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Electrical Contractors and Architects create new bond

Electrical Contractors and Architects create new bondSELECT, Scotland’s trade association for the electrical contracting industry, and RIAS, the Royal Incorporation of Architects have instigated a partnership which will see SELECT consolidating and enhancing its links with the architectural profession through a three-year sponsorship of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland’s highly-regarded bookshop at its headquarters in Edinburgh.

The specialist bookshop, at 15 Rutland Square, is a centre of architectural excellence which offers a wide range of architecture books, technical documents and building contracts. The RIAS have just completed an extensive refurbishment of the bookshop, which is said to have one of the highest footfalls among design professionals of any institution of its kind.

The partnership illustrates the close links that SELECT has fostered with the profession in recent years, in recognition of the fact that working in partnership and maintaining lines of communication and co-operation is of substantial mutual benefit.

Alick Smith, President SELECT, told us: "We are delighted to be able to build on the partnership between the electrotechnical industry and the architectural profession. This sponsorship allows us to disseminate information about our members to them and vice versa."

The arrangement will see SELECT literature and information being made available to architects to keep them up to date with technical and safety issues in a fast-moving industry. SELECT members will also benefit from information about current and future directions in the built environment.

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