Addleshaw Goddard, Sovereign Street, Leeds LS1 4ER
Wednesday 10th October 2018 | 17:30 for registration, 18:00 to 20:00
Drinks and nibbles provided throughout the evening!
It has been a turbulent 12 months in construction with systematic failures at all levels forcing the industry to take a long hard look at how it operates. As a response, Constructing Excellence has launched its new mission statement, “Positively disrupting the industry delivery processes to transform performance”.
Constructing Excellence Yorkshire and Humber are pleased to bring you our first event along this theme, an evening networking event exploring some of the key drivers for change; including offsite, lean, digital and much more!
8-12 quick fire presentations (no more than 5 minutes each) interspersed with networking, discussion and refreshments.
1800 Welcome and first set of Presentations (5 talks followed by 15 minute Q and A)
1845 20 min, Networking Break
1905 Second set of Presentations (5 talks followed by 15 minute Q and A)
Currently confirmed to present are as follows;
Andrew Dodsworth, Balfour Beatty Construction Services UK – Andy will present on Process Digitisation at the heart of business transformation, what has been achieved at Balfour Beatty and the underlying principles to make the transformation sustainable. The talk will also cover what process digitisation does for a business and the intelligence that can be derived.
Michael Belcher, Projects Director, TSP Projects Ltd – Mick will share how a change in leadership is required to raise performance of our projects.
Josie Rothera, Leeds Beckett University and Steer Group – Josie will talk about the importance of mentoring in supporting the next generation as they transition from study to the workplace.
Emma Hooper, Digital Information Specialist, Bond Bryan Architects – Insurance Backed Alliancing, such as the Integrated Project Insurance model has the potential to provide a project framework which will allow new ideas to thrive and drive real change in the industry. Emma will give a brief introduction to these collaborative procurement models and how they can improve productivity.
Aaron Penwill, Head of Performance, MSP-Leadership Ltd – Aaron will share a practice of Short Interval Control. The practice involves routines and actions that drive interactions. They will share the human benefits this practice enables and how this connects to project success.
Caroline Key, G4C National Co-Chair – Caroline will present on G4C (Generation for Change) on their new strategy to recruit young professionals to the industry via the #77campaign.
Marc Jordan, Constructing Excellence Director, Balfour Beatty, Construction Services UK – Marc will discuss how a structured Lean Daily Management process can give rise to confidence and collaborative mind-sets. He will draw from experience and share how this concept can be applied to any project and what the many benefits are of doing so.
Rob Wolfe, Managing Director at CHY Consultancy – Rob will present on “CSR is dead?”
Steph Brady, Director, Innovation Fire Engineering – Steph will discuss innovative approaches to creating a culture of work-life balance and the benefits for business.
Professor Mohammed Dulaimi, Leeds Beckett University – Mohammed will talk about the need to accelerate innovation in construction through effective diffusion of new ideas and capability building.
£25 per person*
*FREE to Yorkshire and Humber Constructing Excellence Club members. Please email Carole at firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place.