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BSRIA and Designing Buildings Wiki are launching an open competition calling for ideas that will make buildings perform better. The competition is simple to enter: the organisers are just looking for ideas that might only take a paragraph, or even a sentence, to explain.
The winner will receive £500 worth of BSRIA membership, training or publications, and along with four runners-up, will be featured in the July edition of Delta T and on Designing Buildings Wiki.
Jayne Sunley, Information Manager, BSRIA, says: “BSRIA is delighted to launch this competition with Designing Buildings Wiki. BSRIA has been a sponsor of the Wiki for just over a year now and we’re excited to take this partnership one step further in finding ways in which we can ensure a sustainable built environment. BSRIA’s mission statement is ‘making buildings better’ and we feel strongly about enabling the industry to enhance the value of the built environment.
“In terms of better building performance we’ve worked hard to develop and promote our Soft Landings process to change industry best practice and ensure performance of a building is at the forefront of the project from the very beginning. We’re hoping this competition will lead to similar industry-changing processes.”
To enter, visit the website: Wiki make buildings better competition
The competition closes on Wednesday 18 May.