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Event Schedule

Developed and curated by leading offsite conference organisers Explore Offsite - a range of free CPD accredited masterclasses and an international summit will be presented by the industry pioneers who are making the headlines.

The Offsite Expo Masterclasses will focus on key industry innovations and will provide a comprehensive and balanced perspective on this rapidly emerging sector from a host of UK pioneers.

The Offsite Summit will bring to life some of the most inspirational and ground-breaking offsite projects from around the world, focusing on knowledge sharing and collaboration opportunities by facilitating a unique networking opportunity right at the heart of the UK’s largest exhibition of offsite construction technology.

You do not have to register separately to attend any of the masterclass or summit sessions, simply register your FOC place to Offsite Expo and arrive nice and early to get your seat! To register your place, CLICK HERE.

Please see the programme below, detailing what sessions are running across the two days. To view more information about the speaker, or add the session to your calendar, click on the speaker name.

24 or 25 September?

Offsite Masterclass (Theatre 1)
Offsite Masterclass (Theatre 2)
Offsite Summit
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:30
12:00
12:30
13:00
13:30
14:00
14:30
15:00
15:30
16:00
16:30
17:00
10:30 - 11:45
Structural Timber

Speakers in this session:

  • Andrew Carpenter
    Structural Timber: 10:30 - 11:45
    Andrew Carpenter
    Chief Executive
    Structural Timber Association
    Session Chair

    In a career spanning over 40 years, Andrew Carpenter, CEO of the Structural Timber Association (STA), has played an active part in the construction industry, focusing on business development, best practice and the sector’s improvement agenda.

    Andrew joined the UKTFA as CEO in January 2011 and oversaw the rebrand to the STA in 2013 and is now very much at the centre of the offsite construction agenda, whilst continuing to promote the capability of structural timber products and the capacity within the sector to help resolve the housing crisis.

    Since 1999 he has been involved with the Government change agenda and is currently CEO of Constructing Excellence South West & Chair of BIM4Housing.
     
  • Jephtha Schaffner
    Structural Timber: 10:30 - 11:45
    Jephtha Schaffner
    Project Manager & Engineer
    Blumer-Lehmann
    A Case Study on Cambridge Mosque

    Born 1986 near Basel (Switzerland), apprenticeship as carpenter completed 2006 at GGS carpentry, 2010 start timber engineer at Bern university of applied science at Biel with a placement of 10 months at Blumer-Lehmann AG as project manager in 2013. Summer 2014 completed university as timber engineer. 2015 start at Blumer-Lehmann AG as project manager and engineer. From 2017 leading the Freeform Team at Blumer-Lehmann AG. Other leisure activities are snowboarding and icehockey.
     
  • Pete Blunt
    Structural Timber: 10:30 - 11:45
    Pete Blunt
    Managing Director
    Innovare Systems
    A Case Study on Glasdir School

    As Managing Director, Pete is responsible for the overall leadership and management of Innovaré. He is hands on in project and operational support; focusing on how to bring value engineering opportunities for clients, as well as product development and process improvement. Balancing strategic and operational priorities has allowed him to realise holistic benefits from change and improvements.

    Originally from an automotive background (including Lotus Engineering and Jaguar Land Rover), Pete has worked in offsite construction for a number of years. Initially through consultancy work, Pete has brought his experience of lean methodology and transparent processes to develop various construction products and services.
     
  • Simon Horn
    Structural Timber: 10:30 - 11:45
    Simon Horn
    Technical Manager
    Stewart Milne Timber Systems
    A Case Study on St Wilfrids Walk Development

    Biography Coming Soon!
     
12:00 - 13:15
Training & Skills

Speakers in this session:

  • Marcus Bennett
    Training & Skills: 12:00 - 13:15
    Marcus Bennett
    Future Skills and Innovation Lead
    CITB
    Session Chair

    Marcus Bennett is CITB’s future skills and innovation lead with interests embracing: offsite; immersive & virtual reality in learning and digitalisation. He previously led a programme of research quantifying the demands, risks and training provision for construction occupations aimed at informing skills plans across the UK. Prior to joining CITB Marcus gained experience in the public and private sectors.
     
