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MMC’s impact from design to whole lifecycle

Join us at our 2nd annual virtual conference dedicated to the offsite sector and the opportunities for Modern Methods of Construction (MMC). With awareness of MMC continuing to grow, this conference will focus on MMC’s impact from design to whole lifecycle and how we can overcome the challenges and barriers to wider adoption and implementation.

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CIRIA is currently unable to directly process your transaction if you are purchasing from the EU/EEA region. If you wish to book onto this event please email your request to [email protected] and we will respond in the first instance.

Background
MMC represents the fastest growing area of construction, and has been hailed as a viable way to address the UK’s housing crisis and provide sustainable construction solutions in other sectors such as infrastructure.

However, despite its numerous benefits, barriers persist ranging from lack of industry standardisation, upfront investment and access to funding, availability of materials, to lack of stakeholder engagement including architects and designers.

This conference will shine the spotlight on:
how MMC is helping to achieve net zero targets on projects
MMC’s contribution to rethinking ‘value’ and whole life cycle including design and
maintenance
the role of MMC in delivering transport and logistical solutions
financial incentives for innovating through MMC.

In association with:


Sponsorship opportunities
For more information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Susan Richards.

Why attend
Discover how MMC construction helps achieve net zero carbon targets and
decarbonises the built environment.
Hear how MMC makes it easier to design, construct, maintain, repair and
repurpose assets across the whole lifecycle.
Understand the challenges for transport and logistics, and how MMC's approach to
digitisation and data is offering solutions.
Learn about access to funding challenges for MMC projects and how recognised
industry assurance schemes are mitigating the risks.
Earn valuable CPD.

Who should attend
Manufacturers, architects and designers, clients, consultants, contractors, academics and students, material suppliers, local authorities, procurement managers, environmental and sustainability managers, regulators, research organisations, and government bodies.

When
Wednesday 23 March 2022
09:15 – 13:15 GMT

Programme
Click here to view the full programme and speaker line up. Sessions include:

Keynote address: Transforming the construction process
UK Research and Innovation

How Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) is helping to achieve net zero
targets on projects
Environment Agency, University of Leeds, Supply Chain Sustainability School
and NG Bailey

MMC’s contribution to rethinking ‘value’ and whole lifecycle including design and
maintenance
Homes England, Elkins Construction, National Highways, Connection Crew CIC

The role of MMC in delivering transport and logistical solutions
BRE Construction innovation Hub, WS Transportation, BAM Nuttall

Financial incentives for innovating through MMC
Building Societies Association, Vista Insurance Brokers, Access2Funding,
Faithful+Gould and Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance

Fees
Buildoffsite members: Free to attend
CIRIA members: £50 + VAT
Non-members: £100 + VAT

Booking
Please sign in or create an account to register online for this event.
If you are experiencing issues registering online, please complete and return the booking form to James Nguyen.
Alternatively please email [email protected]

Joining instructions will be sent 10 days before the event. The link to attend the webinar is strictly personal and should not be shared.

Terms and Conditions
Click here for details of our terms and conditions that will apply.
Personal data is gathered in accordance with CIRIA's privacy policy.

Further information
For further information on CIRIA membership and other services, please contact:
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.ciria.org
When
3/23/2022 9:15 AM - 1:15 PM
GMT Standard Time
Where
VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
 
 
 

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