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Scottish Building Federation

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Scottish Building Federation

The Scottish Building Federation (SBF) is a Scottish construction industry.

The SBF was established in 1895, and aims to raise awareness of the importance of the construction industry in Scotland. With a headquarters in Edinburgh, it comprises 16 regional associations, and represents around 700 companies.

The SBF was one of the founders of the Construction Alliance.

External links

  • SBF website
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