When: 22nd – 23rd November
Where: SECC, Exhibition Way, Glasgow, G3 8YW
Glasgow studio director Christoph Ackermann will give the closing presentation in the architecture forum on the first day of Scotland Build 2017 with a case study of the state of the art Technology and Innovation Centre (TIC) at the University of Strathclyde. The building facilitates research and knowledge exchange activities by incorporating flexible project, meeting and office space, alongside high quality research and laboratory accommodation including cleanrooms, world class equipment, specialist laser optics materials laboratories and high voltage facilities.
Architect associate Lindsey Mitchell is a panellist discussing Towards a Collaborative Workplace at the Women in Construction forum also taking place on the first day of the conference from 3.00 pm in the VIP Forum. As one of the largest employers of female architects, BDP is proud to be a partner of the Women in Architecture Partnership programme in association with the Architects’ Journal and The Architectural Review which supports the campaign to help change the industry for the better, celebrates the best design by female architects from around the world and promotes role models for young women in practice.
Glasgow studio architect Chris Hughes is also taking part as a panellist looking at BIM and the latest technology at 11.00 am on the first day. He will be discussing the latest technology in the design of large scale projects, how to utilise it properly to realise the architect’s vision and collaborate with the construction team.
Scotland Build, now in its third year, is the largest construction expo in the country, dedicated entirely to opportunities in Scotland and attended by contractors, developers, local councils, housing associations, government, designers and solution providers.