UKCW 2019

NEC BIRMINGHAM   08-10 OCTOBER 2019

 

The UK Construction Week Diversity and Skills Panel addressed key issues on diversity, equality and inclusion in construction. The conclusion? Diversity in construction matters. Why? Because by working together to create a culture of inclusion, the construction skills gap can be filled; creating an environment where people can share knowledge and creativity, help drive recruitment, and build a stronger, better industry for all.

Delegates to the event:

Kath Moore, Managing Director, Women in Construction
Aaron Reid, Head of Sustainable Procurement, BAME representative, Balfour Beatty
Alison Waterworth, HS2 Phase 2B: C232 Reporting and Change Manager, AECOM
Christina Riley, Senior Planner and LGBT Network Co Chair, Balfour Beatty
Peter Finegold, Head of Education and Skills, Policy & Research, IMechE
Harish Bhayani, Senior Partner, PRM Diversity Consultants
Maral Tulip, Architect, RIBA Role Model, xsite architecture LLP
Livia Williams MBA, Head of Operations and Development, Langley Waterproofing Systems Ltd / Women in Roofing (WINR)
Jamie Govier, Managing Director, Easy-Trim Roofing and Construction Products Limited
Damini Sharma, Director, OM Safety Solutions
Sally Cleaver, Group HR and Diversity Manager, Willmott Dixon
Karen McGovern BA (Hons), Dip CIM Marketing & Project Co-ordinator, CIC
Barry Cullen, Diversity & Inclusion Director, RICS
Angela Dapper, Architect & Partner, Denton Corker Marshall
Elizabeth Kavanagh, Head of HR / Head of Innovation and Research, Stride Treglown

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