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Built Environment workshop

A great opportunity for academics and industry to meet and discuss effective, sustainable solutions for the Built Environment.

  • 28 Jan 2020, 9.00am to 28 Jan 2020, 4.30pm GMT
  • Apex City of Bath Hotel, Bath, United Kingdom
  • This event is free

This one day event will highlight the range of work being undertaken by academics from the University of Bath, at the BRE* Centre for Innovative Construction Materials, and industry working within the Built Environment.

The day will offer a great opportunity for both academics and industry to meet, discuss challenges, and think about effective solutions for the Built Environment.

The day will be a mixture of presentations, workshop discussions, and a panel discussion with lots of opportunities to network. A networking area will be available to guests and you are invited to host a banner or stand. Register to arrange. Limited space so a designated area is not guaranteed.

Presentations will touch upon 4 themes:

Resources, Infrastructure, Digital Design and the Circular Economy

Please sign up today if you are:

  • an organisation looking to collaborate with the University of Bath or interested in the latest built environment research
  • a Bath academic looking to grow your network of contacts for potential collaborations

You can also join our LinkedIn Bath Built Environment Network group that will provide a hub for individuals and organisations with a common interest in the Built Environment.

*BRE: A world leading building science centre and the authority on all aspects of the built environment. BRE generate new knowledge through research that is used to create products, tools and standards that drive positive change across the built environment. BRE is owned by the BRE Trust, a registered charity, which funds research and education that advances knowledge of the built environment.

Location

Taking place at the Apex City of Bath Hotel


Apex City of Bath Hotel James Street West Bath BA1 2DA United Kingdom

Contact us

Contact Dr Steve Boakes, Industrial Partnerships Managerr in Research and Innovation Services (RIS)