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Declaring your data: Second Annual EPD Event - This event has already finished


28 June 2017
Saint-Gobain, Multi-Comfort Visitor Centre, 95 Great Portland St, Marylebone, London W1W 7NY

Complimentary to BRE 15804 Scheme members and LINA subscribers. Contact conferences@bre.co.uk for waiver code. 

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Attend to engage with the current salient dialogues and developments on systems and products level EPD, BIM integration, the health and wellbeing agenda, and assessment credits, including BREEAM, to drive continuous improvement, environmental and operational efficiencies and create competitive advantage for your organisation. 

Details :

Following on the highly successful inaugural EPD Conference on 23 June 2016, the second annual event on 28 June 2017 will cohere the leading thinkers, practitioners and construction sector organisations across the supply chain to present their perspectives on the topical EPD issues, drivers and barriers.

Chaired by Dr Shamir Ghumra, BRE, confirmed speakers include Sarah Cary, British Land,  Mark Allen, St Gobain; Andy Swain, Tarmac; Charles Robinson, Assa Abloy; Rory Bergin, HTA Design; Ian McIllwee, BWF; Jez Cutler, Travis Perkins, Dr Eva Gkenakou, Multiplex Construction Europe.

 

Event programme

Click here to download the programme

You should attend, to:

  • Understand the EPD landscape and agenda in a construction sector context
  • Learn what the drivers and benefits are for your business to engage with EPD
  • Hear peers' perspectives on why they are improving their products’ environmental performance
  • Discern the best practice routes and tools to implement EPD into your business
  • Discover practical strategies to deliver a competitive advantage for your organisation
  • Collaborate with industry leaders to develop dynamic supply chain environmental solutions 

Intended audience

Those who attended the 2016 conferences included:

    • Technical development manager
    • Associate
    • Sustainability Manager
    • Specialist Products Consultant
    • UK Environment Manager
    • BIM Manager
    • Environment and Energy Manager
    • Regulatory Affairs Manager
    • Managing Partner
    • Sustainable Procurement Advisor
    • Sustainable Materials Manager
    • Sustainability Director
    • Principal Consultant
    • Group Commercial Services Director
    • Business Development & Marketing Manager
    • Scheme Manager - Sustainability & Development
    • Head of EHS & Sustainability
    • Senior Environment and Sustainability Advisor
    • General Manager
    • Sustainability Assistant
    • Technical Manager
    • Senior researcher
    • Project Sustainability Manager
    • Technical Advisor

Companies and organisations who attended the 2016 Conference included:

    • saint-gobain
    • Arup
    • Skanska
    • TARMAC
    • EuGeos Limited
    • Crown Paints Ltd
    • CEMEX UK
    • Amtico International
    • ASSA ABLOY
    • Forterra
    • Tremco-illbruck
    • Sturgis Carbon Profiling LLP
    • Balfour Beatty
    • HS2
    • Brookfield Multiplex Construction Europe
    • thinkstep
    • Travis Perkins
    • Celsa UK
    • UK CARES
    • Siniat Ltd
    • Osborne
    • Bereco Ltd
    • British Gypsum
    • Wrekin Products Ltd.
    • KICT
    • British Precast Concrete Federation
    • Canary Wharf Contractors Ltd
    • THE VEKA UK GROUP
    • Sustain Worldwide
    • Timber Trade Federation

To discuss the 2017 programme, including participating as a speaker or panelist and sponsorship opportunities, contact: 

Gordon Miller 

Gordon@SustainWorldwide.com

07771790299

For more information about delegate bookings, contact:

Seema Sheth 

conferences@bre.co.uk 

03333218811