27 June 2013 — TAFE NSW Sydney Institute director David Riordan has signed a Memorandum of Understanding  with the NSW chapter of peak built environment industry body Building Designers Australia NSW.

Mr Riordan said the Institute’s strategic plan provided “the road map into a more competitive, dynamic and consumer and consumer-driven environment”.

“The MOU provides a framework for us to work together to strengthen a training culture and design learning pathways which will consolidate business sustainability for BDA NSW’s 400 members.”

NSW Chapter president Mr John Hatch said the BDA was recognised as a proactive leader on issues affecting the built environment and the building industry.

“Our members are a dedicated group of professionals who prepare documentation for about 90 per cent of all building work carried out in NSW,” Mr Hatch said.

One reply on “Sydney Institute signs MOU with Building Designers Australia”

  1. “Our members are a dedicated group of professionals who prepare documentation for about 90 per cent of all building work carried out in NSW,” Mr Hatch said.

    If you do the figures, it is more like 3.5%

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