Nigel Ostime\

Nigel leads our Project Delivery team alongside a focus on Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA).

He led the development of the 2nd edition of the DfMA Overlay to the RIBA Plan of Work, published in September 2021, and currently leads the Design Integration workstream at the Offsite Alliance.

Nigel also chairs the RIBA Client Liaison Group, which provides an interface between the institute and client representative bodies and lectures on practice management at the AA, Bartlett, Cambridge, Manchester and Westminster schools of architecture.

As an author, he has published a number of books including the RIBA Job Book, the Handbook of Practice Management, the Small Projects Handbook and A Client’s Guide to Engaging an Architect. He contributed a chapter to Defining Contemporary Professionalism and developed the RIBA Briefing Template and Tracker and the RIBA Quality Management System.

He regularly speaks at conferences and contributes to various trade journals on a range of topics.

Nigel is a keen road cyclist and can be seen tackling the ‘cols’ of Hertfordshire at weekends and riding his beloved fixie to work each day.

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