- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
- Specialist wikis
Last edited 15 Feb 2021
Specification for Discoverable Construction Knowledge - knowledge types
The Discoverable Construction Knowledge specification was launched by the Construction Knowledge Task Group (CKTG) on 27 August 2020. It is a common standard for the way construction knowledge is described that makes it easier to identify the right knowledge in every situation.
One of the fields defined by the specification is knowledge types, which it classifies as:
- Educational and Training
- Research, Development and Innovation
- Product Knowledge
- Project Knowledge
- Case Law
The specification is free to access, and is available at: https://app.standardsrepo.com/CKTG/MakingConstructionKnowledgeDiscoverable/src/branch/master/1
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