Specifi Services – Scotland
Specifi Services hits Scotland on the 28th of March 2017.
We have all the ingredients for a memorable event starting with an inspiring seminar starting at 4.00pm.
Specifi is quickly establishing itself as the must attend event across the UK. Designed to deliver great value to those who are in the building services and facilities management profession.
Tickets are limited, so book now…
3:30pm – Doors Open for registration
4:00pm – Seminar – “The Biomimetic Building” by Michael Pawlyn
“The Biomimetic Building” promises to be one of the world’s lowest energy buildings, but energy costs are tiny compared to employee costs. The design of The Biomimetic Building will maximise substantial human resource investments through gains in productivity of as much as 25 percent.
Pawlyn is one of a handful of Architects with a talk published on TED.com where it has a remarkable 1.5 million views. He The second edition of Michael’s book “Biomimicry in Architecture” was released in July 2016.
5:00pm – Meet The Experts Networking – Complimentary Bar
If you can’t make the seminar, join us between 5.00pm and 7:00pm for our “Meet The Experts” networking. Make sure you have a glass in your hand as you chat with friends and colleagues from the building services and facilities management community, and experts from the specification teams of some of the UK’s leading suppliers.
This is a great opportunity to get greater value from your supply chain – Where else can you chat with over 20 product experts in a two hour period, outside of the pressures of the office and right on your doorstep. (Oh and don’t forget the free drinks)
7:30pm Specifi Dinner – Free to all attendees
Free for attendees, our specifiers dinner is a relaxed affair (definitely no black tie here) and makes Specifi like no other event in the building services and facilities management calendar.
Register for your free tickets and, closer to the time, we will send you the Menu so you can choose from the delightful choices on offer from our hosts at The Amarone Restaurant.
“It’s the most enjoyable professional development I’ve ever done”
Andrew Gower – Collective Architecture – Glasgow