Digital PDF download
£225 plus VAT
Benchmark your performance: how do you compare with others on a range of measures including fee revenues, profits, costs and staffing?
The 2022 edition of Architects Performance will show you how much practices similar to yours are earning. Discover average fee earnings per practice, per Principal and per head of staff. Compare your profits and costs with other practices.
Data is presented per practice and per Principal for the full range of practice sizes. Plus, there’s quality information on the architectural market, types of jobs, market sectors, and staffing ratios.
For each statistic, firms are compared by size. We explore recent changes in fee earnings - how do you compare? The tables in these reports show key financial and staffing benchmarks for Architects, based on the returns received from several hundred architectural practices across the UK. Quartiles, as well as averages, provide evidence of the range in fee earnings, costs and profits.
The analysis shows:
Current performance - practice fee earnings; staff costs, other costs, profits, profits as a per cent of turnover; staffing ratios; composition of fee earnings; involvement in market sectors; average job size; market size; market shares.
Past trends - costs & profits, staffing numbers; market size; market shares; workloads; regional changes.
Available to download in PDF format.
VAT will be added to the publication price.
Once you have paid for your purchase, you will be given a link from where you can download the report.
Please be aware that you may share the PDF report with others in your office but please do not pass the file on to anyone outside your office. To prevent unauthorised copying or distribution, we discretely 'stamp' each page with your email address.
The market in context
Market share by practice size
Market share by region
Architects' practice turnover
Composition of turnover
2: Costs and Profits
Costs and profits for architectural practices
3: Performance Indicators
Per head indicators
4: Projects and Services
Turnover from market sectors
Involvement from market sectors
Size and contract type of jobs
Incremental staffing measures
Trends in staffing numbers