Architecture Canada n°1 2nd semestre 2006
Architecture Canada n°1 2nd semestre 2006
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■ ■ ■ RFP www.raic.org/2006 Checklist and Guidelines : Issuing Requests for Proposals (RFP) This checklist is to be used as a guide for the building owner or client who needs to select an architect. The checklist describes the recommended process that you, as the client or owner, should follow when issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP). The checklist is based on principles commonly found in Comparative Selection or Quality Based Selection (QBS). For large or complex projects, you may decide that Technical Proposals are also required. The process for requesting and evaluating these technical proposals is described in step 11 and, if required, should occur following step 6. 76 THE ROYAL ARCHITECTURAL INSTITUTE OF CANADA/L’INSTITUT ROYAL D’ARCHITECTURE DU CANADA Note 1 : An excellent primer for choosing and engaging an architect can be found on the website of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada at www.raic.org (click on Architecture and Architects, then Choosing an Architect). Note 2 : Another reference, with sample forms for use with Quality Based Selection process, may be downloaded from the Ontario Association of Architects website : www.oaa.on.ca (click on Find an Architect, then Selecting an Architect). Note 3 : Most of the provincial associations of architects include within their websites information on Finding an Architect and on How to Find, Select, and Engage an Architect using Quality Based Selection (QBS). 1. Describe the Scope of Work:• your (the client’s) name, including a short history of your organization or agency and the events that prompted the project ; • project name and location ; • name of contact person : the only person authorized to respond to requests for clarifications or project information ; • names and roles of selection committee members (such as board, staff, committee, citizen group) ; • other construction on the same site, but not part of this RFP ; • completed studies or surveys relevant to the project, which will be made available to short-listed architects prior to their interviews ; • further studies required prior to commencement of design ; • program of requirements describing the intended size, function and occupancy ; • any other requirements such as demolition, additions, renovations, or sustainable design criteria, land use or site selection considerations ; • anticipated budget (if known) ; • anticipated formof project delivery or construction procurement (if known) ; • anticipated schedule for design, construction and occupancy ;
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