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January 17, 2013
CDBI launches new website
The Canadian Design-Build Institute (CDBI) has launched a new website, improving functionality, updating important information, enhancing the user experience and providing a clean and sleek design.
“Design-build is an innovative and exciting construction delivery mechanism. It is only fitting that we now have an innovative and exciting new website,” said Neil McFarlane, CDBI chair, in a news release.
The website, which is available at cdbi.org, is designed to make information easy to find. The site provides details on design-build documents, upcoming CDBI events and tutorials, the benefits of CDBI membership, and also showcases winners of the CDBI Award of Excellence. The site also features a members’ only section, providing exclusive access to documents and other relevant material to CDBI members.
The website is a great tool and starting point to find that information, added McFarlane.
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