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Success Criteria for Soft Landings Projects (BG74/2019)

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This guide provides a simple and structured approach for setting success criteria on Soft Landings projects. It is aimed at clients and client advisers to enable them to identify success criteria and to help them to achieve those criteria at the end of the project.

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Overview

Success criteria are the requirements set at the beginning of a project, against which the project will be evaluated at key stages to decide whether or not it has been successful from the key stakeholders’ point of view.

This guide provides a simple and structured approach for setting success criteria on Soft Landings projects. It is aimed at clients and client advisers to enable them to identify success criteria and to help them to achieve those criteria at the end of the project.

Soft Landings aims to underpin the delivery of better buildings by establishing the client’s key performance outcome requirements at the start of a project and ensuring the delivery team maintain their focus on those throughout the project from inception to completion and beyond. More information about Soft Landings can be found in the Soft Landings Framework and at www.softlandings.co.uk.


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You can buy this guide as part of our Soft Landings Set of 7 that contains 

  • Soft Landings and Government Soft Landings (BG 61/2015)
  • How to Procure Soft Landings - specification and supporting guidance for clients, consultants and contractors (BG 45/2014)
  • The Soft Landings Core Principles (BG 38/2018)
  • Soft Landings Framework 2018 (BG 54/2018)
  • Pitstopping - BSRIA's reality checking process for Soft Landings (BG 27/2011)
  • Success Criteria for Soft Landings (BG 74/2019)
  • Soft Landings Case Studies 2019 (BG77/2019)

Product details

  • Published: May 2019
  • Publisher: BSRIA
  • Author: Martin Roncerey
  • IBSN: 978-0-86022-768-7