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Last edited 12 Dec 2017
NBS stands for National Building Specification. Based in in Newcastle upon Tyne, the NBS has been creating specification products for over 40 years. Its products include the national standard specification system for the UK which was launched in 1973 and describes the materials, standards and workmanship for construction projects. NBS specification products now cover building construction, engineering services and landscape design.
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