Last edited 05 Apr 2021

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Designing Buildings Wiki is the construction industry knowledge base, used by 8.5 million people a year to share articles about products, services, processes and best practice. Our users are construction professionals looking for knowledge to help them in their work.

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[edit] User breakdown

The breakdown of our registered users is shown below:

Designers 31%
Other consultants 24%
Students 14%
Contractors 7%
Others 24%

[edit] Categories traffic

Subject area Category Percentage of total traffic
Project activities Appointments 7.7
BIM 2.7
Client procedures 8.3
Contracts / payment 25.9
Construction management 24.1
Construction techniques 13.4
Cost / business planning 14.1
Design 24.6
Procurement 26.6
Products / components 14.9
Property development 4.7
Public procedures 3.9
Roles / services 6.5
Legislaton and standards Case law 1.0
Health and safety / CDM 7.4
Other legislation 6.7
Planning permission 4.3
Policy 2.2
Property law 2.9
Regulations 6.7
Standards / measurements 8.6
Sustainability 5.0
Taxation 1.4
Industry context Conservation 2.1
Education 0.5
History 3.3
International 2.4
Organisations 1.5
Projects and case studies 2.9
Publications / reports 2.0
Research / innovation 1.7
Theory 6.2

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