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RIAI Launches Printed Edition of the Good Practice Guide
RIAI President David Browne launched, on 23 August, the new printed edition of the Good Practice Guide, the key RIAI publication providing guidance to Members on running projects and practices. The Good Practice Guide has evolved over recent years and is primarily an online tool, however a printed edition is now available from the RIAI Bookshop. The 6th edition of the guide is the most interactive edition to-date, offering substantial Appendices with key documents used in the practice of architecture available to download. The 6th edition of the Good Practice Guide also offers a wealth of updated technical information and the entire document is fully searchable for advice relating to wide range of areas in architectural practice.
The printed edtion of the RIAI Good Practice Guide is available to order online from the RIAI Bookshop.
RIAI Council elected to dedicate this edition to the memory of architect Brian Kavanagh, FRIAI, who passed away last October. Brian was a member of the RIAI from the 1981 and his contribution to the RIAI spanned the 38 years of his membership. He was involved in all aspects of the Institutes work, including as an RIAI Council Member; Director of RIAI Insurance Services; Chair of the Practice Committee (2007-2010); Member of the Liaison Committee; and Chair RIAI Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee. The Good Practice Guide was launched in the presence of Brian Kavanagh’s family and close colleagues and friends.
The Good Practice Guide is kindly supported by KBC Business Banking.