3 November 202208:30 - 10:30
47-58 Bastwick St,
London EC1V 3PS
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The built environment is undergoing a profound shift. The aftershocks of a global pandemic, climate change, economic instability and disruptive technologies are reshaping the places and spaces in which we live, travel and work.
These changes make it more important than ever to empower innovative minds in structural engineering and give them the freedom to adopt new approaches and techniques. Our panel of experts will explore how structural engineers can embrace operational, data and financial strategies to help them work smarter and leverage new sources of funding.
The briefing will begin with a light breakfast followed by a panel discussion chaired by Tim Fitch. After the initial discussion, the chair will invite the audience to ask the panellists questions and share their thoughts. The event will conclude with a short informal networking session and discussion.
Tim Fitch has extensive civil engineering leadership experience, gained particularly in the geotechnical and rail sectors. In 2011 Tim founded Invennt with Brendan Morahan. Tim leads the business development practice for Invennt and operates in the UK, Canada and Ireland.
Sree Vinayak is an experienced engineer who believes in the systematic use of data and technology in creating value through construction. As a Consultant at Invennt, Vinayak uses data to enable effective decision making for his clients and helps in developing and implementing systems and processes for sustained profitability and growth.
Marc Easton is an Associate with ten years’ experience currently working at Arup. He has experience of working on a large range of projects on both global and regional scales and holds a trusted advisor role with many leading global architecture firms. Marc is an Executive Board Member of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat in the UK.
Kelly Harrison is a dynamic leader in the industry’s move to sustainable construction and a Director at Whitby Wood. She is excels in the design of mass timber and hybrid structures, refurbishment and retro-fitting, adaptations, and extensions, and working in heritage contexts. She is currently partnering with UK FIRES and University of Bath for a PhD focused on minimising the carbon footprint of refurbishing existing buildings.
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