What do we mean by quality buildings and how do we deliver them?
Please join us at this FREE evening event to update yourself on Government and industry approaches to improving quality in buildings and help shape the practical industry response
Following recent tragedies and disasters, delivering and maintaining quality buildings is rightly high on the agenda for government and the built environment industry and there are a range of initiatives and approaches underway to unpack and tackle the problem.
Excellent audiences at workshops in London, Manchester and Newcastle have explored the quality question and identified problems that cause quality to trickle away and possible remedies. Next we take the Construction Industry Council/ DQI workshop to Bristol on 9th October at 6pm (UWE) to help unpick this complicated issue. We'll give an overview of government and industry initiatives and tools, then ask you to share your expertise and experience to help shape a practical approach to help industry and clients to improve and maintain better quality in buildings.
Then join us for networking drinks to continue conversations with industry colleagues and make new contacts.
This event is kindly supported by the Construction Industry Council (CIC)
5.45pm – registration, refreshments
6.00pm – Welcome – David Pearce
6.10pm – why quality is such a hot topic (Stephen Hodder, Chair, CIC)
6.20pm – what is currently going on in Government and the industry to address the quality issue (Lynne Ceeney, Chair, DQI)
6.30pm – Workshop and facilitated discussion (Lynne Ceeney)
7.25pm - Summary and Close (Stephen Hodder)
7.30pm - networking drinks and nibbles
8.00pm – close.
Room and Parking details to be issued soon.