ASSAEL CHARITY CHALLENGE
London-based Assael Architecture has challenged Britain's practices to raise money for the Architects Benevolent Society. It has raised £310 for the trust by encouraging every architect, technician and student in its office to donate £10, and it has challenged other firms to follow suit. Donations can be sent to Assael Challenge, the ABS, Freepost 17 Lon/20258, London W1E 1AB. For a profile of new ABS business development manager Norman Webster, see page 18.
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