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Bond Bryan Architects join the BSF debate

Bond Bryan MD Jonathan Herbert has released a comment stating his views on the highly publicised BSF debate. It reads as follows: "Ruth Read is correct; BSF work does not guarantee a profit and we are all forced to play by the rules it imposes. Michael Gove is also correct that the BSF programme is longwinded and wasteful. Bidding for work actually costs contractors a small fortune; architects lose money engaging in the same bidding processes over many months hoping for the reward of a commission. As BSF is one of the few shows in town everyone in the construction industry goes along with it. If Michael Gove wants to know how to procure schools efficiently and how architects can add serious value to learning environments, I can be with him in two and a half hours."

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