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Building Industry Council - New Hope for the Future

Most of the Institution’s membership in Britain works in the building industry, but has always felt itself to be only a section, albeit an important one, of that service to society. We have always believed that, if we spent less money on expensive infighting between the professions and more on trying to achieve united action, we would be better rewarded. There are many areas of collaboration which would be worthwhile. It was with this in mind that the Building Industry Liaison Committee was formed under the chairmanship of Clifford Evans (Past President) some years ago.