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Case Studies

A great deal of expertise and knowledge exists within individual projects and it is critical that the hard won lessons learned are captured for the future. Using case studies is one way we can all achieve this.

Case studies are a valuable tool providing summary information and a snapshot of the work undertaken.

Feedback from the project or team will be available as a valuable reference for others working on similar projects, also providing useful information to investment decision makers and anyone evaluating projects in the future.