  • Ian Heptonstall
    Training & Skills: 12:00 - 13:15
    Ian Heptonstall
    Director
    Offsite Management School
    Understanding the Skills Gap in Offsite Construction

    Ian is the Director of the Supply Chain School, an online portal with over 33,000 registered users that seeks to educate the construction supply chain on emerging issues such as offsite, sustainability, BIM and lean. The School is funded by 90 partner organisations who are clients, contractors or tier 1 suppliers to the sector.
     
  • Shaun Hunt
    Training & Skills: 12:00 - 13:15
    Shaun Hunt
    Assistant Principal Curriculum and Standards
    Dudley College of Technology
    Training in Modern Methods of Construction

    With experience in both the public and private sectors, Shaun has a wide breadth of knowledge having developed his career from his early days as a Carpenter Foreman through a spell as a Site Agent and house builder and a Surveyor, before making the move into education. Shaun has developed provision across the Construction and Engineering sector in colleges across the East and West Midlands, helping them to grow and drive up success rates for their learners.

    Shaun joined Dudley College in 2015 leading on curriculum development for the new Advance I and II expansions, working closely with local employers and trade bodies such as CITB to ensure we are meeting the future skills needs of the industry.

    With many years in a senior leadership role, Shaun is an inspirational force across his curriculum, motivating staff to drive forward progress and stay ahead of the sector’s requirements.
     
  • Rohan Bush
    Training & Skills: 12:00 - 13:15
    Rohan Bush
    Head of Public Partnerships and Future Workforce
    Construction Scotland Innovation Centre
    Are we offsite ready?

    Rohan has responsibility for leading, developing and delivering a range of public sector stakeholder and future workforce partnerships focused on the creation of strategic programmes, projects, consultancy and commercial activity utilising the full range of CSIC resources. In addition she heads up the technical and operations support activities to deliver a co-ordinated, high quality service consistently across CSIC. Rohan holds degrees in architecture, building science and political studies and brings 18 years of experience in the built environment sector including managing building innovation funds in Melbourne and helping establish the New Zealand Green Building Council.
     
13:30 - 14:45
Volumetric Modular

Speakers in this session:

  • Andy King
    Volumetric Modular: 13:30 - 14:45
    Andy King
    Technical Director
    MPBA
    Session Chair

    Andy started his career in the Modular industry 18 years ago working for the Portakabin Group in the Technical Department where he gained valuable knowledge of the special features of modular design and product development.

    Andy is currently Managing Director of Wernick Buildings Limited, Britain’s largest independent manufacturer and supplier of permanent modular buildings, a company that has decades of experience working within the education sector.

    A valued member of the Modular & Portable Building Association, Andy has been Chairman of the Technical Committee for 10years working with other members of the industry to improve the professionalism of the industry and raise awareness of the benefits of modular buildings.
     
  • Ben Drake
    Volumetric Modular: 13:30 - 14:45
    Ben Drake
    Associate, Structural Engineer
    Peter Dann
    Optimising for Offsite – A Structural Engineer’s Perspective

    Ben directs a skilled team of structural engineers who have delivered on high-end volumetric modular projects in the UK, Canada and the USA. Originally from New Zealand, he brings almost 10 years of extensive structural design experience working with complex buildings around the world, including those requiring seismic design.

    Ben is also heavily involved in Peter Dann’s R&D modular projects, developing a number of offsite prototype systems for various clients, in both volumetric and panelised technology.
     
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    Volumetric Modular: 13:30 - 14:45
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    Volumetric Modular: 13:30 - 14:45
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15:00 - 16:00
Roofing

Speakers in this session:

  • James Talman
    Roofing: 15:00 - 16:00
    James Talman
    Chief Executive
    National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC)
    Session Chair!

