Construction News Summit 2021
This hybrid event running over 2 days: Virtual on Wednesday 24 November; and in-person 1 December at Leonardo Royal London Tower Bridge will feature 45 speakers, 200 attendees including 20 industry clients including 8 top framework clients, & 6 hours of networking. Attendees can expect to get access key public and private sector clients including National Highways, Homes England, Crown Commercial Services, Department of Health, Hammerson, Stanhope as they share investment and development opportunities now and in the future, gain an understanding about how to capitalise on framework agreements and the long-term opportunity they present, meet 6 CEO’s of UK’s largest Tier 1 Contractors representing Amey, Galliford Try, Mace, Skanska, Wates and Willmott Dixon, lively panel debates and join roundtables tackling key sector growth opportunities and key industry challenges such as meeting Net Zero Carbon targets and improving diversity in the industry. Looks a fabulous agenda & we’re looking forward to seeing you there!
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beable presenting at Digital Construction Week!
- When: 3.30-4pm Wednesday 24 November, ExCel London 👏
- Where: BIM Village, ExCel London
- Title: “North London Heath & Power Project - Implementing site technology needs vision, leadership, and lots of groundwork"
Digital Assets Free Webinar
23rd November @10am (BST) UK Construction Week Online is hosting a free webinar on “How and why construction businesses are embracing modern digital asset management” in partnership with Canto.
The webinar will show how companies across the construction industry are using digital asset management technology to create operational efficiencies, stand out from the competition and boost commercial relationships.
Osprey Group will demonstrate how managing their digital assets with Canto helps them collaborate across the globe and add value when competing for projects.
Internet Connectivity for New, Temporary and Challenging locations…
For new, temporary and challenging locations why not consider the EMS i-MO OptiBond solution? Delivers fast / resilient aggregated 4G and / or fixed line services to site in days. The system is widely used on difficult to serve and new commercial and infrastructure projects. See www.ems-imo.comFind out more
£300m energy from waste plant Lincolnshire approval
The plant will process waste from homes and provide energy for 100k homes in South Humber. Construction is expected to begin next year and finish in 2025 supporting 600 construction jobs, with a total lifecycle of 30 years. The project will process waste of around 2k people as each person produces around 392 kg waste per year, down from 412kg in 2016. The developer is Czech company EPH. The South Humber Bank Energy Centre project is classed as a ‘nationally significant infrastructure project’