Education Estates Exhibition 2019

Education Estates is a truly unique marketplace where manufacturers, distributors and service providers can meet decision-makers, clients and specifiers, make new contacts, generate leads and new product ideas, and identify current and emerging opportunities in the education sector.

Building a Safer Future – how will these reforms affect you?

Almost two years on from the Grenfell tragedy and following the Hackitt Review, the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government have released proposals for the reform of the regulatory environment.  How will these proposals be applied to the design and construction process?

Construction Summit 2019

The summit, which is in its sixth year, will be focusing on key topics with keynote speakers followed by a panel debate, short round table discussion and audience questions & answers.

Standards following the release of ISO 19650 and Product Data following the release of the UK BIM Alliance report

Constructing Excellence Manchester will be co-hosting an event with BIM Regions NW focussing on Standards, following the release of ISO 19650 (superseding BS1192-1 & PAS1192-2), and Product Data following the release of the UK BIM Alliance report ‘Product data, state of the nation’.  We will have speakers from CoBuilder, the BSI and the UK BIM Alliance so don’t miss this important update. 

Green specification – Minimising Environmental Impact in the Construction Sector

This seminar, with Tony Woodford of BRE, will consider the whole life issues and choices which need to be informed by these considerations and look at the latest guidance to help us to understand the process of responsible sourcing and specification of products used in the construction industry, considering a framework for the organisational governance, supply chain management and environmental and social aspects that must be addressed in order to ensure their effective delivery.

Towards a resilient construction industry – are you adapting to change?

The collapse of Carillion has kick started a wide-ranging debate about the causes of the company’s demise, the role of government and the efficacy of public sector contracting. It puts a spotlight on the ability of the UK’s construction industry to withstand uncertainty and changes in the business environment.  Tellingly, while contributing 7% to the … Continue reading “Towards a resilient construction industry – are you adapting to change?”