Changing places The AJ readers' visit to BSRIA demonstrated that the future is nearer than we think and gave an insight into its technologies
Now that issues such as whole-life costing are so prevalent, a remark made during an aj readers' visit to the Building Services Research and Information Association (bsria) should strike a chord. 'Some people who came to us for quotes said we were too expensive,' said bsria's Mike Smith, 'Now they are involved in litigation.'
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