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A Recipe For Disaster- A Design Risk Assessment In Ten

Russell Fox / January 2017
For any and all design elements of the project,

  1. List all the essential elements the project requires.
  2. Mark as a risk, all those elements that the client brief has not asked for.
  3. Mark as mitigated, all those risks that the client brief has asked for.
  4. Add to the list all additional requirements of the local authority.
  5. Add to the list all ‘wish list’ items of the client.
  6. Do your best to mitigate all risks by engineering or pass on as managable.
  7. Review the risk register before tender.
  8. Add to the list all items omitted during the Value Engineering exercise.
  9. Add to the list all items omitted by the contractor.
  10. Review the risk register during construction.

Don’t forget to include time and cost as risk items.

 
by

Russell Fox
Chartered Electrical Engineer
B.Eng.(Hons), C.Eng., MIET, CPEng(Aust), MIEAust, NPER.
 

Risk disclaimer note: This is a system that I have found works for myself. This should be adapted to suit individuals, company requirements and projects etc., etc., etc., the editor of this article carries no responsibility risk for its use and implementation.
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