The Building Team and the Design Process

Part of the Macmillan Building and Surveying Series book series


This chapter extends the general background to the quantity surveyor’s work by describing the various members of the building team and their interrelationships, the part played by the relevant professional bodies, the design process and the quantity surveyor’s role within it.


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© Ivor H. Seeley 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.NottinghamUK

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