    James Talman became chief executive of the NFRC in 2015, leading the UK’s largest roofing trade federation in its mission to promote technical excellence among members and the wider industry. He was previously CEO of SPRA, helping to drive up standards in that discipline. James began his career in the automotive sector, before entering the cladding and single ply roofing sectors. James is committed to raising standards across the roofing sector, improving the recognition of those who follow this path, while ensuring the industry is attractive for new entrants. He was elected to the board of Build UK in 2018, where he provides a voice for roofing within the wider construction industry.
     
  • David Padmore
    Roofing: 15:00 - 16:00
    David Padmore
    Regional Sales Manager
    Metrotile
    Lightweight Roofing In Modular/Offsite Buildings

    Biography coming soon!
     
  • Speaker Slot Reserved
    Roofing: 15:00 - 16:00
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    Biography coming soon!
     
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    Roofing: 15:00 - 16:00
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16:15 - 17:15
Hybrid

Speakers in this session:

  • Gavin White
    Hybrid: 16:15 - 17:15
    Gavin White
    Structural Engineering Director
    Ramboll
    Session Chair

    Gavin has more than 12 years of experience as a structural engineer. He has worked in many sectors including education, residential, heritage and commercial.

    Gavin leads the timber engineering within Ramboll UK. He has managed and advised on the construction of over 50 timber buildings ranging from museums to conference centres. He has written papers and presented internationally on the subject.

    Responsible for winning and delivering projects in all sectors of work and all sizes. A key part of Gavin's role involves the education of clients / architects and Ramboll staff on the opportunities offered by the use of CLT.
     
  • Andy Goodwin
    Hybrid: 16:15 - 17:15
    Andy Goodwin
    Managing Director
    B&K Structures
    A Case Study on Orsman Road

    In a career spanning over 35 years in the construction industry, Andy Goodwin joined B&K Structures in 2003 as Commercial Manager and worked his way through the ranks to take up the role of Managing Director in 2016.

    Adopting a hands-on approach, Andy has supported the business through the transition from a structural steelwork fabricator into the sustainable frame contractor they are today.

    Over the last 13 years, B&K Structures have grown to become the largest timber engineering business in the UK. By demand cross laminated timber (CLT) is the most popular product within the company’s extensive materials portfolio, however they are not CLT purists, the business focuses on hybrid construction solutions, utilising glulam, steel and structural timber wall and roof cassettes.

    Andy supports project teams at every stage of the construction journey from tender to completion – ensuring B&K Structures deliver a quality project and excellent service to clients and main contractors.

    B&K Structures have been instrumental in the development and growth of the timber market within the UK. To meet the ever-increasing demands of a growing market, the specialist frame contractor continues to push the boundaries in terms of innovation and the development of new modern methods for offsite construction - underpinning their position as the UK’s No1 timber engineering business.
     
  • Nigel Banks
    Hybrid: 16:15 - 17:15
    Nigel Banks
    Product and Marketing Director
    ilke Homes
    A Case Study on Gateshead Innovation Village

    Nigel is responsible for ilke Homes’ product development, Design for Manufacture and marketing teams and is part of the executive team.

    Ilke Homes is a British modular homes business with a focus on inspiring design, building beautiful, energy-efficient homes with real families in mind, quickly and more efficiently than traditionally-built properties. Working in partnership with developers and registered providers, ilke Homes is now set up to operate at scale.
     
  • Pete Blunt
    Hybrid: 16:15 - 17:15
    Pete Blunt
    Managing Director
    Innovare Systems
    A Case Study on Greatfields School

    As Managing Director, Pete is responsible for the overall leadership and management of Innovaré. He is hands on in project and operational support; focusing on how to bring value engineering opportunities for clients, as well as product development and process improvement. Balancing strategic and operational priorities has allowed him to realise holistic benefits from change and improvements.

