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Temporary Demountable Structures. Are Expectations of Performance too Great?

Construction Minister Nick Raynsford took time out from his busy schedule to kick the event off. Congratulating the IStructE for producing the guide, he remarked; ‘This is quite an achievement, considering that the document is intended to serve a wide range of interested parties, including the event organisers, venue owners, local authorities, contractors and suppliers of demountable structures. Kathy Stansfield

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