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.