Paul Hyett PRIBA
Architects are currently witnessing the biggest changes to practice and construction seen in decades. There are new forms of contract; there is new legislation; we have been exposed to Latham and Egan; we see the ARB being transformed from a registration board to a regulatory authority; and we see a government, albeit Labour, increasingly committed to procuring our state infrastructure - whether schools, hospitals or prisons - through designand-build, framework agreements and Private ...
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