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The Best of Panel & System Building

14 April 2010

Welcome to this, the first exclusively online edition of Panel & System Building (PSB) magazine. A relatively new subscriber to the digital format – this being only the seventh digital issue in the current series – PSB is not turning its back on paper print and has no plans to convert to all-digital media in the foreseeable future. Rest assured, paper editions will be forthcoming, as usual, in May, July, September and November of this year and, of course, there will be online digital versions of these editions to browse through at your convenience.

We plan two exclusively online editions this year –in April and another in October and we hope to use this flexible format for new projects and departures from our usual style of presentation. For example, this first edition is something of a review of the past fifteen months and we bring you some of the editorial highlights from the period, including interesting insights into issues of safety, technology and good engineering practice.

In October, we will revive a popular annual fixture of the old Panel Building calendar – an Awards scheme that will recognise excellence in our industry. We are at a relatively early stage in the planning but we will keep you up to date on progress via the PSB website. Our readers will be the judges in this competition and every one of you will have the opportunity to vote. Watch out for news of the PSB Awards 2010 at www.psbonthenet.net

In the meantime, we trust you will find this first exclusively online edition of PSB both interesting and informative. And if you have any ideas about what you might like to see in future all-digital editions of PSB, do please get in touch with us through the website.

Les Hunt
Editor


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