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Roles and Responsibilities Under the BPF System

In 198l , Martin Barnes Project Management was appointed to design, from first principles, a radical new method for commissioning the design and construction of buildings. The British Property Federation, representing the majority of private developers, were concerned that building in the UK took too long, cost too much, and did not always produce creditable results. They wanted a system which they could trust and which would provide them with value for money. A.S. White and M. Barnes