BSRIA joins the sponsors of Designing Buildings Wiki
Published:  04 December, 2014

BSRIA has joined other leading organisations in supporting Designing Buildings Wiki as a positive and practical way of ensuring that the industry has access to the latest information and guides to best practice. It is an integrated, collaborative open-source knowledge base that provides over 1700 articles covering everything from Soft Landings to concept structural design.

As a sponsor, BSRIA is contributing its own content and encouraging BSRIA members to get involved.

Jayne Sunley, BSRIA’s information and knowledge manager, says, ‘As digital working becomes a solid part of the industry, people want free and easily accessible information. Designing Buildings Wiki has an invaluable role to play in this digital revolution as a provider of innovated and relevant information from the industry for the industry.’




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