See below a snippet of our previous events.
Livestream summit | MMC: The thrust behind construction | Virtual
23 June 2020
This event in our series was focused on Modern Methods of Construction and how it is a thrust behind modernisation and efficiency within the industry.
Livestream Summit: A Debate on Laminate Glass
03 June 2020
This event in our series was a formal debate around laminate glass and its role in high-rise residential living. We had an in-depth discussion with a number of industry leaders.
Construction: Working from home, learning and staying productive
22 April 2020
The Lockdown Learning: Staying Productive event sought to educate construction professionals by exploring common challenges faced by the industry during this current crisis. We will tackle a number of topics from well being, continued learning and staying productive.
MANCHESTER | BEETHAM TOWER
23 October 2019
This event focused on MMC and on Fire in multioccupancy developments. It was attended by a range of construction industry experts to Government bodies and Fire Brigade Chief's
LONDON | THE GHERKIN
9th September 2019
This was the second event at the Gherkin in a 9 month period and was completely booked out from the morning roundtable and through the presentations during the day.
READING | THE BLADE
The Reading event was a roundtable industry discussion focused on addressing the post Grenfell fire challenges to the industry. It attracted the attention of a Government minister which resulted in a meeting afterwards discussing fire and the new regulations
LONDON | SEA CONTAINER HOUSE
29 May 2019
The Sea Container House was a breakfast event beside the Thames and with a view of St Pauls. The event focused on external wall detailing and included Government representatives, to construction industry players like NHBC, Berkeley, Wintec, Allies Morrison, etc.
LONDON | THE GHERKIN
3 December 2018
This Gherkin event was the first major roundtable and thought leadership event. With the date being just a few days after the launch of the Non Combustible Cladding Ban in the UK making it extremely relevant and opportune to asking MHCLG attendees for clarification.