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Lessons learned

Bishopsgate; Project 10

Experienced client allows you to be more innovative

Work with an open minded architect


Use standard components

Work with suppliers

Resist the attractions of the cheapest price.

'We've tried to implement as much of what we knew to be best practice as we could, and pulled together any innovations we or the rest of the team, including suppliers, could come up with,' says Exterior's Mark Rushworth. 'You can guarantee that we are going to take what we have learned on to the rest of our projects.'

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