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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: February 2017
Delighted to have participated in the excellent More | Better – an evaluation of the potential of alternative approaches to inform housing delivery in Wales report by Ed Green and others at Cardiff University. The compelling More | Better report, … Continue reading
Alison Nicholls, Associate Director, Constructing Excellence, put together the following, excellent summary of the recent Heathy Buildings and Wellness event held on the 31st January 2017. The event was hosted Aecom at their Aldgate Tower offices, designed to meet the very latest standards … Continue reading
With the regions transformational City Deal now getting into swing there will be ‘blooming’ opportunities for those in the Lancashire built environment sector over the coming months and years. And Constructing Excellence, through its Lancashire and Regional Clubs is well … Continue reading
Delighted that this blog, Fairsnape iSite, that started its life in ten years ago in Jan 2007 has once again been recognised through nomination to the 8th Annual JDR Industry Blogger Awards. Watch this space as canvassing for votes starts in March. … Continue reading
Every built environment organisation should read the independent investigative report into Edinburgh school collapse and closures. Specifically the 40 recommendations(1) made in the report, from procurement to information sharing to training and inspections. This is basic QA gone wrong throughout the … Continue reading