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01 May 2014 | by NBS
Approved Document Part L Conservation of fuel and power has been updated. The latest – 2013 – versions came into force in April 2014 and this programme gives you a heads-up on some of the key technical changes.
30 April 2014 | by NBS
This is a studio interview referencing a number of contracts BUT because of the level of complexity, detail and range, we will only look at some of the headline issues while recommending that people refer to NBS and the documents themselves. This programme will be a potential taster.
30 April 2014 | by NBS
This programme will allow leading legal commentators to explain the finer points and lessons learned in recent legal cases.
01 January 2014 | by Dr Stephen Hamil
Dr Stephen Hamil's presentation on BIM in action given at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers conference in November 2013.
22 December 2013 | by NBS
Faster. Cheaper. Fairer? Adjudication explained - Part 1: Start, appointment, Referral Notice and timetable
Part 1 of the programme will deal with the start of the Adjudication, the appointment of the Adjudicator and the Referral Notice and timetable.
Faster. Cheaper. Fairer? Adjudication explained - Part 2: Responding party's response, adjudicator's decision and enforcement
Part 2 of the programme will deal with the responding party’s Response, the Adjudicator’s decision and enforcement.
This programme is an employment seminar by way of role play. It shows a director conducting a performance management hearing, which leads to an employee being disciplined for poor performance.
20 November 2013 | by NBS
The programme speaks to a number of architects about their anecdotes and advice about dealing with or moving to China.
19 November 2013 | by NBS
01 November 2013 | by NBS
15 October 2013 | by NBS
The 2013 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, by architect Sou Fujimoto, is a metallic mesh of 27,000 bits of steel joined together to give the impression of a light, cloud-like structure. In this programme we talk to the AECOM engineers that worked alongside Fujimoto to help realise his design. We learn why the architect’s original designs had to be rapidly rationalised and how an exceedingly tight schedule ultimately dictated the final design and how it was built.