CABE Conference set to debate professional excellence
Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE) is delighted to announce its annual two-day conference and exhibition will take place in Manchester on the 3-4 October 2019. Themed Achieving Professional Excellence, the conference will be continuing the conversation of competency, culture and value engineering started last year by Dame Judith Hackitt, with speakers and attendees considering how we create a safe built environment that protects people throughout the building lifecycle.
This prestigious event will be held at the Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel, with the conference covering a wide range of industry related topics from regulatory reform to mental health in construction, along with a detailed technical programme that aims to promote debate and challenge convention.
The conference is delighted to welcome back the Reverend Kevin Fear on day two with his keynote address, Mental Health in Construction – What can we do to improve it? Rev Fear is sure to impress again following the phenomenal response from last year’s attendees when he delivered his session on Professional Responsibility and Construction Ethics. The comprehensive exhibition will be populated with a variety of businesses showcasing many innovative products and services.
The Built Environment Awards will also be presented at the Conference black-tie gala dinner. The awards are a chance to highlight excellence.
The event is a must for all Building Professionals. Representing excellent value for money, the event is priced at only £325 + VAT (CABE Members) £375 + VAT (Non-Members) for the full two day residential package.
Those booking before 31 May 2019 are eligible for a 10% early bird discount.
Click here for more information about CABE’s Annual Conference and Exhibition taking place at the Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel on 03-04 October 2019.