East Midlands Devolution Breakfast 2016
28 April 2016
Loughborough University Stadium, Holywell Park, Loughborough LE11 3GR
We are proud to support this event discussing the opportunities arising through the ‘Midlands Engine’. The scope of the Midlands Engine is hugely ambitious, and the associated aims are to boost the Midlands economy by £34bn and create 300,000 jobs over the next few years.
But what could the associated devolution of power and funding to new local government bodies in the Midlands mean for our business? Bringing together leaders from business, politics, transport and academia including consulting managing director Bill McElroy.
This event will look at how the fortunes of the Midlands could be transformed. To regsister visit the Insider Media website.
Africa 2016 Construction IT Summit and Expo - The first digital construction expo to showcase in Africa
10 – 11 May 2016
Gallagher Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa
We're supporting this event aimed at promoting the use of high quality information technology in the construction environment in Africa.
Mark Wainwright, Managing Director, Natural Resources will be speaking during the afternoon session of 11 May, discussing how BIM isn’t just about technology and outlining how to plan, prepare and deliver a successful BIM programme.
To learn more and to register visit the Africa 2016 construction IT website.
Making sense of big data for smarter delivery
11 May, 2016
Rembrandt Tower, Amstelplein 1 – Level 2, 1096 HA Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Big data is a buzzword that has become part of our common language over recent years. Companies are collecting more and more data from their projects and programmes, but what is happening with that data? Are companies actually using all of their available data? Moreover, are they using it in a smart way, to drive decision making on current projects and to learn for the future?
Director, Kim van Rooyen will shine a light on the current market situation,‘digital’ concerns and share some best practice examples from the industry.
18.15 Finger food and networking
If you are interested in joining this event, please email us email@example.com. Please note that places are limited (first come first served principle) and that admission cannot be given without prior registration.
IPFA South Africa: Transnational Energy Project - Path Finding Through Africa
2 June 2016
Turner & Townsend, 21 Fricker Road, Johannesburg, South Africa
As Africa progresses the Priority Action Plan of the Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa, the experiences of companies and industry experts already involved in transnational energy projects is valuable knowledge.
Such programmes are creating tremendous challenges, including involvement of more than one African country, as well as variations in language, currency, financial capacity and maturity of public institutions.
This event will offer insights to anyone looking to deliver on new cross border investments in Africa.
Visit the IPFA website to register.
Petrochemical Engineering & Construction Conference
7-8 June, 2016
New Orleans Downtown Marriot, at the Convention Centre, New Orleans, USA.
Join us, conference hosts, Petrochemical Update and several of the world’s largest oil and gas clients for this conference focussed on Best In Class Project Execution Strategies: Providing new thinking on improving predictability and performance on major, plant based and smaller projects. We will join a panel on front end planning, providing practical advice on identifying risks early on by the owner.
Register for this on the Petrochemical Update website.
Principal designer certificate - two day course
Birmingham, Leeds, London
A brand new two day course following the recent launch of CDM Regulations 2015.
The aim of the course is to deliver clients, designers and contractors the knowledge to undertake the role of principal designer or to understand the function. This course will provide the delegates with an in-depth overview of the CDM 2015 Regulations and an understanding of what they will need to do to fulfil their responsibilities as principal designers.
Day one - Legal requirements relating to the role
Day two - Application of the role
|45 Church Street
| 14 - 15 April
23 - 24 June
18 - 19 August
|09 - 10 March
12 - 13 July
20 - 21 October
|18 - 19 April |
05 - 06 July
11 - 12 October
Download the flyer for more information.