The BIG Biodiversity Challenge is an initiative to raise awareness of how biodiversity needs to become a key component within the construction industry, as an integrated part of planning and delivering projects.
The BIG Biodiversity Challenge continues to be recognised as the number one industry initiative for delivering biodiversity within construction and the built environment. Since its launch in 2013, the challenge has grown considerably and attracts organisations from a wide range of stakeholder groups.
For more information on the 2019 BIG Biodiversity Challenge please refer to www.bigchallenge.info
Attendees at this webinar will:
- Hear case studies from previous award winning entries
- Receive application tips from a BIG Biodiversity judge
- Ask your questions during a live Q&A
12:30 CIRIA Introduction
12:35 BIG Biodiversity Champion 2018
Southern Strategic Support Main
Jamie Edmonds, Environmental Manager, Kier Utilities
12:45 Innovation Award winner 2018
Various London Boroughs, schools, community groups,
wildlife organisations, RSPB, Buglife
Green Roof Shelters
Duncan Kramer, Director & Designer, Green Roof Shelters Ltd
12:55 Project of the year - Small Scale Award winner 2018
Bourne Business Park riverside Garden
Andrew Derry, LaSalle Investment Management
13:05 BIG Judges’ tips to enter the Challenge
Rosie Whicheloe, London Wildlife Trust
BIG Biodiversity Challenge Awards sponsors
Who should attend
Architects, Clients, Consultants, Contractors, Developers, House Builders, Local Authorities, Regulators, Ecologists, Landscape architects and anyone with an interest in the environment and biodiversity.
1 May 2019
12:30 - 13:30
Free for ALL attendees
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