BBA’s Claire Curtis-Thomas Shares Enthusiasm for Innovation
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A Healthy Enthusiasm for Innovation With a need for design strategies that will manage future trends and drivers affecting the energy performance of buildings, it’s naturally important that buildings of the future are not only low-energy and sustainable but also capable of responding to future changes, whether in relation to climate, technology, social or regulatory influences. At this year’s BRUFMA conference, Claire Curtis-Thomas, Chief Executive of The British Board of Agrément (BBA), will be looking at the country’s commitment to continuous innovation and development throughout the construction industry with her talk Glorious and persistent innovation – business as usual for the construction products sector. Privileged Position The BBA is in a very privileged position, witnessing as it does innovation within every sector
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