Architecture Canada n°1 2nd semestre 2006
Architecture Canada n°1 2nd semestre 2006
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When Selecting and Engaging an Architect… Use QBS ! QBS Qualifications-based selection or Quality-based selection (QBS) is a system to use when selecting an architect on the basis of professional qualifications and experience. First - A Good Relationship The importance of a good relationship or « chemistry » cannot be overemphasized when selecting an architect because the architect and client will have to work together over many years. As Pierre D’Anjou, FIRAC says, « an excellent understanding and complicity between two major actors of the project is an important key to its success and should outclass the money factor when selecting an architect. Interviewing architects in selected groups before making a final choice is often a good way for clients to identify the architectural team with whom they’ll develop the best understanding and relationship. » Comparing and Evaluating An excellent primer for choosing and engaging an architect can be found on Royal Architectural Institute of Canada web site at www.raic.org (click on Architecture and Architects, then Choosing an Architect). See the Checklist and Guidelines : Issuing Requests for Proposals (RFPs) on page 76 for a description of the recommended process for issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP). To achievean objective comparison, QBS uses predetermined, value-based criteria for evaluating architects and their proposals that may include such factors as:• History and capability to performrequired architectural services ; • Related experience such as past performance on similar types of projects ; • Familiarity with local geography and facilities ; • Experience and skills in project management ; and• Design approach/methodology. The process compares two or more architects. The client (or committee members, if applicable) makes a selection basedupon their judgement of which architect is most likely to handle the project successfully. Other criteria include:• Reputation ; • Rapport ; • Technical competence ; • Commitment to the client’s interests ; and• The client’s desire for imagination and ingenuity. Once an architect has been selected because of demonstrated qualifications to performthe work, a fair fee is negotiated. Some provincial associations publish appropriate scales of professional fees to help clients and architects in determining fair compensation. ■ To locate an Architect, use the electronic directory on the RAIC website at www.raic.org and click on FIND AN ARCHITECT, or order a printed directory from the RAIC ! THE ROYAL ARCHITECTURAL INSTITUTE OF CANADA/L’INSTITUT ROYAL D’ARCHITECTURE DU CANADA ■ 71 ■ ■ ■ www.raic.org/2006



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