The impact of the newly introduced Building Safety Act on project pipelines will be the focus of discussions at this year’s Transforming Construction event in November.
Formerly known as the CN Summit, the event returns under a new name for its tenth episode – aiming to provide delegates with more information about the key legislation that will act as a driver of industry change.
Following the introduction of the Building Safety Act earlier this year, which sees the largest shake-up in building rules in the last 40 years, contractors attending the event can learn how to navigate these law changes.
Taking place on 30 November at 155 Bishopsgate, London, the day will see a number of industry-leading speakers explore ways of handling emerging market challenges to make better data-driven decisions.
During the talks, speakers will discuss how firms can harness technology to deliver projects faster and more sustainably while controlling costs – made even more relevant by the developing uncertain economic situation.
The event, which is being held in person this year, aims to bring leading industry figures together – from public and private clients to main contractors and their supply chain.
Experts speaking live on the day will also explain how those in the built environment can ensure essential building information is captured and maintained in a Golden Thread of information.
Those attending the Transforming Construction event will gain insight into how firms are embracing technology – building right the first time, and minimising waste, delays and costs.
This year, the event will be co-located with the LGC Future Places event, giving contractors the chance to engage with place-shaping leaders.
On the day, delegates can expect a packed agenda, including more than 25 industry-leading speakers, 15 sessions and more than three hours of networking.
Those who book their place before 9 September will save £200 off the admission fee via an early-bird discount.
To secure your place at this year’s Transforming Construction event and find out more information about the programme, follow this link.