This animation brings the guidance to life and explains the key principles and process map in just 5 minutes. The production of co-ordinated design and construction information is a task- and time-based process, independent of which procurement route or form of contract is used. This approach does not require more work, as this information has always been required to be produced. However, true collaborative working requires mutual understanding and trust within the team and a deeper level of standardised process than has previously been experienced, if the information is to be produced and delivered in a consistent timely manner. The benefits of working in this way can include fewer delays and disputes within the team, better management of project risk and better understanding of where costs are being incurred.
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PAS 1192-2 in 5 Minutes