    Originally from an automotive background (including Lotus Engineering and Jaguar Land Rover), Pete has worked in offsite construction for a number of years. Initially through consultancy work, Pete has brought his experience of lean methodology and transparent processes to develop various construction products and services.
     
10:30 - 11:45
Structural Timber

Speakers in this session:

  • Rupert Scott
    Structural Timber: 10:30 - 11:45
    Rupert Scott
    Membership & Marketing Manager
    TRADA
    Session Chair!

    Following a degree in Production and Operations Management at Nottingham University, Rupert has pursued a diverse career for over 25 years in the woodworking and construction industries, spanning quality management, R&D, production management, marketing, and fire and regulation consultancy.

    Whilst working for a door manufacturer he became the named inventor of a patented fire door design. He also provided passive fire consultancy advice to the Historic Royal Palace Agency (which manages Hampton Court Palace, Tower of London and Kensington Palace) for over 2 years following the lessons learned from the fire at Windsor Castle.

    Today Rupert is responsible for the strategic development and management of TRADA’s membership strategy, events and exhibitions programme and marketing activities.
     
  • Frank Werling
    Structural Timber: 10:30 - 11:45
    Frank Werling
    Head of Technical, Engineering and Design
    METSA Wood
    Center Parcs, Elveden Forest: Delivering the architects vision for the client

    Frank Werling, Head of Technical, Engineering and Design at Metsä Wood, began his career in the timber industry at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany, where he studied Civil/Structural Engineering with a focus on steel and timber constructions. Alongside his studies, Frank worked for a publisher specialising in literature for German timber engineering.

    Frank went on to work as a structural engineer for Europe’s leader in lightweight portal frame steel buildings, where he cut his teeth in the world of modular building systems.

    In 2000, Frank achieved the EUR ING from FEANI (European Federation of National Engineering Associations), before moving with his family to the UK, working for a distributor of environmental building products.

    In 2002, having gained an extensive accumulation of timber knowledge and experience, Frank joined Metsä Wood UK as an engineer, leading a team of five in Building Solutions. Now, Frank oversees software, products, system development and design services, as well as using his expertise to help Metsä Wood lead the way in BIM engineering and supply to offsite manufacturing.
     
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    Structural Timber: 10:30 - 11:45
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  • Stuart Scott
    Structural Timber: 10:30 - 11:45
    Stuart Scott
    Chief Commercial Officer
    Cygnum Building Offsite
    Goldsmith Street Passivhaus and 2D Primary Structural Systems for Mainstream Housing

    Stuart Scott is Chief Commercial Officer for Cygnum Building Offsite, he has spent over twenty-seven years in the Timber framed (TF) off-site manufacturing sector. He has extensive experience in the systemised approach using Open Panel and Closed Panel units for basic wall, floor and roof structures which are produced in a factory environment and assembled at the final workface to produce a final three-dimensioned structure. His recent activities include the recently completed multi-million expansion to Cygnum’s manufacturing facility and the successful delivery of a number Passivhaus certification projects around the Country including Mainstream Housing and Educational Buildings. The Team at Cygnum with Stuart continue to develop, innovate and collaborate with those charged with project delivery in the industry to unlock the advantages of MMC to deliver an increased output of homes.
     
12:00 - 13:15
Digital Construction

Speakers in this session:

  • John Eynon
    Digital Construction: 12:00 - 13:15
    John Eynon
    Ambassador / Director
    UK BIM Alliance / Open Water Consulting
    Session Chair

    John is an architect, design manager and BIM Champ with over 40 years experience in the built environment industry, across a variety of roles and projects. He has been involved in UK BIM since around 2012, predominantly through the BIM Regions/Regional Hubs and latterly the UK BIM Alliance. He writes, blogs, lectures, speaks, dances and paints.
     
  • Byron Starnes
    Digital Construction: 12:00 - 13:15
    Byron Starnes
    EMEA Business Development Manager
    StrucSoft Solutions
    Design to Fabrication Workflow for the Built Environment

    I am specialised in leading the creation of digital engineering solutions for the built environment, with a strong focus on the convergence of technologies from design to manufacturing to implementation in the built environment.

