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Q4 building engineering survey opens

26 January 2017

Launch of the latest Building Engineering Business Survey (BESA) has been announced by the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) in collaboration with the Electrical Contractor's Association (ECA) and SELECT.

Consisting of 16 questions, the survey is designed to take no more than five minutes to complete.

All answers will be confidential and those providing response will be included in a prize draw with the chance of winning an Apple iPad Mini.

The joint initiative between the three organisations is intended to more effectively represent the interests of members and the wider building engineering sector to the government and key stakeholders.

It was further announced that the BESA partnership with the ECA and SELECT will continue for all future State of Trade surveys.

By collaborating in this way, it will help to further raise the profile of the sector with decision-makers and the business press, the statement said.

The Building Engineering Business Survey, sponsored by Scolmore Group, relates to October - December 2016 (Q4) and the closing date for completing the survey is Friday, 3 February at 5pm.


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