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 05-07 March 2019 / ExCeL, London

ecobuild

Ecobuild

Waste

Waste

Offsite

Offsite

Urban Infrastructure

Urban Infrastructure

Materials

Materials

Energy

Energy

Buildings

Buildings

Interiors

Interiors

Ecobuild

Ecobuild

Ecobuild

ecobuild Conference: Time for Action

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Meeting challenges and making the commitments

The challenge is on to ensure that the world has a sustainable future. For this, our industry can influence the resilience, sustainability and quality of homes, buildings and elements of infrastructure and cities. Global scientific evidence and strategies, such as the UN Sustainable Development Goals, are giving a clear message: it is now time to think the unthinkable to make change happen.

The ecobuild conference will equip architects and designers, consultants and constructors, and public and private sector clients to tackle the industry’s most pressing challenges. From housebuilding to cities, and build quality to leadership, the conference will share insights and learning from industry experts.

Conference sessions will be collaborative forums where participants will develop action plans for change, proposing actions for a more sustainable future for our buildings, communities and industry.

Alongside the conference, there will be the Futurebuild Hubs, offering ideas, innovation and knowledge in seminars and exhibits on the key themes of: buildings, energy, interiors, materials, offsite, waste and the circular economy and urban infrastructure.

If construction businesses and the communities, cities and regions in which they work are to thrive into the future, it is imperative that we adjust our mindsets and think the unthinkable. The ecobuild conference is the platform for industry to plan and deliver the change.

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Challenges and responses – what is our action plan?

The 2030 Challenge

What you can be doing – individually and in collaboration - to help meet all the UN Sustainable Development Goals and UK government commitments.

The Health & Wellbeing Challenge

The factors that can put health and wellbeing at the heart of building design, helping to benefit human wellbeing and productivity and reduce demand on the NHS.

The Housing Challenge

Land valuation, home ownership, family living: such historic and cultural practices are being thrown into question by the housing crisis.

The Construction Leadership Challenge

Applying innovative technology and techniques to deliver homes, major buildings and infrastructure and transform our industry under the Construction Sector Deal.

The Urban Challenge

Cities are where some of our challenges can be most daunting. With a majority of the population living in cities, it will be enlightened cities that can contribute to a liveable future

The Climate Change Challenge

If the world is to limit the impacts of climate change then construction needs to step up and build net positive. Can you make a climate pledge?

The Retrofit Challenge for Housing

The behaviour change, deep retrofits and market models needed to transform existing homes – and ways to make them happen.

The Environment Challenge

How environmental protections can and should be strengthened and enhanced in post-Brexit Britain.

The Quality Challenge

How the industry can deliver long term value and sustainable performance by focusing on building better buildings. 

The Circular Economy Challenge

Applying innovative technology and techniques to deliver homes, major buildings and infrastructure and transform our industry under the Construction Sector Deal.

The Future Challenge

Reinforcing the connections between education, skills, research and professional standards to develop the future workforce we need.

The Commitment Challenge for the Industry 

It’s time to move beyond words and show leadership to respond to the climate crisis. What commitments will you or your organisation make?

3,155
conference
attendees

17%
increase in
conference
attendance

80+
industry expert
speakers

160+
hours of CPD
training

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