GUC ARCT 702 Legislations - Lecture 1 - Course Introduction 10-9-2018

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GUC – German University in Cairo Architecture and Urban Design ARCH 702 Legislation, Professional Practice and Contracts Winter 2018 Instructor: Dr. Yasser Mahgoub:

GUC – German University in Cairo Architecture and Urban Design ARCH 702 Legislation, Professional Practice and Contracts Winter 2018 Instructor : Dr. Yasser Mahgoub Lecture 1 Course Introduction 1

Course Introduction Agenda:

Course Introduction Agenda Instructor introduction Course overview Course syllabus

Instructor:

Instructor Name : Dr. Yasser Mahgoub E-mail: yassermahgoub@gmail.com Websites: Search for Yasser Mahgoub Linkedin , ISSUU, Slideshare , authorSTREAM , … Degree : Doctorate of Architecture, University of Michigan, USA , 1990 Experience: Academic: Head of Dept. of Architecture and Urban Planning at QU Country Nominator for the Aga Khan Award for Architecture Teaching: Egypt(2016 to date ): GUC, AUC, ASU, FUE, AAST Abroad 1984-2016): UM, UAEU, KU, QU Professional: Founding partner of “Egyptian Designers” Consultant at KU and QU

TA:

TA Name : Yomna El Gendy E-mail: yomna.elgendy@guc.edu.eg

Basic Information:

Basic Information Title: Legislation, Professional Practice and Contracts Code: ARCH 702 Credit Hours: 2 Cr. Hrs. L: 2 E: 0 P: 0 ECTS: 3 6

Course Title!:

Course Title! Legislation , Professional Practice and Contracts Professional Practice , Legislation and Contracts Professional Practice

ARCH 702 Legislation, Professional Practice and Contracts:

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ARCH 702 Legislation, Professional Practice and Contracts 9

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Weighting of assessments:

Weighting of assessments Assignments 40 % Final Exam 60% Attendance IS EXPECTED ! 11

Class Type::

Class Type: Lecture/discussion Activities Guest presentations by professionals in the practice community Assignments Research project teams 12

Student work consists of::

Student work consists of: Listening Class discussion Activities Reading assignments Research assignments Final Examination 13

Course content includes::

Course content includes: Material drawn from numerous current sources of information, including journal articles, news stories, guest lecturers and discussion leaders. Significant course material is contained in presentations and handouts distributed during class. Web-based information. 14

References and Textbooks:

References and Textbooks AIA Handbook of Professional Practice The Story of Practice by Dana Cuff Ethics and the Practice of Architecture by Barry Wassermen , et.al. The Work of an Architect by Robert Samuelson 15

Course Schedule:

Course Schedule 16 Week Topic Activity/Assignment/Discussions 1 10-9 Course Introduction Lecture 1 - Course Introduction Assignment Designing Practice 2 20-9 Lecture 2- The Architecture Profession Lecture 3 - Design process and Influences Assignment 1 starts Firms’ Survey 3 27-9 Lecture 4 - Project Delivery Process Activity: Teams formation 4 4-10 Lecture 5 - Business Management Activity: Selections of local and international firms 5 11-10 Lecture 6 – Fees 1 Activity: Analysis of local and international firms 6 18-10 Lecture 7 – Fees 2 Activity: Discussion with Teams 7 25-10 Assignment 1 presentations Assignment 2 starts Designing Your Own Practice 8 1-11 Lecture 8 - Ethics Activity: Firm location 9 8-11 Lecture 9 - Building Codes 1 Activity: Business plan 10 15-11 Lecture 10 - Building Codes 2 Activity: Theme or brand 11 22-11 Lecture 11 - Contract Issues for Architectural Firms Activity: CVs and Portfolios 12 29-11 Lecture 12 - Bidding and Negotiation Activity: Website 13 6-12 Assignment 2 presentation Computer files and the printed written report 14 TBA Revision  

ARCH 702 Legislation, Professional Practice and Contracts:

Course Outline This course introduces: types of architecture firms, design process management, business management of architecture firms, architects ’ administrative role, architecture practice stakeholders, legal aspects, building codes, ethics , professional judgment, social responsibility and the leadership role of architects in project delivery. ARCH 702 Legislation, Professional Practice and Contracts 17

ARCH 702 Legislation, Professional Practice and Contracts:

Course Outline The course also involves: types of contracts , fees , bidding , and construction supervision ; in addition to types of contracting agreements and guarantee against construction flaws using case studies . ARCH 702 Legislation, Professional Practice and Contracts 18

