life cycle

stages and activities spanning the life of the system from the definition of its requirements to the
termination of its use, covering its conception, development, operation, maintenance support and disposal

NOTE 1 Adapted from IEC 61508 and ISO/IEC 15288:2008, definition 4.10.
NOTE 2 Adapted from ISO/TR 18529:2000, Clause 3.

PD ISO/TS 12911:2012


RIBA Plan Of Work 2020

  • 0 – Strategic Definition
  • 1 – Preparation and Briefing
  • 2 – Concept Design
  • 3 – Spatial Coordination
  • 4 – Technical Design
  • 5 – Manufacturing and Construction
  • 6 – Handover
  • 7 – Use

BS 8536-1:2015 & BS 8536-2:2016 Work Stages

  • 0 – Strategy
  • 1 – Brief
  • 2 – Concept
  • 3 – Definition
  • 4 – Design
  • 5 – Construct and Commission
  • 6 – Handover and Closeout
  • 7 – Operation and End of Life

Life cycle stages in ISO 22263

Pre-life cycle stages

  • Inception – 0 – Portfolio requirements
  • Brief – 1 – Conception of need
  • Brief – 2 – Outline feasibility
  • Brief – 3 – Substantive feasibility

Pre-Construction stages

  • Design – 4 – Outline conceptual design
  • Design – 5 – Full conceptual design
  • Design – 6 – Coordinated design (and procurement)

Construction stages

  • Production – 7 – Production Information
  • Production – 8 – Construction

Post-construction stages

Maintenance – 9 – Operation and maintenance

Demolition – 10 – Disposal

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