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The Theatres Trust - Planning A Capital Project

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The Theatres Trust - Planning A Capital Project

Time: January 21, 2015 all day
Location: The Theatres Trust
Street: 22 Charing Cross Road
City/Town: London, WC2H 0QL
Website or Map: http://www.theatrestrust.org.…
Event Type: seminar, london, building operations
organised by: The Theatres Trust
Latest Activity: Nov 5, 2014

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Capital projects require careful planning to ensure success. Using case studies of recent capital projects, you will gain an overall understanding of what is involved in planning a capital project for a theatre and the confidence to lead one.

Suitable for: Those responsible for the overall management of theatres of any size considering a capital project but yet to make a start.

Content: As well as the opportunity to work on your own capital plans, there will be case studies from recent capital projects and the opportunity to hear from others who have gone through the process. Please note this course will focus on the earlier stages of a capital project (especially RIBA design Stages 1-3), with the later stages being covered in the Delivering a Capital Project course.

Learning outcomes
By the end of the day you will:
• understand the role of options appraisals and feasibility studies to inform decision making;
• go through the earlier RIBA Plan of Work design stages and their use in the development of your capital project;
• have an overview of the different roles required to develop and manage a successful project;
• gain a realistic understanding of timescales, budgets and appointment processes.

For more information, and to book, please visit the event website.

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