11am Thursday 28 September
The 2022 Building Safety Act introduced the concept of the ‘golden thread’. Owners and managers of buildings are required to hold a comprehensive set of information showing how a building was designed and built. The aim is simple – to reduce the severity of the consequences of fire spread or structural collapse.
This ‘golden thread’ of information must be provided and stored digitally. This means that construction firms face a new challenge – ensuring that all relevant information on their work is passed to their client in a form that they can use.
Join Construction News and Quickbase on Thursday 28 September to discuss the implications of the 'golden thread' for the construction industry.
Topics to be discussed:
- What information do construction firms need to pass to clients under the ‘golden thread’?
- What is the best way to collect and provide the data?
- What are the implications for main contractors in their relationships with their supply chain?
- What challenges are involved in collecting and sharing ‘golden thread’ data and how can these be overcome?