian Institute of Architects, Victorian Chapter Council. Karen was made a fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects in 2016.
- Geoffrey Moyle Principal, Cost Planner FAIQS
Geoffrey has been an active member of the building design, construction and consulting industry for more than 35 years. Most of his cost planning work is architect-designed inner suburban residential projects, generally at the Schematic Design stage… though he is keen for you to note that a quick check & chat earlier can often be the most helpful way to go.
He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, and a Registered Building Practitioner
- Victoria Reeves, Kennedy Nolan
Victoria’s primary interest and expertise lies in the execution of the design concept of the project. She is involved in all stages of project development, from detailed design through to site administration, working closely with client and builder to ensure that brief, budget and program expectations are being met and design intent is delivered. Victoria has worked with Kennedy Nolan for over 14 years and has contributed to the practice both in her delivery of many high quality design outcomes to high client satisfaction, as well as to the broader culture and strategic direction of the practice.
AACA COMPETENCY: Practice Management
– Learn how to define your project and fee scope
– Learn how to better negotiate with clients to charge for work outside of scope
– Develop an understanding of actual building costs for architect-designed projects
– Develop a better understanding of how to maintain control of scope creep
Tickets are limited, so book in fast!
Points: 2 Formal Points
Cost: Member $38, Non Member $49, Student $15
Where: BrickWorks, 367 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
When: 6:00pm for a 6:30pm start (estimated end time – 8:30pm), 22 August
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