29 September 2020
UKCW back on the agenda with new virtual event
UK Construction Week – a major industry highlight in the UK calendar – returns this October with a new virtual format.
The online event, which will take place 5–9 October 2020, includes a conference with four content stages covering different kinds of discussion.
The Digital Construction Hub: Delivered by the UK BIM Alliance, hear why the digital revolution is unavoidable and what is next for digital in UK Construction.
The Regeneration Hub: Urban landscapes are changing fast, and the demand for suburban living is steeply climbing. What does this mean for how we deliver social value, and the drive to improve quality construction post-Grenfell?
The Net Zero Hub: As we “build back better”, are we building back to meet our net Zero targets for 2050? This stage features five days of presentations and Q&As to assess what needs to be done to get to Net Zero in 2050.
Construction Game Changers: Ministers of State, industry leaders, the Construction Leadership Council (CLC), entrepreneurs and UKCW Role Models will all debate how we continue on the CLC’s Roadmap to Recovery.
A few of the keynote speakers expected to take the stage to discuss the Roadmap to Recovery include Construction Minister Nadhim Zahawi; Keith Waller, Programme Director for the Construction Innovation Hub; and Ann Bentley, Global Board Director at Rider Levett Bucknall and member of the Construction Leadership Council. Browse the full programme here
Also taking place are online seminars and workshops, which will be interactive and include chat, Q&As, polling, and plenty of opportunity to ask questions.
You will also have the opportunity to book virtual meetings with exhibitors and attend networking events through video meetings, enhanced through the use of UKCW’s sophisticated AI match-making facility.
For more information or to participate, please visit ukconstructionweek.com/ukcw-virtual
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