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The Design Manager's Handbook

  • ID: 2292855
  • Book
  • 252 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Design management as a recognised role in the built environment industry is relatively new, initially arising from the need for better co–ordination and delivery of design information from design teams to main contractors – particularly important as procurement routes involving contractor led design have become much more commonplace. The advent of design packages driven by specialist sub–contractors has also increased the need for co–ordination and management of the design process. With the growing complexity of construction projects, effective design management is increasingly central to project success. BIM, as it gains acceptance across the industry will undoubtedly have a huge impact on project delivery process and the role of the Design Manager.

The CIOB Design Manager s Handbook covers subjects such as design process and management tools, the role of the Design Manager, value management and innovation, procurement routes and implications, people dynamics, and factors that will affect the development of the Design Manager s role in the future, including BIM. It will ensure Design Managers understand the processes, tools and skills that are required to be successful in the role, and will assist them in delivering real value to complex construction projects.

Written for both the Design Manager practitioner and students on construction related degree courses, anyone interested in construction based design management will also find the book useful.

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Foreword by Paul Monaghan, Allford Hall Monaghan and Morris, Architects ix

Preface My Why xi

Acknowledgements xiii

Note to the reader xv

Abbreviations xvii

1 Introduction the CIOB Design Manager s Handbook 1

Context, scope, audience and structure

2 Process 19

Project context, processes, CDM, cost management

3 DMTCQ 59

The Design Management Benchmark, a framework model for Design Management based on Time, Cost and Quality

4 Tools 63

Generic tools to control design production and design development

5 Procurement 91

Main procurement routes, Employer s Requirements/Contractor s Proposals

6 Value and innovation 101

Value management, innovation and DM

7 People 111

Context, tsunamis, tribes and people

8 Training 123

Roles, skills, training

9 Quality 127

Urban and environmental context of design, quality, legacy

10 Stories 133

People, projects some stories

11 Future 145

Context, external and internal factors, BIM, DM2050

Afterword 161

Addendum October 2012 163

Appendices 165

A Lean Project Delivery Alan Mossman, Glenn Ballard & Christine Pasquire 165

B The ADePT methodology Paul Waskett and Andrew Newton 191

C Choosing by Advantages Alan Mossman 197

D Delivering value A Guidance Note for Design Managers Michael Graham 201

E Style, Behaviours & your Leadership Moments Saima Butt 209

F Educating the Design Manager of the future Paula Bleanch 213

G Facilitating workshops John Eynon 221

Bibliography/Resources/Further Reading 223

Index 229

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John Eynon
CIOB (The Chartered Institute of Building)
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