In the construction environment the procurement is a mechanism which provides all the activities undertaken by a client to get a project built.
On this post we are looking on how the architectural services are procured. There are many procurement methods but all of them redirect to the following main activities:
1. Briefing and Assessment
2. Concept Design
3. Design Development
5. Inspection and Evaluation
Mr D. Tail is helping us to understand this process.
Odd to say, but today this historical main client/architect relationship is infrequent. Unfortunately architecture is not any longer considered the core discipline of the construction process, on the contrary, for many it has become a superfluous ornament. More posts will follow about this subject.