    I have personally led modelling teams on both small and large-scale steel and timber manufacturing projects and have guided other firms in their implementation of BIM for manufacturing.

    With many years of experience through the premier designer of BIM software for the framing environment, StrucSoft Solutions, I am uniquely positioned to leverage a distinct perspective on the digital engineering process for framing system manufacturing and assembly.
     
  • David Clark
    Digital Construction: 12:00 - 13:15
    David Clark
    Manufacturing Director
    The McAvoy Group
    Understanding the Importance of Digital Construction in Offsite Manufacturing

    David has overall responsibility for offsite manufacturing across The McAvoy Group. His role includes managing the expansion of production capacity to meet the business’s strategic growth plans. He is passionate about driving productivity improvements across the manufacturing process, embedding both automation and digital solutions where possible.

    David also ensures McAvoy retains flexibility in its production systems to deliver a wide range of offsite solutions, including permanent, bespoke modular buildings for hospitals, schools and commercial applications; offsite housing for rent and market sale, and interim facilities to meet short-term customer needs.

    David led the Group’s pioneering and industry-leading work in applying the digital transformation to offsite construction. The use of BIM, digital scanning, tablets to collect data on site and other technologies such as virtual reality which enhances customer engagement have recently been recognised with the award of BIM Contractor of the Year to McAvoy at the BIM Awards.
     
  • Tom Lench
    Digital Construction: 12:00 - 13:15
    Tom Lench
    Sales Manager
    voestalpine Metsec
    BIM & Metframe

    Experienced Sales Manager at voestalpine Metsec plc, the UK’s largest cold roll forming specialist providing products for the construction and manufacturing industries. Focusing on adding value through expert design, precision manufacturing and on-time in full product delivery.

    Tom has 12 years’ experience at Metsec, with onsite and offsite products. Delivering offsite structural solutions with up to 15 storeys in height. Equipped with a Mechanical Engineering Degree from Loughborough University and based in the Midlands.
     
13:30 - 14:45
Volumetric Modular

Speakers in this session:

  • Kevin Jones
    Volumetric Modular: 13:30 - 14:45
    Kevin Jones
    Director
    MPBA
    Session Chair

    Kevin is an expert in the modular building industry with over 38 years of experience in a variety of roles ranging from Business development through to Operational delivery and Executive management. He has been a Director of the MPBA for 8 years, the last 2 years being on an independent basis. Kevin is a keen exponent of offsite.
     
  • Andy King
    Volumetric Modular: 13:30 - 14:45
    Andy King
    Managing Director
    Wernick Buildings
    A Case Study on Specific's Active Office

    Andy started his career in the Modular industry 18 years ago working for the Portakabin Group in the Technical Department where he gained valuable knowledge of the special features of modular design and product development.

    Andy is currently Managing Director of Wernick Buildings Limited, Britain’s largest independent manufacturer and supplier of permanent modular buildings, a company that has decades of experience working within the education sector.

    A valued member of the Modular & Portable Building Association, Andy has been Chairman of the Technical Committee for 10years working with other members of the industry to improve the professionalism of the industry and raise awareness of the benefits of modular buildings.
     
  • Nick Griffin
    Volumetric Modular: 13:30 - 14:45
    Nick Griffin
    General Manager
    Portakabin
    Building Better Healthcare // Royal Stoke University Hospital

    Biography coming soon!
     
  • Patrick Hayes
    Volumetric Modular: 13:30 - 14:45
    Patrick Hayes
    Head of Structures & Offsite Construction
    Meinhardt UK
    A Case Study on Essential Living Greenwich Scheme

    Patrick leads the Meinhardt structures team in the UK and has been working as a structural engineer since 1988. Patrick has designed structures in both the UK and overseas. His experience covers schools, universities, laboratories, commercial, residential and mixed use developments. He leads Meinhardt’s Offsite Construction Initiative. He is a member of Build Offsite and is advising CIRIA on ‘Quantifying the benefits of Offsite Construction’. Patrick has been involved in offsite structures in precast concrete, panelised and volumetric modular systems.
     
