The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 91 (2013) > Issues > Issue 3 > Project design – turning theory into practice: Profitability and the ‘12 minute principle'
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Project design – turning theory into practice: Profitability and the ‘12 minute principle'

Andrew Briggs considers the impact that short periods of inefficient working can have on a design company’s profit margin.

Author(s): Andrew Briggs (University of Strathclyde)