Sustainable Construction ARLI Masterclass

Dates
Wednesday 25 May 2022 (09:00-17:00)
Contact

If you have any questions regarding the event, process or eligibility please contact: ARLI@contacts.bham.ac.uk

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Sustainable Construction

How to make construction more sustainable: a balanced approach to environmental responsibility.

The University of Birmingham invites SME's in the West Midlands to join them as they explore sustainable construction, innovative materials and technologies that will impact the design and build of your buildings.

While businesses from different industry sectors are finding innovative ways to be more environmentally responsible, the construction industry has the greatest opportunity to reduce its carbon impact since it is considered the largest user of global resources. The construction industry is quoted as being responsible for approximately 50% of the worldwide consumption of raw materials and is a significant waste producer. Construction has a huge opportunity to be more sustainable by changing outdated practices and thereby significantly reducing carbon emissions and positively contributing to the circular economy.

Through this masterclass and further support, we will explore sustainable construction and technologies that could benefit your business. Transforming carbon-intensive projects to sustainable, low carbon alternatives. Discussions will be led by subject/Industry specialists and you will leave CPD certification for your attendance.

Topics that will be covered:

• Sustainability in Construction - Groundwork & Main Contractor

• Life cycle Assessment in Construction

• UoB’s Sustainable Campus / AI in construction

• Sustainable Design / Architecture

• Alternative and Innovative Materials

• Waste Management

Full detailed agenda will be provided to eligible attendees after confirmation of space.

PLEASE READ BEFORE REGISTERING:

This masterclass is funded by the European Regional Development Fund and is delivered by ARLI (Alternative Raw Materials with Low Impact) Project at the University of Birmingham. Places are limited and subject to eligibility.

To register your interest please sign up through Eventbrite where you will receive a further email from Docusign with the eligibility forms (please do check your spam folder for this). Once you have filled and returned these through Docusign a member of the ARLI team will contact you to CONFIRM your place on this masterclass.

Please note that an Eventbrite ticket is NOT your confirmation, as this is a funded project eligibility checks must take place before confirming your place.

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