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Construction 2025 is a publication released in July 2013, a result of collaboration between the Construction Industry and the UK Government.

Drawing on research published in the 1994 Latham Report and the 1998 Egan Report, Construction 2025 is the latest attempt to encourage the construction industry to become more sustainable, eliminate waste and ultimately offer better value buildings. The report highlights 4 ambitious targets:
1. 33% reduction in the initial cost of construction and the whole-life costs of built assets
2. 50% reduction in the overall construction time
3. 50% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions
4. 50% reduction in the trade gap between total exports and total imports for construction products and materials

How will your organisation contribute to these targets? Off-site construction from Premier Interlink is perfectly suited to help achieve these bold objectives. Our modern methods of construction and lean manufacturing techniques carried out at our ISO14001 and ISO9001 facility in East Yorkshire enable us to offer BREEAM Excellent buildings which can reduce time on site on by 50%.

The earlier we are involved in a project the more likely you are to achieve the targets set out in Construction 2025. We will offer free advice and assistance on all projects from RIBA stage 2 (concept design) upwards. To discuss your project and discover how our BIM capability can help you please contact us today, 0800 316 0888.

In addition to the targets set out in Construction 2025 we believe Health and Safety is critical to delivery of new projects. Premier Interlink will minimise risk on sites. Find out how by requesting a meeting with one of our specialists.

We provide exceptional quality buildings to many sectors including education, healthcare, hotels and residential. To discover why Premier Interlink are at the forefront of construction technology please contact us or 0800 3160888


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