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types of architecture firms design process management business management of architecture firms architects’ administrative role stakeholders legal aspects building codes ethics professional judgment social responsibility leadership role of architects in project delivery types of contracts fees bidding construction supervision types of contracting agreements construction flaws

ARCH 702 Legislation, Professional Practice and Contracts:

Course Learning Outcome (CLO) Students should understand architecture professional practice legislation. ARCH 702 Legislation, Professional Practice and Contracts 20

Knowledge and Understanding:

Knowledge and Understanding This course is designed to provide an insight into a number of topics relevant to graduate employment , professional conduct and the practice of architecture .

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An Architectural Design Method B A S E D BASED Analysis Program Site Goals Performance Alternatives Briefing Problems Definitions Needs Context Program Site Synthesis Solutions Concept Form Space Preliminary Design Study Models Evaluation Priorities Grading Communication Feedback Selection Optimization Design Drawings Final Models Reports CAD Presentation Communication

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FORM & SPACE Exterior Form & Interior Space CONTEXT Site NEED Program Concept Solution Site Climate Building Sun Wind Topography & Soil Shape & Dimensions Surroundings & View Sand Forms Colors Height Functions User Client Areas Relationships Spaces Number Socio-Cultural Vision Proportion Size Scale Rhythm Idea Metaphor Analogy Elements Principles Volumes Symmetry Sketches Drawings Details Asymmetry Balance Texture Color Humidity Gender Budget Schedule Shapes Unity The Concept Variety Organization Material Models Renderings Animations Structure Technical Roads & Access Temperature Symbolism Activities Equipment Cultural Context

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) The Owner's (client/user) decisions that lead to the decision to build, resulting in the need to commission the services of an Architect .

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES 2 ) Architectural marketing by the architect to identify markets, assess client needs, obtain commissions and produce profits .

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES 3) The meaning of professional ethics and the standards of professional conduct required of architects in the practice of architecture .

Joining a professional society means subscribing to that society's ethical standards.:

Joining a professional society means subscribing to that society's ethical standards . PROFESSIONAL ETHICS

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES 4) The relevance of the public health, safety, and welfare in establishing the laws, regulations, and legislation affecting architectural practice.

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES 5) The basis for Licensing and the qualifications to enter the profession through licensure.

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES 6 ) The Building Enterprise : including project delivery options

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES 7) The contractual arrangements and scope of activities involved in the "typical" architectural project.

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES 8 ) The documentation required to render "reasonable" competent and responsible professional services and methods of risk management .

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES 9) The forms of practice business organization and contractual arrangements .

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES 10 ) Building economics and financial management to the extent necessary for their application to the architectural project delivery process .

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Bidding and Negotiation

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES 11) The basis for professional compensation and how to determine what architects must charge for their services.

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Services and Compensation

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Services and Compensation The are two fools in every market; one asks too little , one asks too much . Russian proverb

Knowledge and Understanding:

Knowledge and Understanding Lectures , activities and assignments are designed to encourage an awareness and basic knowledge of : the nature of design practice , business and professional roles , organizational frameworks , management and legal procedures , business and project-based activities , in order to further develop and apply this knowledge in graduates early working lives .

Skills:

Skills The continuing development of good professional , inter-personal and communication skills is widely recognized as important for all graduates, plus: 1- Develop a basic understanding of the scope of professional practice 2- Understand the building procurement process 3- Acquired knowledge and skills sufficient for early stages of directed activity in an existing design practice , including the ability to design and document projects

Skills:

Skills 4- Developed intellectual and creative approaches and adaptability to form a basis for continued learning and development throughout professional life 5- Communicating – the communication and documentation of designs for presentation to clients and other stakeholders, and for construction; the preparation of professional reports 6- Managing – the management and operation of a design practice 7- Professional ethics , environmental sustainability , cultural, social, economic responsibilities of the design professions 8- The recognition of the contribution of the design professions to society

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Mobile Phones Cell phone use is not allowed . M ake sure that you turn it off in class. No calls or messages should be placed from mobile phones during class time, and no calls should be received during class time . Use of mobile phones during classes will not be tolerated .

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Interruptions Interruptions in class , including distractions (gestures and noises), talking between students, and general inattentiveness during lecture or class discussions will not be tolerated .

Thank you.:

Thank you . Dr. Yasser Mahgoub

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