15:00 - 16:00
Private Event

More information coming soon!

10:30 - 11:45
Precast Concrete

Speakers in this session:

  • Elaine Toogood
    Precast Concrete: 10:30 - 11:45
    Elaine Toogood
    Senior Architect
    Concrete Centre
    Session Chair

    Elaine is senior architect at The Concrete Centre, providing architectural advice, project and technical guidance related to the use of concrete in all its forms. As well as contributing to Concrete Quarterly, Elaine authors technical guidance which has included Concrete and BREEAM and Material Efficiency publications.

    Elaine sits on working groups for DEFRA Property Level Flood Resilience Action Plan; RIBA’s Sustainability Futures Group and is a guest lecturer at several universities. She is responsible for curating numerous events and lectures and is current Chair of RIBA South East London
     
  • Bernard Graham
    Precast Concrete: 10:30 - 11:45
    Bernard Graham
    Sales Estimator
    Creagh Concrete
    Offsite in Concrete Technology

    Biography coming soon!
     
  • Colin Davis
    Precast Concrete: 10:30 - 11:45
    Colin Davis
    Director
    Studio Partington
    A Precast Solution for Student Accommodation

    Colin is an experienced architect who has been involved at Studio Partington (SP) since its formation in 1998, during which time he has completed a large number of significant residential, commercial, and masterplanning projects. As a director of SP, Colin is responsible for the strategic management of procedures and systems, business planning, finance and quality assurance. Colin was lead director for Hox Park, a new build 500 bedroom student housing scheme in Runnymede, Surrey. The scheme utilised a precast concrete superstructure that delivered a wealth of benefits to the project, some predicted, some unexpected.
     
  • Daniel Westgate
    Precast Concrete: 10:30 - 11:45
    Daniel Westgate
    Commercial Manager: Structures
    FP McCann
    Off-Site Solutions for Multi Storey Buildings

    Daniel Westgate is Commercial Manager (Structures) for FP McCann Limited who are the largest precast company in the UK.

    With over 20 years experience in the off-site construction industry, Daniel has been involved in various high profile schemes where off-site construction methods have been adopted.

    After carrying out a structural engineering apprenticeship within the steel frame sector working on complex steel frame structures, Daniel’s career progressed into precast concrete products, working for Tarmac, Bison and Consolis, with roles spanning from CAD Technician, Engineering through to Operational / Commercial positions spanning a vast range of sectors.
     
12:00 - 13:15
Digital Construction

Speakers in this session:

  • Sam Stacey
    Digital Construction: 12:00 - 13:15
    Sam Stacey
    Challenge Director – Transforming Construction
    UKRI
    Session Chair

    Sam Stacey is Challenge Director – Transforming Construction at UKRI. He is leading the Transforming Construction challenge, a £170 million research and innovation investment, matched by £250 million from industry, to create new construction processes and techniques for building manufacture in the UK. Linked to the Construction Sector Deal, the programme includes funding for research, a new construction network and the creation of an active building centre and innovation hub.

    Before joining UKRI, Sam was Director of Innovation, Industrialisation and Business Improvement at Skanska UK, a Trustee of the Building Research Establishment, and Chairman of the National Platform for Construction. Sam has also worked for Wates Construction and Buro Happold Engineering. He is a Chartered Structural Engineer with an MBA from Henley Business School and degrees in Civil Engineering, Architecture and Philosophy from Imperial College and Cambridge University.
     
