Upcoming Events

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Upcoming events

Home builders 2020 – who are the players and innovators?

03 October 2018 , The National Composites Centre, Bristol BS16 7FS

    

The impact and value of using offsite construction for low rise building such as garden towns, villages and cities and larger scale developments. 

The gap between supply and demand currently sits somewhere between 100k and 150k homes pa. How can offsite solutions capture all of, if not the lions share, of this requirement.

Support for the offsite sector has grown considerably over the past 12 months and at a disproportionate rate compared to previous years where growth was being achieved at a steady, if not at times frustrating, pace. Buildoffsite is working with its members (from all walks of the industry) to help the sector understand its attributes and limitations at the same time as enabling both the public and private sectors to enter the market –  not only well prepared and well informed, but with a network of like minded organisations who can support them in the process.

Agenda

Members can register here

Non members can register here for a fee of £80.00

For further information please contact info@buildoffsite.com

How data can define your BIM strategy – Interactive Workshop

05 November 2018 , Ciria, Griffin Court, 15 Long Lane, London, EC1A 9PN

 

 

Have you defined your organisation’s digital strategy? How reliable is your BIM data and can you control its use?

Addressing these issues are key requirements for proper BIM implementation and for the Government’s new Digital Built Britain 2025 strategy.

Agenda

  • Access – how to control BIM data access
  • Control – how to avoid data being manipulated or corrupted
  • Data changes – how to manage data changes
  • Tracking – who is accessing your content
  • Security – how to maintain stringent standards
  • Application – including emerging AR/VR developments

This workshop will be invaluable for:

  • Modular building and component manufacturers
  • Facility Managers, particularly Retail & Hospitality
  • Architects and specifiers
  • Main contractors
  • Consultants – project managers, structural engineers and cost managers.

Registration: 4pm

Workshop commences: 4.30pm

Networking, drinks and nibbles.

Event Close: 7.30pm

Buildoffsite members please register here.

Non-Members £50.00 please register here.

 

The Offsite Construction Show in association with Buildoffsite

20 - 21 November 2018 , Excel Centre London

The Offsite Construction show brings together Professionals from Design, Construction and Innovation from all over the Construction Industry: Discover New Designs, Products and Materials.

Meet professionals and suppliers from all over the industry, attend Seminars and Masterclass Sessions. All are free to attend.

You’ll see everything that’s new in Construction, from all of the biggest names in the industry! …. it’s YOUR show!

100 exhibiting companies expected and over 100 product groups, with everything from Building Materials, Composite Panel Manufactures to Design & Consultancy, Engineering & Construction Consultants, Modular Construction, LSF Structures, Hybrid Products, Precast Concrete and Timber Frame Manufactures.

Conveniently located in a high quality Central London Exhibition venue with excellent transportation links.

To register your interest in attending please visit http://offsiteconstructionshow.co.uk/contact/

Smart Cities need Smart Infrastructure: Materials Workshop

21 - 22 November 2018 , Offsite Construction show

This workshop by Buildoffsite & C-Probe will now take place during the Offsite Construction Show.

Details to be confirmed.

  • How to design materials for offsite constructions
  • Incorporate low carbon formulation
  • Deliver predictive outcomes on resilience

The workshop will be led by Graeme Jones MD of C-Probe Group and provide information on how to use these solutions to avoid the need for future concrete repair by controlling the risk of degradation intelligently via remote internet control for whole life performance.

  • Use of alkali-activated cementitious materials (AACM) as structural precast elements
  • Integration of impressed current cathodic protection (ICCP) AACM mortars and concrete anodes to constructions
  • Using researched design tools to link control of structural service life with ICCP current provision
  • Performance assessment and control of future degradation using embedded health sensors
  • Measuring performance and delivering service life tracked online from measured data
  • Impact to whole life costings and planned preventative maintenance

Reducing costs and optimising the network sound familiar? If you manage infrastructure or assets then this workshop for you to attend.

 

Members register here

Non members £35.00 per person please register here