Buildability is the provision of construction details and materials, which simplify the construction process. Buildability should be considered at every stage of the construction process, including the construction itself, maintenance, alteration and ultimate demolition. Achieving buildability will help reduce construction costs and the likelihood of claims. It will also help to achieve compliance with the CDM Regulations and meet the requirements of the Egan report.
Aims & Objectives:
This course explores various practical strategies to help achieve "buildability"
- Egan - The challenge
- Safety - The requirements
- How accidents occur - The statistics
- Accidents avoidance measures
- Prioritising the actions
- The process - Practical construction methods
- Improving buildability
- The future - Lifespan considerations
- Improving methods, materials, timescales
Designers, Contracts staff and Project teams on site.