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Explore Offsite Healthcare: solutions to healthcare sector build issues

  • 12 Sep 2017

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Innovative solutions are needed to create more hospital and care home facilities and Offsite construction is a key to resolving the capacity issues within the healthcare sector.

Explore Offsite Healthcare

Explore Offsite Healthcare, a one-day conference and exhibition at NEC, Birmingham on 20 September, will create a platform for clients and their professional advisers, contractors and project managers, to learn directly from industry experts and discuss the latest offsite construction solutions that will help in delivering sustainable, energy efficient, low-maintenance and cost-effective contemporary buildings for the sector.

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Showcasing the very best solutions

Through showcasing examples of the very best of what is being delivered under the Procure 21+ and Procure 22, together with projects outside of these Frameworks – this event will demonstrate how exemplar schemes are being delivered through good supply-chain integration, design for manufacture and assembly (DfMA), digital integration and offsite construction strategies

One day conference and exhibition

This conference and exhibition will present case studies of projects that have used offsite technologies to create new, extended or upgraded facilities – in a sensitive and seamless way – to deliver projects on-time and on-budget.

Delivered in partnership with the Department of Health, top speaker line-up in this CPD Certified event, encompasses health care and procurement specialists together with innovators in offsite construction including:

  • Darren Richards – Managing Director, Cogent Consulting
  • Cliff Jones – Head of Construction Procurement Team, Department of Health
  • Rosemary Jenssen – Director, Jenssen Architecture, Procure 21+ / Procure 22
  • Darron Haylock – Partner, Foster + Partners
  • John Handscomb – Procurement Lead, Kier Construction
  • Ken Davie – Head of Offsite & MMC Research, Carillion Plc
  • Rob Umphray – Head of BIM & Prime Delivery Partner, Deeo Design & Engineering / BIMwm Framework
  • Sean McKeever – Director, Ecofund Partners
  • Sarah Denton – Health Specialist, Portakabin
  • Jim Marner & Nigel McClarence – Interserve Engineering Services (IES)
  • Stephen Wade-Palmer – Specifications Manager, Offsite Solutions
  • Peter Blunt – Managing Director, Innovaré
  • Peter Burchill – Business Development Manager, Icarus LSF
  • Nathalie Meunier – Healthcare Specialist, McAvoy Group

Tickets to Explore Offsite Healthcare cost just £125 plus vat and includes entry into the conference and exhibition, lunch, refreshments and parking.

For the full conference programme go to:

www.exploreoffsite.co.uk/2017-events/explore-offsite-healthcare/conference-programme

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