The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 74 (1996) > Issues > Issue 11 > BRE's Present and Future Role
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BRE's Present and Future Role

‘The Building Research Establishment’s (BRE’s) main role is to advise and carry out research for Government, principally the Department of the Environment (DOE), on technical aspects of buildings and other forms of construction, all aspects of fire, and environmental issues related to buildings’. B.W. Smith