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To further our commitment to delivering on the principles and ambitions of the Construction Playbook, we will be partnering with Built Environment Networking to host a series of events focussing on the document, which was published by the government in late 2020.
The first of these events will be taking place on Monday 26 April and will see our executive chairman Gerard Toplass chairing the panel. He will be joined by some key figures in the development of the Construction Playbook and those who are already implementing the recommendations.
These speakers include Fergus Harradence, deputy director of construction at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy; Zoe Price, chief operating officer at ISG; Peter Masonbrook, associate director at Faithful+Gould and Jan Grant, managing director at ProQual.
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Deconstructing the Construction Playbook
During the session, our panellists will provide a general overview of the Construction Playbook and what it means for the industry, before examining how organisations can build its principles into their strategy.
Gerard said: “The Construction Playbook is something that we as an organisation were very pleased to see published, with its 14 key policies aiming to reset the public sector’s relationship with construction to create better outcomes for people, communities and the planet.
“The Playbook provides the industry with a real opportunity to pave the way for pandemic recovery and build the future into every stage of construction. Bringing together a series of events and expert panels to discuss these opportunities – and the challenges that come with them – is something we’re very pleased to be hosting in conjunction with Built Environment Networking.
“The event will be free to attend, and we look forward to speaking with the wider on the industry on how we can collectively collaborate and deliver on the playbook principles to help change happen.”
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Don't miss out
The event will be taking place online at 1.45pm on Monday 26 April. To register for your free attendance, please visit Built Environment Networking’s event listing.
Further events will be taking place in the coming months – stay tuned to our social channels for the latest announcements as they happen.