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New Construction Strategy welcomed by BSRIA

BSRIA has welcomed the Government's Construction Strategy and is encouraged by the move towards a more integrated way of working, away from lump sum tenders.
The research organisation says it is delighted to see the Government acknowledge the role it can have in good construction performance.

Commenting on the review, Andrew Eastwell, chief executive at BSRIA, said: 'We welcome the call for clients to issue briefs that concentrate on required performance and operational outcomes, and also the alignment of interest between those who design and construct and those who occupy and manage. It is crucial that lowering first costs does not compromise long term cost effectiveness and processes such as Soft Landings provide a ready- made template for industry to use.'

The strategy document is just one of a number of reports from the Government that are expected this year, following the appointment of Paul Morrell as construction adviser. Mr Eastwell added: 'We look forward to seeing more government support that will stimulate the development of efficient, integrated working.'

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1 June 2011


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