Interested in sustainability issues in construction and property?
Join us for an evening of presentations and networking featuring established and emerging thought leaders on the topic of sustainability. This London WSCP 'Unlock' event features high-profile case studies of construction projects shaped by sustainability expertise.
This WSCP 'Unlock' event is a free event, ideal for professionals pursuing a career in this diverse sector. WSCP encourage both men and women to attend.
KINDLY SPONSORED BY SIR ROBERT McALPINE
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August 6th 2014:
Registration and refreshments from 5.30pm
Shaping Construction Through our Expertise, Aleksandra Njagulj, Sustainability Manager, Bouygues.
Aleksandra is an architect with over 10 years of architectural practice in design and design management, currently leading the ‘Sustainability Hub’ – a team of in-house sustainability experts within the Bouygues UK Technical Department.
Sustainability Hub is dealing with all sustainability related aspects of project management, design, construction and aftercare. The team is also in charge of company sustainable assessment process, self certification and sustainability training, tools and practices as well as varied R&D activities in synergy with both other Technical Department experts (BIM, M&E, structures, etc) and external partners.
Closing the Specification Gap Amie Shuttleworth, Head of Sustainability, Sir Robert McAlpine.
Amie is passionate about designing and delivering sustainable projects. Amie has worked on the air W1 project which included a hydrogen fuel cell, a decentralised and highly efficient technology, as well as bee hives to increase biodiversity. She recently completed some research at the university of Cambridge examining how BIM can be used as a tool to deliver low embodied carbon buildings.
Past Projects and Case Studies Tim Hare, Senior Project Manager, Sir Robert McAlpine.
Examples of Tim's past projects include the New Street Square development and Quadrant 3. A recent winner of the construction manager of the year for the major projects category in the UK, Tim hails some of his success to having a 25% female team. He is also a dedicated sustainability advocate embedding this ethos within his teams.
Please note that this is a WSCP hosted event and the contact is Zebrina Hanly, not Sir Robert McAlpine. You can contact Zebrina at email@example.com.
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Women in Sustainable Construction and Property
WSCP is a networking group with an agenda.
- To gather and disseminate knowledge on sustainability issues in construction and property.
- To build an inclusive multi-disciplinary networking environment, supporting professional development, collaboration and mentorship.
- To promote corporate responsibility, equality and diversity within the built environment industry.