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Productivity and Safety in a new Construction Era Online Panel

September 3, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 5:45 pm

Productivity vs Safety in Construction Webinar

Productivity, Safety and Technology in the Built Environment

‘Build, build, build: how to increase productivity and ensure worker safety in a new era of construction.

Why ‘do’ Industry Change? Why ‘do’ Industry Digitisation?

Join this event with influencers & experts including Andrew Lambert, Su Butcher & Paul Wilkinson to discuss:

  • Technology – mobile & wearables: tools and business impacts
  • Behavioural techniques and stories
  • COVID Wearables

The session will enable audience participation, questions and feedback.

Register here 

Who should attend?

This webinar will be useful to attend for anyone who works in the Construction sector and responsible for delivering performance factors such as Profit, Safety, Customer satisfaction, Time, Budget, Quality and Complaints. For example, Site Managers, Construction company owners, Influencers, Health and Safety Officers, Project Managers, construction Bid writers etc.

The session will enable audience participation, questions and feedback.

The panel will outline how the construction sector can increase productivity safely and ensure the following key project performance indicators are met:

  • Profit
  • Customer satisfaction
  • Time
  • Budget
  • Quality
  • Complaints


5-5:30pm Webinar

5:30-5:45pm Q&A

Register here free https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6410488549365821198


Su Butcher

Su Butcher
Su Butcher

Su Butcher is director of communications consultancy Just Practising Limited.
Su trained as an architect and managed three successful architects’ practices during the ‘90s and noughties. She then set up her consultancy from home in 2011 and now supports construction companies and associations to improve their online communications.
Su chaired the working group which produced the 2018 UK BIM Alliance report ‘A fresh way forward for Product Data: State of the Nation’ addressing the challenge of how information about products is used in construction. She is currently working on a National Housing Federation project about digital asset management and an Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) project producing a Plain Language Guide to Product Data for construction product manufacturers.
Su is well known as a promoter of collaborative working and better communication. She has been networking online since 2004 and is an early and prolific user of social and digital media. Talk to her on twitter @SuButcher and LinkedIn.com/in/SuButcher

Su’s topics:
If your challenge involves human beings, technology is normally only a small part of any solution. Su Butcher will help us look at the behavioural effects on our productivity and provide some ideas for how to mitigate them.

Andrew Lambert

Andrew Lambert
Andrew Lambert

Andrew Lambert CEng FIET MIoD is the Founder and CEO of Electronic Media Services Ltd (EMS) and Founder and COO of Fibre Ltd.

Andrew is a Chartered Engineer and an experienced board-level executive with a proven record of developing new technology to solve business problems with extensive practical experience of working in Europe and Asia.

In 1995 he founded EMS, a Technology Consultancy and Telecoms Company, which manufactures, the award-winning i-MO® 4G/5G WAN router appliances and associated Optibond® Software Defined Networking (SDN) cloud management software.

Andrew is a Founder of Fibre Ltd a telecoms company that installs full-fibre broadband to new housing developments.

He is passionate about supporting innovative SMEs and International Trade and recently retired from the boards of the Enterprise M3 LEP and the China Britain Business Council. He is Chair the IoD London International Trade SIG, Vice-Chair of the techUK UK-China Tech Forum and a member of the UK5G International Trade and SME/LEP Working Groups.

Andrew’s topics:
• Ways to satisfy client needs & deliver projects on time and on budget in the new socially-distanced era
• How to ensure your socially responsible site is kind to the environment, the public and surrounding sites
• When is the best time to manage workflow and how to do it

Paul Wilkinson

Paul Wilkinson
Paul Wilkinson

Paul Wilkinson has been working in the UK construction industry since 1987, starting with 11 years in professional services PR and marketing before moving on to construction technology PR. He was head of communications at a construction Software-as-a-Service start-up for 10 years. Since 2009, as MD of pwcom.co.uk Ltd, he has been an independent technology analyst, PR consultant, freelance journalist, writer and public speaker.

He is an authority on the use of construction collaboration technology platforms, SaaS and related developments in fields such as BIM, mobile technologies and social media. He is deputy chair of the digital transformation community of practice at the Institution of Civil Engineers, and chair of the technology group and a member of the executive team at the UK BIM Alliance. A professional communicator, he is a fellow of the CIPR, a past board and Council member, and a past chair of its construction and property special interest group (CAPSIG).

Paul’s topics:
Paul will talk about productivity, digitisation and ongoing digital disruptions in the built environment. COVID-19 has accelerated an ongoing digital transformation. However, companies in the built environment need to move beyond digitising existing processes and re-engineer their businesses to apply new ways of working that are leaner, faster, safer and inherently more profitable.



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