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Last edited 09 Oct 2017
In its widest sense, the term 'programme' refers to a series of interrelated projects that may be carried out repeatedly or continuously in order to support an ongoing process. For more information see: Project v programme.
However, in the construction industry, the term 'programme' typically refers to the sequence in which a series of tasks must be carried out so that a project (or part of a project) can be completed.
Articles on Designing Buildings Wiki about programmes include:
- Accepted programme.
- Activity schedule.
- Contractor's master programme.
- Contractor's working schedule.
- Design programme.
- Information release schedule.
- Programme for building design and construction (project programme).
- Short period programme.
- Tender works programme.
See also: Schedule.
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