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May 16, 2019

12:30 PM - London

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.

CIMCIG's annual debate is headlined by Mark Farmer who will be joined by four keynote speakers:

• Sadie Morgan, Director, dRMM Architects 
• Mark Reynolds, Chief Executive, Mace Group 
• Jade Lewis, Director of Advocacy, Saint Gobain 
• Sam Stacey, Challenge Director, Transforming Construction at UKR

They will be addressing the challenges faced in improving the image of construction.

The afternoons agenda is:
• 12:30 Welcome
• 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
• 16:00 Networking and afternoon tea
• 17:00 Close

All panel members have confirmed they will participate at the event, however their participation is subject to change prior to the event.

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. 

Houses of Parliment
House of Lords - Cholmondeley Room & Terrace via Black Rod entrance
London
SW1A 0PW
United Kingdom

Sector: Construction

Region: London
Map link: click here

Speakers: Mark Farmer

Contact:

Regional Events team

cim.events@cim.co.uk

+44 (0)1628 427340

Prices

  • Member: £145
  • Studying member: £145
  • Student: £160
  • Non-member: £160

Table of ten for £1450 (10% 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.

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