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Understanding current business and built environment themes is essential for today's organisations and professionals.
Knowing where to start can be confusing, but this blog can provide a no nonsense awareness to what matters today.
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Monthly Archives: November 2008
Paul at ExtranetEvolution AEC conferences, content and ‘unconferences’and Jodie at I have no opinion world architecture festival have commented recently on the low awareness and application of web technologies in the AEC and conference world. As one would expect following … Continue reading
So I hear that BREEAM is to be pronounced as in the fish not as some 1950’s airline (BREE-AM). When did this happen – and is it a clever piece of viral marketing to give BREEAM a lift? BREAM is … Continue reading
As I was delivering a bid to win workshop yesterday we covered the issue of project prices and costs, and as usual had the debate about the high cost of low price. The trick is to break the cycle of … Continue reading
Waste and recycling minister Jane Kennedy has revealed that tackling business waste is to be a “top priority” as reported on http://www.letsrecycle.com Ms Kennedy explained that the Government would now develop proposals aimed at supporting businesses to look at ways … Continue reading
Fellow bloggers Phil at ZeroChampion and Adrian at McFilter have commented recently on the feedback from their EPC (Energy Performance Certificates) assessments and made the observation that the recommendations do nothing more than suggest low energy lighting. I hear the … Continue reading