CPA issues call for evidence survey

Call for evidence has been launched with a survey that should take approximately 15 minutes to complete

Since the publication of the Hackitt Review in Spring 2018, the construction industry has, as you know, been working hard to meet the various challenges set for it.

 

The Construction Products Association (CPA) has been involved with several critical elements of this activity, and has established its own Marketing Integrity Group (“MIG”) to specifically address Chapter 7 of the Review, which challenges how product information is made available to the wider supply chain.

 

In order to inform its work further, the CPA has issued a Call For Evidence.  Amongst the areas of interest covered are:-

 

•             Ease of finding information

•             Product substitution

•             Completeness and correctness of information

•             Products as part of a system, or use in a variety of applications

 

The call for evidence has been launched with a survey that should take approximately 15 minutes to complete, and they are seeking responses from across the supply chain, including designers, specifiers, consultants, manufacturers, contractors, builders, merchants, maintainers, and indeed anyone who uses product information through the life of the asset. 

 

The link to the survey is here and closes on Friday 5 April 2019.

 

The CPA intends to publish its findings and recommendations in the autumn, and as soon as we receive information regarding this we will pass on to the membership. 

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