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Designing Buildings Wiki Case Studies
For more information and to find out how Designing Buildings Wiki can help your business connect your PR and marketing messages to the construction industry please contact Simon Baxter at uk [email protected]uk or ring Simon on 01243 389071 / 07753600031.
Cadline run a series of user conferences and used a site wide MPU on the Designing Buildings Wiki site as part of their campaign to create awareness and to attract potential delegates to the Cadline information and registration page on their new website.
CFA ran the launch campaign for the British Sprinkler Alliance's report 'The impact of automatic sprinklers on building design.' The objectives were to create awareness of the report and encourage people to visit the British Sprinkler Alliance's website and download the report. As part of the campaign the report was broken down into a series of bitesize articles which were published on the Designing Buildings Wiki site and promoted in our featured article section.
The 5 articles have received 755 views in the first six weeks with an average view time of 2 minutes. David Ing of CFA commented 'This looks great. Just shown it to the client and they are delighted.'
Profile and articles for the BSA campaign:
- Profile : British Sprinkler Alliance
- Case study A for offices to show where automatic sprinklers have the greatest impact
- Design benefits of automatic sprinkler systems granted under approved document B
- Overview of automatic sprinkler system design and operation
- The cost efficiency of different combinations of fire protection measures
- The impact of automatic sprinklers on building design
--Simon Baxter 11:11, 26 Oct 2017 (BST)
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