Service phases according to HOAI
As phases the individual planning portions of the overall performance of an architect or & engineer in the development of building projects. These planning services in the construction industry are to be remunerated in Germany according to the fee schedule for architects and engineers (HOAI). In the HOAI, a certain proportion of the total fee is assigned to the individual service phases in each service profile.
Object and specialist planning
For the service DIN 276 .planning, the buildings and interiors , facilities , engineering structures and traffic facilities within the meaning of HOAI (2013 version) as well as the specialist planning, the structural planning and technical equipment within the meaning of HOAI (2013 version) are defined in nine service phases. This corresponds to the HOAI in the 2009 version (as was also the case before, see also, for example, the HOAI Service Profile Object Planning for Buildings, Outdoor Facilities and Space-Forming Extensions in the 2002 version). The cost determination to be carried out during the property and specialist planning, which is detailed with each stage, is described in
- LP 1 : Basic determination with examination of the budget by the client
- LP 2 : Pre-planning with cost estimation
- LP 3 : Draft planning including cost calculation
- LP 4 : Approval planning
- LP 5 : Implementation planning
- LP 6 : Preparation of tender , including determining the amounts and putting up verpreisten bills ( estimate , LV)
- LP 7 : “ Participation in the award ” includes the coordination of the award process and the comparison of the cost estimate (tender results) with the specifications of the services priced by the planner or the cost calculation
- LP 8 : Site supervision - construction supervision and documentation
- LP 9 : Property management including warranty tracking
The HOAI names the fee share of the individual work phases in the total planning work in percent. In the appendices to the service profiles, basic services and special services for each service phase are also named. However, no fee components are assigned to the individual services. In the specialist literature, non-binding information can be found in tabular form for a more detailed breakdown of the fee for the planning services.
|Performance phase||designation||Buildings (§ 34)||Interiors (§ 34)||Outdoor facilities (§ 39)||Engineering structures (§ 43)||Traffic facilities (Section 47)||Structural planning (§ 51)||Technical equipment (§ 55)|
|4th||Approval planning||3%||2%||4%||8th %||8th %||30%||2%|
|6th||Preparation of the award||10%||7%||7%||10%||10%||2%||7%|
|7th||Participation in the award||4%||3%||3%||4%||4%||-||5%|
|8th||Property supervision - construction supervision and documentation||32%||32%||30%||15%||15%||-||35%|
|9||Property management||2%||2%||2%||1 %||1 %||-||1 %|
For the service profiles of the urban land-use planning, i.e. the land use plan and development plan within the meaning of HOAI (2013 version), three service phases are defined:
- LP 1 : Preliminary draft for early participation
- LP 2 : Draft for public display
- LP 3 : Resolution plan
For performance images of landscape planning, so the landscape plan , green area plan , landscape master plan , landscape conservation plan and management plan within the meaning offour phases are defined HOAI (version 2013):
- LP 1 : Clarifying the task and determining the scope of services
- LP 2 : preliminary version
- LP 3 : Resolution plan
- LP 4 : Coordinated version
The service phases and their designation are used to determine the fee according to HOAI and are only used specifically in this context; other terms are often used in everyday language by property and specialist planners:
- LP 0 : Requirements planning is only mentioned in the HOAI as a preliminary service, but is seen as essential by many planners and project managers.
- LP 1 to LP 3 are usually summarized under the term draft .
- LP 5 : The execution planning is often called work planning in building construction (not to be confused with the work and assembly planning of construction companies).
- LP 6 to LP 7 are often dealt with under the terms tender (with prior determination of quantities ) and award.
- LP 8 is generally referred to as site management . This includes u. a. The payroll audit and driving a work register .
- HOAI § 34, page 28 Ordinance on Fees for Architectural and Engineering Services (Fee Regulations for Architects and Engineers - HOAI), Federal Council, printed matter 334/13, May 24, 2013 (PDF; 1,690 kB)
- HOAI - unofficial table of contents. In: gesetze-im-internet.de. Retrieved December 20, 2019 .
- HOAI § 3, page 7 Ordinance on fees for architectural and engineering services (fee regulations for architects and engineers - HOAI), Federal Council, printed matter 395/09, April 30, 2009 (PDF; 627 kB)
- HOAI § 15 Project planning for buildings, outdoor facilities and space-forming extensions .
- DIN 276 costs in construction . Beuth, December 2018, p. 8-11 .
- TSP - Tables, evaluation of services and extended fee tables for architectural and engineering services , publisher: TSP Theißen Stollhoff & Partner Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft, 2nd edition 2010
- User-oriented requirements planning . 2nd Edition. Springer Vieweg, 2019, ISBN 978-3-662-58651-8 , pp. 11 .