Explore Offsite Outlooks

28th February 2018 until 28th February 2018

at BRE, Watford

Explore the potential of digital construction and understand how best to implement it into your offsite construction strategy.

This one-day conference and exhibition will create a platform for clients and their professional advisers, contractors and project managers and offsite technology suppliers to network with industry experts to discuss the latest developments in digital construction for the offsite sector.

The pace of technological change will not let up so it needs to be embraced. While other industries may have made the digital leap earlier, the construction revolution is now well underway, and the combination of offsite manufacturing and digital construction technology presents a powerful proposition. Explore Offsite Outlooks will look at the road ahead as roles and disciplines blur to the role of a new generation of digital natives to whom BIM will just be business as usual and who will understand the real meaning of integration, interoperability and design for manufacture and assembly.

Tickets cost just £125 + vat and includes entry into the conference and  exhibition, lunch and refreshments. There will also be  an option of a guided tour of the BRE Innovation Park.

For more information - www.exploreoffsite.co.uk



Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
 
 


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The next issue of Offsite Magazine is closing very soon and includes skills development, hotel construction and the ways volumetric modular technology can revitalise a wide range of building sectors. Plus...

  • We hear about how the Marriott, Travelodge and Premier Inn brands are using offsite methods to create a new breed of hotel plus a detailed look at the Hampton by Hilton Hotel at Bristol Airport.
  • A summary of the reaction to the Hackitt Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety.
  • The CITB and BEX (Built Environment Exchange) tell us more about building a new skills base surrounding offsite technology and sustainable construction.
  • An overview of Centres of Excellence such as the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) Offsite Management School (OMS), Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) and Dudley Advance II.
  • Mark Hargreaves at DLA Design and Emily King from Portakabin highlight the potential of modular construction within the Education sector.
  • Derek Thomson at Loughborough University explains the need for through-life performance and design configurability with modular design.

You can contribute from as little as £500: Call 01743 290042 or Email julie.richards@offsitemagazine.co.uk

Offsite Magazine targets approx.10,000 key construction professionals per issue in print and over 60,000 via our digital issue.