After 18 months of anecdotal evidence that Movement For Innovation (M 4I) demonstration projects are speedy, cost-effective and defect-free, the supporting figures were revealed at the M 4I annual conference at Interbuild this week. The 1999 figures tell us that 62 per cent of M 4Iprojects met (or beat) their construction cost targets as opposed to an industry-wide figure of 45 per cent, and 68 per cent were completed on time, compared with 62 per cent of projects across the industry.There ...
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