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Business Practice Note No. 24: How to prepare a robust specification and reduce risks – especially when re-using a previous specification

Steve Williams provides guidance on preparing a robust specification and explains why over-reliance on specifications from previous designs imports risks to projects. Steve discusses how to reduce or eliminate those risks, to improve quality, efficiency and safety.

Author(s): S. Williams