Building Information Modelling (BIM) presentation
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7 shortlistings in LABC Building Excellence Awards
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Construction Industry Council launch BIM4SME
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We are a North West Regional Construction Award finalist
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Deeside Leisure Centre features in March edition of Leisure Design and Build magazine
Martin Bransby, Director at Pozzoni, is featured in this months edition (March 2013) of Leisure...
Rochdale Borough Awards commendation
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Pozzoni confirmed for CIH Housing Exhibition 2013
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NW RICS 2013 awards shortlisting
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BIM gains momentum - NW CIC BIM Hub Chair appointed
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Care Management Matters features Conference write up
28 March 2011
The April 2011 edition of Care Management Matters features an article in the Conferences reviewed section about the Pozzoni Conference recently held at the National Motorcycle museum in February.
The article talks through the differing themes that emerged from each contributer and how it offered a great opportunity to hear what is going on in different countries, lessons to be learnt and good practice to consider.
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