Conference & Workshops

Our 2017 speakers include:

AECOM, Manoj Gupta, Director

Balfour Beatty, Tony Ellender, Emerging Talent Manager

First Base Ltd, Phil Wade, Director

Heathrow Airport Limited ,Phil Wilbraham, Development Director

John Fleming Architects, Jonathan Reinhardt, BIM Manager

Lendlease, Gaurav Sarin, Development Project Manager

Lendlease, Matthew Smith, Sustainability Manager Elephant Park

The Chartered Institute of Building, Jacqueline Balian, Commercial Director

Tideway, Scott Young, Head of Skills and Employment

Plus many more to be announced!

 

Conference Topics include:

Keynote: What Are the Next Steps for London's Construction Industry and How Do We Get There?

  • Potential challenges surrounding Brexit
  • Maintaining momentum in the market
  • Investment opportunities for upcoming projects
  • Current contractor opportunities and future potential 2017-22

Panel Discussion: How Can We Create a Wealth of New Talent for Construction, Architecture and Engineering?

  • Investing in UK talent
  • Driving industry attractiveness for young blood
  • Equality and diversity

 

HOUSING AND REGENERATION:

Homes for London - Is It Possible to Profit from Delivering Affordable Homes?

  • Can we successfully create affordable homes for London?
  • What are the implications for the city of London if we don’t succeed?
  • Are there opportunities to profit in the delivery of affordable homes?
  • Case study examples

Panel Discussion: Showcasing Major Housing Developments & Regeneration Projects

  • Old Oak & Park Royal
  • Newham – Canning Town
  • Greenwich Peninsular
  • Nine Elms

 

CASE STUDIES:

Tottenham Hale’s 20 Year Plan

£775 Million Regeneration of Paddington Quarter

A Development Update on Croydon and its Positioning as a New Tech Hub for London

Southall Masterplan: Creation of 3,750 Homes

 

FUTURE LONDON AND SUSTAINABILITY:

Panel Discussion: Buildings Fit for the Future City of London - Optimising sustainability, Efficiency and Building Legacy

  • Reacting to space limitations due to the growing population
  • Buildings fit for purpose and use – how can we create more efficient and sustainable buildings?
  • Creating communities through community spaces

 

The Future of Digital Construction

  • What are the technologies that will change the way we execute and manage construction projects?

 

Panel Discussion: Above and Beyond: London as a Highrise City

  • Is building upwards the answer to designing space-efficient buildings?
  • Getting the community to engage with tall buildings
  • Project opportunities – residential and commercial developments

 

CIVIL ENGINEERING AND TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE:

Panel Discussion: What Are the Key Upcoming Transport Infrastructure Projects for the city of London?

Heathrow Airport Third Runway: 2017-2025

Crossrail’s 2018 Delivery and Station Area Regeneration Opportunities for Contractors and Developers

Next Steps for HS2

 

CPD Workshop Topics include:


Adapting to Change: Building Flexibility into Business Strategies


Social Media for Community Engagement During Construction Projects

How to Profit from Adopting New Technologies: Challenges, Strategies and Cost-Benefit Considerations

Virtual and Augmented Reality in Construction

Steps Towards BIM Level 3 and Digital Construction: What Does the Future Hold?

How to Build an Effective Strategy for Adopting New Digital Construction Technologies

Designing Healthy Buildings

Innovation in Sustainable Building Materials

Full programme will be released shortly!