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    • Confirm type of building contract to be used
    • Note that this affects the level of documentation provided by the architect and when it is provided to the builder
    • Review detailed design against planning approval and any conditions of approval
    • Review and update brief, program and budget
    • Revise design to incorporate any conditions of planning consent
    • Prepare and coordinate Construction Certificate documentation
    • Prepare drawings, schedules and specifications sufficient to enable the tendering/construction of the building
    • Coordinate and integrate information from consultants into architectural drawings and specifications
    • Coordinate the preparation of a pre-tender estimate by the Quantity Surveyor and report on pre-tender estimate

    Documentation Deliverables

    • Site plan (usually 1:500 or 1:1000)
    • Floor plans (usually 1:100 or 1:200)
    • Sections and elevations (usually 1:100 or 1:200)
    • Detailed plans and sections (usually 1:50 or 1:20)
    • Plan and section details (1:1 through to 1:20)
    • Fittings and fixtures schedules
    • Coordinated consultants’ drawings
    • Specification
    • Pre-tender estimate (by Quantity Surveyor)
    • Schedule of functional areas
    • Note that the level of tender documentation provided at this stage will depend on the form of building contract chosen