With the launch of an online National Construction Product Register database (NCPR) scheduled next year, the loopholes through which non-compliant materials have been entering into the market will start to shrink.
September 26th, 2017
The NCPR database – developed by the Board of Construction Information Systems Limited (NATSPEC) – will make visible the companies who are adhering to the stringent regulations of the industry. Is the database necessary for the industry? In short, the answer is a resounding yes.
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