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Roll Number: @00287843
Title of Assignment:
Stadium Rebuild
Module Name: Contractual Procedures
Programme of Study: HND
Year of Study: 2

University of Salford

2012
Contractual Procedures
Stadium Rebuild
Ashley Morton

Roll Number: @00287843
Title of Assignment:
Stadium Rebuild
Module Name: Contractual Procedures
Programme of Study: HND
Year of Study: 2

University of Salford

2012
Contractual Procedures
Stadium Rebuild
Ashley Morton

Table of Contents

Executive Summary………………..………………………………….…..….……Page 2 Introduction…………………………...………………………………………...…...Page 3 Building Process………………………………………………………………..…..Page 4 Stakeholders…................................................................................................Page 6 Procurement Methods……………………………………………………..………Page 9 Procurement Selection………………………………………………………….Page 11 Conclusion………………………………………………………………………….Page 12 References………………………………………………………………………….Page 13 Bibliography………………………………………………………………………..Page 14 Appendices…………………………………………………………………………Page 15

Executive Summary
The purpose of this report is to provide guidance as well as information for the rebuilding project of an iconic football stadium, which has been damaged as a result of fire. The report will give the board of director’s guidance on how the rebuild of the stadium should be carried out, which will include what factors need to be taken into consideration during the rebuild project and how the rebuild could affect stakeholders. The report will include a fully detailed plan of work set out by RIBA, which explains the different processes and activities that shall be followed throughout the project. The report will then analyse each proposed procurement method, making recommendations as to which approach will best suit the stadium rebuild.

Introduction
An iconic football stadium in the UK has unfortunately been severely damaged as a result of fire. The building was constructed over a century ago and the damage caused by the fire has now been investigated. It was concluded that the affected area has suffered substantial damage and is beyond repair, meaning the need for an entire rebuild of the stadium is necessary. The local community has been majorly affected as a result. Residents and business valued the stadium as an iconic attraction and businesses have since suffered a loss to revenue, as match days were key periods for custom. The report will investigate in full, the details of the building process and will identify which bodies and organisations will be involved in the project. The report will then go on to discuss different procurement procedures that can be adhered to, and will finally highlight the best possible procurement route to follow in regards to the stadium rebuild.

Building Process
The building process is a fundamental part of any construction process. This is described by the RIBA (2007) as: “The outline plan of work set out by the RIBA enables organising the process of managing, designing and also the administering of building projects into a number of key stages of work”. These stages are then set out and divided between Stages A throughout to stage M, below is a brief insight into what each stage includes. For a full description of the outline plan of work please refer to appendix A. Stage A: (Preparation) Appraisal- Identifies client’s needs and objectives as well as the preparation of feasibility studies. Stage B: (Preparation) Design Brief- The design brief is either carried out by or on behalf of the client. It identifies all key requirements and constraints involved in the project. At this stage the preferred procurement method shall be chosen, also the organisational structure, procedures and the people who will be involved in the project. Stage C: (Design) Concept- At this stage a there shall be a review of the procurement method which has been selected. Also included...
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