May 16, 2019
12:30 PM - London
The CIM's Construction Industry Group's annual debate is headlined by Mark Farmer and a number of keynote speakers, addressing the challenges faced in improving the image of construction.
The construction industry is facing a number of challenges in attracting new talent to the industry, addressing gender imbalances, delivering cost-effective innovations or improving the image of construction after a number of high profile incidents.
Join a lively debate and network with fellow professionals over a luncheon and afternoon tea in the splendid Palace of Westminster, built in the perpendicular Gothic style and designed by architect Sir Charles Barry.
The proposed agenda is:
• 12:45 Mark Farmer
• 13:05 Mark Farmer Q&A
• 13:15 Lunch
• 14:00 Keynote panel introductions over dessert and coffee
• 14:20 Debate facilitated by host
• 16:00 Networking & afternoon tea
• 17:00 Closes
CPD category: Strategy
Duration: 3.5 hours
Please ensure you book early to secure your place(s), as due to the nature of this event, bookings cannot be accepted after the 8 May 2019.
House of Lords - Cholmondeley Room & Terrace via Black Rod entrance
Speakers: Mark Farmer
- Member: £135
- Studying member: £135
- Student: £150
- Non-member: £150
Table of ten for £1350 (20% saving). The price includes entry, meal and drinks. If you have any special requirements please contact the Regional Events team. Cancellation policy: Please note that the cost of this event is non-refundable.
Please book online for this event. If you cannot do so, please call the Regional Events team on +44 (0)1628 427340.Tweet