MEB Design Architects Kent office are co-hosting an event on Thursday 19th March in Churchill Square, ME19.
The construction industry is feeling good about the future, with more than 80% of respondents in a survey conducted by Construction Enquirer and the Build Show reporting a positive outlook for their business over the next 18 months. In an encouraging set of results for the industry, the overwhelming majority of respondents felt that business would pick up somewhat over the coming months, with a further 16% expecting conditions to remain the same.
CO-WORKING IN CONSTRUCTION
In construction, teams of professionals and contractors are brought together for each project, working to meet the needs of the client and deliver quality buildings on time and within budget. Legislation plays an important part in determining how this will take part as do a number of other drivers, often initiated by Government.
BUILDING YOUR WAY OUT OF THE RECESSIONARY TIMES?
Join us for a lunchtime discussion about CDM 2015 and how the changes to House Building Standards proposed in the housing review will affect you in 2015….
For anyone who has witnessed recessionary times you will know that bouncing back can be complex and not as easy as the headlines lead you to believe! Working together to align core teams allows for professionals to buddy-up and develop a stronger-together approach in winning …
Hear keynote speaker Geoff Wilkinson, from Wilkinson Construction, talk about how these changes may affect your business. Join companies like MEB Design and for a good meeting of minds to discover the useful contacts to be made at GROWth Kings Hill.
GROWth Kings Hill provides a great opportunity to meet construction related companies for potential collaboration, as experienced by L&J Projects and Box Clever Engineering both based at Churchill Square.
An event not to be missed if you are part of Kent’s future in bouncing back from the slowdown….
Join the buzz – the more opinions the better making this event perfect for:
Book today on the link below to avoid disappointment, its FREE and includes lunch.