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Join us for a live panel discussion focusing on the new marketing landscape and why construction product manufacturers must adapt their marketing strategies to stay competitive. Robin Cordy (Marketing Director at NBS) will chair the session, joined by a panel of industry experts to discuss aspects of the digital marketing mix and why an integrated digital marketing strategy and approach is so important, to achieve maximum exposure.
Join our live panel discussion about the future of the construction industry post-COVID-19. Richard Waterhouse (Chief Strategy Officer, NBS) will chair the session and will be joined by a panel of industry experts to discuss a range of topics, including:
Join Sarah Susman, Head of Technical Development at Scott Brownrigg Architects, and Roland Finch, Technical Author at NBS, for the fifth webinar of the Plan of Work 2020 series. The session will focus on the health and safety strategy and how to deliver this through the specification project stages.
Join Patrick Crocock, Specification Lead at AHMM and Paul Swaddle Head of Technical Solutions at NBS for the fourth webinar of the Plan of Work 2020 series.They will focus on specification, including practical examples that can generate information exchanges required by the RIBA Plan of Work.
Join Gary Clark, Principal at HOK, and Michele Lucarelli, Technical Content Quality Assurance Manager at NBS, as they demonstrate and share practical examples to ensure that sustainable outcomes can be achieved. During the session we will demonstrate how to use the RIBA Plan of Work 2020 as a guide to the delivery of sustainable buildings
Hear the latest on the state of BIM across the industry, including how Uniclass and the new ISO 19650 series are defining BIM as a process.