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BSRIA 2018 Briefing
BSRIA is delighted to announce the full suite of speakers for its flagship event – the annual Briefing and lunch 2018. The event will look at the issue of 'Disruption in Construction – driving technologies and processes for the future' and will be held at the Brewery, in London, on Friday 16th November.
We live in a world where new inventions, processes and ideas can be a real game changer and disrupt the way do things. The internet, mobile phones and the electric car are just a few we have seen over the last few decades. This year’s Briefing will look at the technologies and processes we might expect to see in the future and the implications that these innovations may have for building services both in the commercial and residential sector.
The Chair is Oliver Zimmermann, CEO, Condair Group AG.
- Guest speaker, Andrew Strauss OBE.
- Susan Hone-Brookes, Chief Engineer for Construction, Infrastructure and Energy at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC).
- Matthew Gough, Director, Innovation and Winning Work, Mace.
- Neil Thompson, Digital Design & Delivery Lead, Atkins Global and CEO, DotBuiltEnvironment.
- Michael Potter, Managing Director and founder, DriveElectric.
- Philip Guthrie, Collaboration Hub Project Officer, London Waste & Recycling Board (LWARB).
Julia Evans, Chief Executive, BSRIA said:
“BSRIA is delighted to have this first-class battery of speakers at its flagship and leading event in the industry calendar. Along with the after lunch speaker, cricketing legend Andrew Strauss OBE, and chair, industry-renowned Oliver Zimmerman.
"This will cover: changes in technologies and processes and what that might mean for the procurement of contracts, building services and manufacturing going forward, taking into consideration bitcoin, the circular economy and innovation in manufacturing.
"And for deep dive discussion, invaluable ‘q&a’ and, of course, the chance to network with fellow members and guests.”
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