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BEING A CLIENT

APPROACHING THE PROJECT

A successful building is one which meets the client's needs and expectations.

Success in building depends as much on real cooperation from all the people involved as the technical method by which it is achieved. Whatever skills are invested in a project, they will be really effective only if brought together in a spirit of genuine teamwork.

As client you will take the lead in the team and in forming partnerships with the other players. Always remember that this is your project - and that you must keep control of it.

You will face risks and carry responsibilities, and you must weigh carefully the demands they will make on you. Your attitude to risk and responsibility will be a key factor in deciding which procurement route you will follow and the forms of contract you will use.


Source: CIRIA guide

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