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Grenfell Tower inquiry turns down RIBA's offer to help

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I am an Architectural Technologist and I too am disappointed that neither a technologist or architect is included within the Expert Witnesses or Assessors. I also applied for CP status as an individual, but was refused. Key professional institutions such as RIBA have much to offer the Inquiry and from a different perspective to engineers and fire specialists, and are therefore in a position to make a valuable contribution as to what went wrong. As an professionally practicing individual, I have been carrying out some research and have produced some reports for the Inquiry - so there are ways of doing things - but like RIBA and others involved in the architecture profession, I would have preferred to have seen formal inclusion. The issues being investigated are important and will have an impact on our professional lives, as well as those of our clients

Posted date

22 November, 2017

Posted time

9:42 am

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