  • Daniel Leech
    Digital Construction: 12:00 - 13:15
    Daniel Leech
    Group CEO
    Technical Design Services Group
    Hong Kong Airport, Investing in Digital Collaboration

    Daniel cares passionately about innovation within construction and driving for change. Having spent 17 years in the sector, he develops new initiatives with a clarity of vision that helps elevate the group forward. As CEO for the Technical Design Services Group, he is proud to have worked on some of the most significant buildings in the London skyline. Committing to BIM as an early adopter has seen the group grow to include a digital construction training academy offering free training to employers, and a digital engineering consultancy helping partners construct better buildings. The ambition to make the industry collaborative through BIM practices, upskilled for growth and sustainable for future generations has seen Daniel become board member for the Buildoffsite Governing Forum and a recognised thought-leader within industry.
     
  • Alberto Jena
    Digital Construction: 12:00 - 13:15
    Alberto Jena
    Managing Director
    hsbcad
    Biography coming soon!
     
  • Ben Taunt
    Digital Construction: 12:00 - 13:15
    Ben Taunt
    Sales Manager
    Elecosoft
    Biography coming soon!
     
13:30 - 14:45
MEP & Pod

Speakers in this session:

  • Colin Goodwin
    MEP & Pod: 13:30 - 14:45
    Colin Goodwin
    Technical Director
    BSRIA
    Session Chair

    Colin leads the technical development, engineering delivery and focus of BSRIA, his role also encompasses managing BSRIA technical input to regulatory, legislative and parliamentary activity, including energy policies and building regulations. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and Member of ASHRAE (American Society of Heating &Refrigeration Engineers). He has held board and senior manager positions in FM, energy services, and property & construction management. Prior to joining BSRIA Colin was Technical Director at Mitie Engineering formerly Dalkia, leading several business and technical projects in energy and critical engineering, technical facilities management and construction.
     
  • Stephen Wade-Palmer
    MEP & Pod: 13:30 - 14:45
    Stephen Wade-Palmer
    Specification Manager
    Offsite Solutions
    Best Practice in Bathroom Pod Design, Specification and Procurement

    Stephen Wade-Palmer is Specification Manager for Offsite Solutions – the longest established bathroom pod specialist in the UK.

    With over 30 years’ experience in the construction industry, Stephen has specialised for more than 10 years in the specification, manufacture and supply of bathroom pods.

    He has extensive technical and design experience in this fast-growing area of offsite construction. Stephen has worked with architects, contractors, clients and developers on projects in sectors as diverse as healthcare, student accommodation, apartments and hotels, applying offsite construction to bathrooms for multi-occupancy buildings.

    Stephen has experience of all types of bathroom pod construction – concrete, lightweight steel and GRP composite, and both refurbishment and new build projects.
     
  • Lewis Jones
    MEP & Pod: 13:30 - 14:45
    Lewis Jones
    Prism General Manager
    Prism Offsite Manufacturing
    Early Engagement & Digital Design

    In a career spanning 30 years continuous service in the construction industry, Lewis has been involved in all aspects of construction from project management and leadership of sub and superstructure concrete frame builds to complex multi-disciplined large scale developments. His experience has been enhanced by the management of a number of trading businesses allowing an in-depth understanding of factory management and production control. Lewis has held the role of General Manager of Prism Offsite Manufacturing for the last two years, SES Engineering Services’ manufacturing facility specialising in mechanical and electrical offsite products.
     
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    MEP & Pod: 13:30 - 14:45
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15:00 - 16:00
Light Gauge Steel

Speakers in this session:

  • Andrew Way
    Light Gauge Steel: 15:00 - 16:00
    Andrew Way
    Associate Director
    SCI
    Session Chair

    Andrew is one of the Associate Directors at SCI and manages the Light Gauge Construction and Product Assessment parts of our business. He has been at SCI for over 20 years and has been involved in many areas of technical development, in particular cold-formed steel, structural robustness, product assessment and certification. He is the UK representative on the European Project Team responsible for the evolution of EN 1993-1-3.
     
