BSRIA is delighted to be exhibiting, running and sponsoring a Soft Landings seminar at the Construction Summit North 2017 taking place on Wednesday 13th & Thursday 14th September at the University of Salford, New Adelphi Theatre.
Organised by Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce and the University of Salford the two day event will explore how the Government’s industrial strategy, regional devolution and affordable homes programme will shape the North’s property sector in years to come.
Delegates will be able to discuss the region’s infrastructure and connectivity needs, how Brexit will effect strategic planning and investment and how policy changes will impact on business. Tickets are available for single days or both days.
In the afternoon of Wednesday 13th September – as part of the Skills – Launch of the 2017 Pipeline Report – North West Construction Hub Session 1 – BSRIA’s Technical Director, Lynne Ceeney, will be running a Soft Landings (BIM) seminar: Delivering value through Soft Landings.
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Discount available for BSRIA members – e-mail: email@example.com
June Davis, Business Manager, BSRIA North, said:
“BSRIA is delighted to be exhibiting, running and, indeed sponsoring, a Soft Landings seminar at the Construction Summit North 2017 show. Now in its fourth year, the largest property and construction event of its kind outside of London will connect 400 delegates with some of the biggest names in the industry and will provide a unique opportunity to discuss the latest developments in the region and across the UK construction sector.
Affordable homes, regional devolution for the North and how the Government’s industrial strategy will address these crucial issues are key policy and research areas for BSRIA.
We are delighted to be exhibiting and look forward to seeing as many BSRIA members as possible at the show.”
Soft Landings is an enhanced building delivery process that runs through the project from inception to completion and beyond, to help to close the performance gap between design intentions and operational outcomes. It provides a step-by-step process for clients and their project teams to follow in order to avoid pitfalls and deliver a better performing building.