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Research Matters!... Partners in Technology

Partners in technology (PIT) is a collaborative research, technology and development scheme, within the Department of the Environment’s Construction research programme; its objectives are to: (1) develop and advance current best practice (based on research in all aspects of construction, particularly in critical and emerging fields) and to make this available in authoritative documents, and (2) encourage the successful exploitation of new ideas in the construction sector to enhance competitiveness and sustainable development. It is somewhat different from other schemes in that its emphasis is on the needs of practitioners and clients. S.M. Doran