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BSRIA announces speakers for Smarter Ways to Better Buildings

Sir Matthew Pinsent is one of the speakers for this year’s BSRIA Briefing at The Brewery on 14th November

The event focus will review how services in the built environment increasingly require integrated solutions.

In a statement BSRIA said: “There is a need for designers, builders and installers to work more collaboratively and engage in new technologies and processes in order to supply the UK with the working solutions needed in a low carbon future.

Speakers will be discussing how smart technologies are impacting the design, construction and operational phases of a building; it will look at some of the technical and commercial opportunities and barriers combined with the psychological issues surrounding their introduction and implementation. The event will also focus on the need to make both engineers and users smarter to really deliver the expected results.

Latest confirmed speakers for the event are:

  • Briefing Chair Julia Evans, CEO BSRIA (at time of event)
  • Munish Datta, Head of Facilities Management & Plan A, Marks & Spencer
  • Professor David Philp, Head of BIM, Mace Group, also Head of BIM HM Government BIM Task Group
  • Philip Ross, CEO UnGrouIan Orme, Sustainable Construction Group, Team Leader, BSRIA

BSRIA is also pleased to announce that the after dinner speaker is Sir Matthew Pinsent CBE, four times Olympic Gold Medalist and ten times World Championship Gold Medalist.”

For more information about the event or to find out about early bird booking opportunities and sponsorship/exhibitor opportunities visit www.bsria.co.uk/goto/briefing14 or contact events@bsria.co.uk or 01344 465512.

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