Constructing Excellence Yorkshire & Humber

Regional partner to Constructing Excellence, the single organisation charged with driving the change agenda in construction

Month: June 2016

Stop! Collaborate and Listen! – Next #ceyh2016 breakfast on 29th June 2016

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At our last CE breakfast event before our summer break, we will be tackling one of the key principles of the Constructing Excellence movement and 2025 strategy; collaboration, collaboration, collaboration. Collaborative approaches have been shown to deliver a wide range of benefits which enhance competitiveness and performance (better cost management, improved time, resource utilisation and innovation to name but a few!).

We will hear from Kier Construction, last year’s Integration and Collaborative Working Constructing Excellence in Yorkshire and Humber awards champions who will be talking about their winning project, a unique 12 year long collaboration with York NHS teaching hospitals. This presentation will cover how and what makes it a success and the continued and ongoing development of the relationship.

We will also here from Teal Consulting who will present on the BS11000 standard which provides a framework for full supply chain collaboration ensuring relationships are effective and optimised. BS 11000 shows how to eliminate the known pitfalls of poor communication by defining roles and responsibilities, and creating partnerships that do nothing but add value to your business.

So come along and find out how you can work better together!

Details of our speakers for the event can be found here

To get involved join us at

Addleshaw Goddard LLP, Sovereign House, Sovereign Street, Leeds, LS1 1HQ

(If you are using a satellite navigation, please use the following postcode: LS1 4BJ)

29th June 2016 08:00-09:30

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CETEC Presentation 10th June 2016

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CETEC have been evaluating and remediating “sick” buildings for the last 30 years and formally evaluating IEQ and occupant performance for the last 10 years, especially using the National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS) protocol.   For the last decade they have been developing the IEQ for Quantifying Productivity protocols and examining how the validated data could be incorporated into BIM for FM management.

A presentation by Vyt Garnys from CETEC is being held at Leeds Beckett University, Queen Square House, Leeds on 10th June 2016 from 11-12pm.

Please see link here for more information.

If you would like to attend this presentation please email the Knowledge Exchange Events team at CKEEvents@leedsbeckett.ac.uk