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UK Construction Week Summits

UK Construction Week Summits

About the Summits

UK Construction Week Summits are educational events for construction professionals which tackle the biggest challenges facing the industry. Our mission is to drive excellence throughout the industry by providing leading conferences full of crucial information, knowledge and tools that individuals require, in order to create change. At UK Construction Week Birmingham, 5-7 October 2021, we will be hosting two summits. The Quality in Construction Summit and the Wellbeing in Construction Summit.

You Ticket includes:

  • Full UK Construction Week Access
  • Free ticket to Grand Designs Live (Wellbeing Summit ticket)

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The Wellbeing in Construction Summit 2021

6th October 2021 at NEC, Birmingham

The Wellbeing in Construction Virtual Summit will take place on 6th October 2021 at NEC Birmingham. Learn, network and share the necessary strategies on ways to improve physical wellbeing, personal and mental ill-health within the workplace and amongst their construction employees. The last 18 months have been a strain on all businesses and their employees. The construction sector had some tough challenges in the realms of mental health before the pandemic.

This one-day conference will tackle some of these key issues head on, with industry leaders and pioneers prepared to discuss and share how we can improve on employee wellbeing in the construction sector.

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The Quality in Construction Summit 2021

7th October at NEC, Birmingham

The quality of our buildings and how we build is something we are all too aware needs to be addressed. Few can dispute the quality of housing needs to improve, and the same can be said for educational buildings, new hospitals, civic buildings and even the leisure sector. This summit addresses the topic head on.

The Quality in Construction Summit will run at Birmingham's NEC on 7th October 2021 and provides a platform for professionals with a remit for quality in the construction sector to learn, share and develop ideas to improve quality levels.

Find out more about the Wellbeing Summit

Learn, network and share the necessary strategies on ways to improve physical wellbeing, personal and mental ill-health within the workplace and amongst their construction employees. The last 18 months have been a strain on all businesses and their employees. The construction sector had some tough challenges in the realms of mental health before the pandemic.

It is also a sector that faces challenges of touch working environments and increased risks to health and safety of its employees.

This one-day conference will tackle some of these key issues head on, with industry leaders and pioneers prepared to discuss and share how we can improve on employee wellbeing in the construction sector.

Your one-day programme sits within the UK’s most important event for the construction sector in the last 18 months, UK Construction Week. With hundreds of exhibitors and other talks programmes on offer, your one-day ticket offers you a compelling one-day conference programme, and the option to attend any other part of UKCW as a VIP Delegate as well. 

What the Summit will give you:

  • Offer a dedicated focus on employee wellbeing within the construction industry
  • Provide an insight of wellbeing and the key components that make up employee wellbeing (mental and physical)
  •  Explore the business benefits of good employee wellbeing
  •  Discuss the role of leadership in embedding a wellbeing culture
  •  Focus on wellbeing strategies
  •  Provide case studies to learn from
  • Offer practical examples

Find out more about the Quality Summit

The quality of our buildings and how we build is something we are all too aware needs to be addressed. Few can dispute the quality of housing needs to improve, and the same can be said for educational buildings, new hospitals, civic buildings and even the leisure sector. This summit addresses the topic head on.

The Quality in Construction Summit will run at Birmingham's NEC on 7th October 2021 and provides a platform for professionals with a remit for quality in the construction sector to learn, share and develop ideas to improve quality levels.

There is much to digest. The Building Safety Bill was published on Monday 5 July 2021 and began its progress through Parliament. The Construction Products Association has released the results of its industry-wide consultation on the new Code for Construction Product Information, taking in feedback from Dame Judith Hackitt’s “Building a safer Future”.

And the CCS have developed The Building a Safer Future Charter, appointed as the Charter’s Administrative Partner by the Early Adopters. This summit gives us the opportunity to discuss this with those who are at the forefront of policy in the UK.

The programme focuses on both strategic and operational issues and the core subjects to be tackled include; digitalising quality, legislative updates, modern methods of construction, fire prevention in the quality process and more. Join top industry experts for this thought-provoking one-day event and learn key takeaway points to develop your quality process and business strategy.

What the Summit will give you:

  • Get up to date on the latest government regulated quality standards surrounding fire safety, health and safety practices and organisational best practice
  • Source products and suppliers for your business in the networking zone
  • CPD points
  • Learn from industry leading experts
  • Invaluable face to face networking opportunities
  • Meet with 100+ like-minded industry professionals
  • Gather in-depth advice and guidance on some of the most pressing issues facing the construction market
  • Learn how to embed quality within your organisation
  • Understand the causes of poor quality and develop tactics for future proofing projects
  • Develop strategies for resolving common quality related problems

How to Book your Tickets

You will need to register for UK Construction Week to book your tickets. During the registration process, you will be asked if you would like to attend the paid for summits during the event. Please select which summits you are interested in.

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