How will buildings be delivered in ten years time? With Professor Hisham Elkadi
A Holmes Noble construction sector discussion evening with Professor Hisham Elkadi & the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce.
Discussion Topic: How will buildings be delivered in ten years’ time?
Date: Tuesday 19th July 2016
Location: Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce private dining room, Elliot House,151 Deansgate, Manchester. M3 3WD
The North West is a significant, expanding market for the UK economy and the next decade promises to be a game-changing time for the region. Overseas investors have ploughed in £1.4 billion as they recognise the benefits of the Northern Powerhouse and the growth opportunities to be found here, to which property and infrastructure will be key.
Holmes Noble’s practice for Energy & Infrastructure, will be joined by guest speaker, Professor Hisham Elkadi the Dean School of the Built Environment University of Salford. Hisham will address the group with the topic of ‘How will buildings be delivered in ten years’ time?’ This will be followed by an open questions and answers session.
Hisham is internationally regarded as a thought leader in the construction market, an author of 5 books, he has established a sound research network on both national and international levels in the subject of urban ecology. He led the art & architecture theme in a EU FP6 Network of Excellence, and works on other national and international grants related to regeneration of mid cities, and urban ecology. He acted as an invited external examiner at many Universities including Harvard Graduate School of Design, the Universities of Toronto, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Nottingham and is also a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and a Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
The event will offer an unrivalled opportunity to share opinions and forge new relationships with key decision-makers, influencers and senior business leaders from the construction community.
We look forward to welcoming delegates on Tuesday 19th July for what promises to be a highly informative event.