Transition from Hackitt to Building a Safer Future Bill – The Importance of Design and Quality
10.40am Panel Discussion: Transition from Hackitt to Building a Safer Future Bill – The Importance of Design and Quality
- As we transition from the recommendation from the Hackitt review to the Building a Safer Future Bill in future
- Collaborative working, design and quality clearly is crucial to its success
- These will be tracked through the implementation of the 3 Gateways and Golden thread, but why is this so important now?
- What does this really mean and how will this practically be delivered?
Tina Mistry, Southern Specification Manager, Aico
Steve Evans, Head of Technical Operations, NHBC
Nigel Ostime, Delivery Director, Hawkins\Brown and Chair of the RIBA Client Liaison Group, which led the RIBA’s Building in Quality Initiative
Theresa Mohammed, Partner, Trowers & Hamlins LLP
Mike Fisher, Head of Technical (London), A2Dominion