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PBLINK Construction Group Networking
11 October, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm UTC£25
Join our Construction Networking in London. Network with our members and their guests & exchange valuable information from your industry.
The group is aimed at anyone interested in this sector – architects and engineers, developers, general contractors, subcontractors, manufacturers and importers of building materials. Shortly after registration we will have our guest speaker presentation following by Q&A. After formal part we invite all guests to deliver short 30 seconds introduction of their business during speed networking session in a relaxed, informal atmosphere over a snack and a drink. Every delegate will have the opportunity to network and exchange business cards with all other guests as well as with our speakers.
Priority registration for PBLINK Members and their guests. Free for members, small fee for non-members. Your registration might be refused if you do not represent construction industry. Very limited number of tickets available (only 30).
18:35 Guest speaker presentation + Q&A
18:50 Informal Networking
The Organisers reserve the right to alter the content of the programme and change event’s details.
Keith is a Chartered Civil Engineer with experience in all aspects of the procurement, design, delivery and commissioning of building and civil engineering projects, gained through a career working for contractors, project managers and client bodies. Keith is a Project Manager experienced in, and passionately supportive of, the integrated team approach to working, which was developed over 12 years with BAA. During the last twelve years with Hampshire County Council, Keith has led on regional procurement and joint working initiatives. These arrangements have delivered around £500m building projects each year since 2006 for over 60 public authorities in the SE, and have delivered over £100m in efficiency savings. Keith is Chair of the National Association of Construction Frameworks, a new Public Sector collaboration sponsored by the LGA.