Oxford Hub : People, Profit and the Pound; An Overview of UK Construction in 2017
Tuesday, 28 March 2017 from 18:00 to 20:30 (BST)
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In partnership with the CIOB, the Oxford Club of Constructing Excellence is pleased to invite you the Said Business School for the third event of our 2017 calendar.
The vote for Brexit has heightened volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity for UK construction. The unprecedented operating environment of 2017 houses both challenges and opportunities and the success of the construction market will rely on the willingness and ability of key decision makers to take greater risks against a geopolitical backdrop and economic flux.
Will this play out as a new age of collaborative risk sharing or a return to the adversarial behaviours of the recent past?
Join Constructing Excellence Oxford, Oxford Hub and the CIOB to explore the observations, predictions and potential mitigations when it comes to construction prices, costs, supply and demand in the wake of the vote for Brexit.
Who should attend?
This CPD event is open to all, although those involved in construction management, design and planning roles should benefit from attending.
What is the format?
18:00 - Registration and networking buffet
18:45 - Seminar
20:30 - Close
Will Waller and Allen Beever, Arcadis UK
This event is FREE to members and student members. Please note that places are limited.
We look forward to meeting with you!
Membership info, http://www.constructingexcellenceoxford.org/memberships/
When & Where
Oxford Club of Constructing Excellence
The Oxford Club of Constructing Excellence was established in 2000 and our members include clients in the local area, together with designers, consultants, contractors, academics, specialists and suppliers. Our aim is to enable joined up thinking between members of the construction industry and to establish Oxford as a centre of excellence in construction. We will be running events throughout the year to share industry knowledge and best practice and provide networking opportunities. We welcome local companies involvement, and support from local authorities, business and academia.