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Introduction. / Menteth, Walter.

Building ladders of opportunity: How reforming construction procurement can drive growth in the UK economy. London : RIBA, 2012. p. 7.

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Harvard

Menteth, W 2012, Introduction. in Building ladders of opportunity: How reforming construction procurement can drive growth in the UK economy. RIBA, London, pp. 7. <http://www.bdonline.co.uk/>

APA

Menteth, W. (2012). Introduction. In Building ladders of opportunity: How reforming construction procurement can drive growth in the UK economy (pp. 7). RIBA. http://www.bdonline.co.uk/

Vancouver

Menteth W. Introduction. In Building ladders of opportunity: How reforming construction procurement can drive growth in the UK economy. London: RIBA. 2012. p. 7

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Menteth, Walter. / Introduction. Building ladders of opportunity: How reforming construction procurement can drive growth in the UK economy. London : RIBA, 2012. pp. 7

Bibtex

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