  • Joanne Booth
    Light Gauge Steel: 15:00 - 16:00
    Joanne Booth
    Business Manager – Construction
    Lucideon
    Value Engineering of Light Gauge Steel Frame Systems

    Joanne has both a degree in civil engineering and law, and over 20 years’ experience in the construction industry. Much of Joanne’s career has been at Lucideon, initially as Technical Manager and later as Product Manager, prior to her current role as Business Manager for Construction. Joanne has developed many customised testing programs to prove the performance of products and systems which fell outside of any recognised standards. Many of these programs and techniques are now recognised by industry as the benchmark standard, and some have been written into European standards or adopted as an industry standard.
     
  • Peter Burchill
    Light Gauge Steel: 15:00 - 16:00
    Peter Burchill
    Business Development Manager
    EOS Facades
    A Case Study on The RAM Quarter

    EOS Offsite Solutions is part of Etex Building Performance which brings together the products and solutions of four dry construction materials companies, also including Siniat, Promat and EOS Facades.

    EOS Offsite Solutions design, manufacture and bring fully tested solutions to market which drives specification in UK construction. EOS Offsite Solutions combine expertise in load bearing light steel frame (LSF) panelised and preassembled systems. Supplying offsite solutions to pod and modular specialists, together with innovative load bearing pre-assembled solutions for multi-rise developments. With continued investment and expansion of production facilities, underpinned by 14 years’ experience in the offsite sector - EOS are geared up and ready to increase market share in the offsite load bearing market.

    Peter Burchill joined the EOS Offsite Solutions team in June, bringing key experience from the load bearing sector. Having been involved in the specification and detailing together with promoting LSF into the UK market place, including award nominated schemes for residential, student accommodation and healthcare projects. His experience of working closely with architects, developers, housing associations, main contractors, cost consultants and installers - offers in-depth insight into offsite technology and applications.

    Prior to this, Peters experience was in manufacturing modular buildings including Home Living Modules, Secure Modules (blast bullet resistant) Amenity Modules, Retail and Banking Modules – which used steel, timber and LSF together with integration with other materials.

    Having spent his career in construction for the last 23 years, Peter has an understanding of the needs of key stakeholders and the expectation for return on investment. He understands that UK manufacturers needs to offer value but still generate enough profit to allow for reinvestment and innovation.
     
  • Steve Chesters
    Light Gauge Steel: 15:00 - 16:00
    Steve Chesters
    Sales Manager
    Hadley Group
    Biography coming soon!
     
16:15 - 17:15
Private Event

More information coming soon!
10:30 - 11:45
Precast Concrete

Speakers in this session:

  • Jenny Burridge
    Precast Concrete: 10:30 - 11:45
    Jenny Burridge
    Head of Structural Engineering
    Concrete Centre
    Session Chair

    Jenny leads the team of structural engineers at The Concrete Centre which is the central development organisation for the UK concrete industry.

    Jenny is a chartered civil and structural engineer with more than 30 years’ experience in the construction industry. She has worked for Arup and AECOM designing award-winning buildings in both the UK and mainland Europe. Prior to becoming Head of Structural Engineering she was a regional engineer with the Concrete Centre advising clients, engineers and architects on the most efficient and effective uses of concrete.

    She is the UK representative on the CEN task group looking at revisions to the fire part of Eurocode 2 and chairs the BSI Advisory Committee for Engineering Design and Construction.
     
  • Alan Clucas
    Precast Concrete: 10:30 - 11:45
    Alan Clucas
    Director
    Laing O'Rourke
    A New Model for Construction

    Alan is a senior executive in the building materials sector with a wealth of technical and operational experience. He has a long and distinguished track record of delivering structural off-site solutions for the building and infrastructure sectors.

    Alan draws on over 30 years’ experience designing and manufacturing pre-cast concrete and structural steel components for structural frames, car parks, offices, retail, roads, bridges, tunnel segments, railway sleepers, nuclear containment and prisons as well as numerous high volume standard product applications.

    His current role is Director of Explore Manufacturing within the Laing O’Rourke Group with a brief to promote the Group’s Design for Manufacture and Assembly strategy.
     
  • Xavier Van der Wee