Small practices squeezed out in procurement shake-up
Changes in the way public sector buildings are procured have had a devastating effect on small practices, figures to be released by the RIBA later this month will show. Egan-inspired methods of selecting architects and contractors for jobs such as schools and doctors' surgeries have sent the proportion of public-sector work managed by small practices tumbling to just 6 per cent.
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