See below a snippet of our previous events you can request to view.
Building into 2021 & Learning from 2020
2020 has been a tumultuous year and the impact of COVID has been seen in most industries, construction included. At this virtual event heard from a number of industry professionals on their learnings from 2020 and how they aim to make 2021 a success
Reducing Fire Risk & the Golden Thread
We explored the role the “Golden Thread” of information has on reducing fire risk through effective traceability and a consistent thread of up-to-date information to bridge the gap between design and construction.
The Future of Construction Post Pandemic
The Future of Construction Post Pandemic aimed to understand a range of industry perspectives on the future of construction post COVID-19. We looked to explore the consequences the pandemic has had or will have, such as resident demands for more private outdoor space as a result of the move to working
MMC: The thrust behind construction
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.
A Debate on Laminate Glass
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
The 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
This event focused on MMC and on Fire in multi-occupancy developments. It was attended by a range of construction industry experts to Government bodies and Fire Brigade Chief's
LONDON | THE GHERKIN
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.