- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
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BSRIA announce support for Designing Buildings Wiki
On 18 November 2014, BSRIA announced that they were joining the family of industry sponsors supporting Designing Buildings Wiki.
BSRIA is a non-profit distributing, member-based association, with a mission ‘to make buildings better...’ by enabling ‘…the building services and construction industries and their clients to enhance the value of the built environment, by improving the quality of their products and services, the efficiency of their provision and the effectiveness of their operation.’
Its services include:
- Design support.
- Construction compliance.
- Facilities management support.
- Instrument solutions.
- Market intelligence and management consultancy.
Jayne Sunley, Information & Knowledge Manager at BSRIA said: "As digital working becomes a solid part of the industry, people want free and easily accessible information. Designing Buildings Wiki has an invaluable role to play in this digital revolution as a provider of innovative and relevant information, from the industry, for the industry."
David Trench CBE, Chairman of Designing Buildings Wiki, said: “Designing Buildings Wiki has been created to break down some of the barriers which exist in the construction industry, and to make comprehensive knowledge available to everyone, in one place, free of charge. Everyone can help achieve this goal simply by sharing what they know. We are delighted that BSRIA are joining our family of high-profile supporters. Their knowledge and experience will be an invaluable resource, and their vision of a better industry is one that closely matches our own.”
Designing Buildings Wiki is supported by:
- BRE Trust.
- Buro Happold.
- Development Securities PLC.
- Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.
- The Chartered Institute of Building.
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