UK Construction Week Birmingham (4-6 October, NEC) is the UK’s largest built environment event, has sections dedicated to Build, Digitalisation, Infrastructure, Net Zero, Careers, Surfaces and Offsite. PLUS visitors will gain free entry to Timber Expo, Grand Designs Live and Green Living Live.
Register free today https://bit.ly/3zRXW46
Don’t miss: 300+ exhibitors, 6,000+ products, 25,000 visitors & 150 hours of CPD sessions PLUS the industry’s best networking events all under one roof.
With 400 speakers including Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street, listen to talks and get involved in debates surrounding Culture Change in construction.
Seminars at UKCW will focus on a myriad of topics including skills, social value, business, innovation and regulation, major projects, procurement and housing – complemented by 20 dedicated CPD sessions across the three days, covering everything from Supply Chain Resilience to the Building Safety Act.
Officially opened by architect and Channel 4 presenter Geroge Clarke, UKCW Birmingham is the must-attend construction event this Autumn.
Day 1 Seminar Highlights include:
Skills: UKCW Birmingham will look at the skills agenda, and on the solutions that have been found by industry leaders, such as Rick Lee OBE, Chief People Person at Willmott Dixon, who was instrumental in securing the RICS Inclusive Employer Quality Mark for the Tier One Contractor.
Social Value: Ann Bentley, Global Board Director at Rider Levett Bucknall, and board member of the Construction Leadership Council, has led the way on bringing about behaviour change and unlocking social value through changes in the construction process. She will give her reflections on the launch of the value toolkit and what it can do for the sector.
Day Two Seminar Highlights:
Business, Innovation and Regulation: Including the new Building Safety Act, the ongoing digital revolution, and the challenges facing the supply chain brought about by the pandemic and war in Ukraine.
Economic Outlook: What does the economic outlook for the sector look like? Top economists Professor Noble Francis, Economic Director at the Construction Products Association, and Tom Hall, Chief Economist at Barbour ABI, will offer crucial information for those planning the months ahead.
Day Three Seminar Highlights:
Major projects, procurement and housing: bringing together the solutions from the conference programme to the biggest challenges of the day. These include retrofitting the majority of UK housing stock, creating net infrastructure, and a look into the regional opportunities in the West Midlands region enabled by HS2 and its satellite projects.
Get ready for the UKs top built environment event. UK Construction Week Birmingham will be held at the NEC on 4-6 October. Register for free NOW! https://bit.ly/3zRXW46