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Last edited 13 Oct 2021
Energy and Carbon Reporting Framework, Operational Energy and Carbon Information Exchanges for Government Soft Landings, published by the Construction Innovation Hub in October 2021, defines pitstopping as: ‘A BSRIA methodology for risk assessment of a small number of asset items that are crucial to outcome performance.'
For more information see BSRIA publication BG27:2011. https://www.bsria.com/uk/product/vBLg3D/pitstopping_bsrias_reality_checking_process_for_soft_landings_bg_272011_a15d25e1/
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