One of the big benefits of BrightWork is the concept of reusable sites.
BrightWork includes a Templates Area. This is where the templates are stored and managed. Unlike the standard SharePoint Solution Gallery, BrightWork templates can be instantiated as real sites. This means you can view and update the template before you decide to use it to create your project site.
The templates in the BrightWork Templates Area are really just sites that you create a copy of when you want to create a new project site. You can create a template from any of your BrightWork sites and you can even skip the template process and create a project site from another project site. This way, templates enable the reuse of best practice and the capture of previous project experience.
The BrightWork Project and Template create process also allows you to get quite granular about the content you want to copy.
The Configure Content setting on the Create Project and Create Template pages allows you to specify the lists and libraries whose content (i.e. list items and documents) you want to include or exclude. This means you can reuse a template or existing project and not have to worry about cleaning up after a previous project.