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Collins Osayemwen

22 Oct 2018
Industry experts have advised practitioners to make decisions based on the property life cycle, create an environment, which fosters, embraces innovation and change. They argue that such projections and decisions will improve the quality of life of people and productivity of the core businesses in the built environment. The experts spoke at the second edition…

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