CQIC were pleased to be represented at a recent site visit by Richard Lochhead MSP, Minister for Small Business, Tourism, Innovation and Trade, and Chair of the Construction Leadership Forum, to the £250m Dunfermline Learning Campus. The campus is one of the largest infrastructure projects currently being delivered in Scotland.
As well as seeing first-hand the approach to construction quality being implemented on the site, the minister heard about the progress of the Scotland-wide campaign to improve construction quality – the Construction Quality Improvement Collaborative (CQIC).
All the key project partners at Dunfermline Learning Campus – Fife Council, hub East Central Scotland, BAM, architects AHR and M&E engineers Rybka have committed to the Construction Quality Charter which is at the heart of the CQIC campaign to create a sustainable quality culture across the sector in Scotland. Balfour Beatty, contractor for the new Fife College building, have also committed to the charter.
Read more about the visit here – Minister sees quality approach at £250m Dunfermline Learning Campus | Scottish Construction Now