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Thu, 23 Jun


New Zealand High Commission

The built environment of tomorrow

Discover what the London skyline will look like ten years from now, and what role will prefabrication and offsite manufacturing play in creating the built environment of tomorrow.

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The built environment of tomorrow
The built environment of tomorrow

Time & Location

23 Jun 2022, 14:00 – 18:00 BST

New Zealand High Commission, Haymarket, St. James's, London SW1Y 4TE, UK


About the event

Join Howick and a small and select group of the industry’s foremost experts at STEEL HORIZONS | LONDON 2022,, for an afternoon of stimulating discussion at the New Zealand High Commission, The Penthouse suite, New Zealand House in London, on Thursday, 23 June, 2pm to 5pm. The venue is iconic, the views are spectacular and the insights you gain will be priceless.

This exclusive  event will feature guest speakers, representing a range of leading-edge construction disciplines and providing international as well as UK perspectives on the industry:

  • Dave Cooper, Co-founder & Host of Dave Cooper Live - Out from behind the mic: A global view on innovation in the built environment
  • Chun Qing Li (Lee), Founder and CVO of KREOD – Digital Master Builders, using design, innovation technology      and Intelligent Automation (IA) to create changes in the AEC space
  • Scott Mitchell, Founder of STUD-IO - Computational Construction and pushing the boundaries of light steel fabrication to unlock capabilities and explore innovative uses in complex construction projects
  • Nicola Moriarty, Director of Structural & Civil at Bryden Wood - The Forge – an inside look on the platform approach of DfMA – the successes and lessons learnt

Attendees will have the opportunity to put questions to our experts following each session. Drinks and hors d'oeuvres will follow during which time you can mingle with like-minded peers in the industry, and chat with our presenters while enjoying panoramic views across central London.

Seating is strictly limited and registrations close as soon as we reach capacity.

*** Please note that there is a planned rail strike but the tube network is unaffected on the 23rd. Our advice is to find your way to the end of a tube line and travel in to the centre by tube***

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