TOP 10 for the week ending 17th May 2014

by Bregs Blog admin team


TOP 10 most-read posts for the week ending 17th May 2014

In case you missed them here are a few of the most popular posts from the past week. “Commencement notices fall” is essential reading for contractors and members of CIF in particular. This current alarming fall of -75% in commencement notices will indicate a significant hole in tenders approaching in the next 3-4 months. The first 4 posts (post 1, 2 & 3 etc) in our series comment upon recent draft BC(A)R documentation issued by both the RIAI and ACEI- very legible and clear analysis of the issues relevant to each position from the perspective of a registered architect. The Law Society update is essential reading, and will be the subject of a number of posts looking into individual aspects of this legal information. If you have 50 minutes free over the weekend put on the radio clip from the Joe Duffy show to listen to two past presidents of the RIAI discuss BC(A)R SI.9.

Many thanks to readers- we are approaching a new milestone of 75,000 views!

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Dáil Debate 27th May on Architectural Technologists: help needed!

Commencement notices fall: BC(A)R SI.9

Post 1: Architect’s Ancillary Cert (Design & Completion)

RIAI advice to Practices on BC(A)R SI.9

Specialist Certifier 3- SURVEYOR: Questions and Answers

RTÉ Radio: self-builders & RIAI past presidents Collins + O’Cofaigh

Post 2: Architect’s Ancillary Cert (Inspection)

Post 3: Ancillary Completion Cert – Inspection (by others)

Law Society of Ireland Update on BC(A)R SI.9

SPOT THE DIFFERENCE- Local Authority advice