8 March 2019

Birmingham serves as the perfect location for launch of NFB's Regional Construction Forum

We are delighted to announce that places are now available for our new free to attend Regional Construction Forum (RCF).

Construction experts and influential industry figures within the sector will gather in Birmingham to attend the launch of the National Federation of Builders’ (NFB) RCF. The RCFs are local networking and critical construction information events, which will address topical issues and challenges faced by the industry.

The RCF will be a highly interactive event, with sessions that bring everyone together around broad themes and a variety of sessions focused on topics and initiatives. The NFB aims to create an interactive and informal space for dialogue and ideas, which moves beyond silos or simple presentations for research findings. 

The forums are designed to inform, engage and give businesses a commercial advantage, by bringing together clients and professionals who are keen to learn from one another and extend their networks of business contacts.

Construction forums will be held at various locations across the country. Members of the NFB and non members are invited to attend these free events. Light refreshments will be available at each forum, as well as the opportunity to network.

Details of the RCF:

Date: Tuesday 21 May 2019

Venue: Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Birmingham

Timing: TBC

Complimentary refreshments included upon arrival, plus a buffet lunch

Guest speakers and topics include:

  • Tim Whitehall, managing director at Project Five Consulting – how to make your business resilient
  • Speaker tbc: RICS – how the Midland’s has changed from a surveyor’s perspective
  • Speaker tbc: Snowhill Development – BAM project/WMCA
  • Neil Carney, project director for Birmingham Commonwealth Games – plans for the development around the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games 

Catherine Windibank, business development manager at Richard Jackson Ltd and Midlands chair of the NFB, said:

“We are excited to be launching these new forums across the country and to be holding our first construction forum here in Birmingham. The RCFs will provide a series of keynote speakers who will be giving advice on important legislation changes or new business opportunities such as frameworks or projects. What’s really important is that these events will provide business critical information and are free to attend, so we encourage you to book your place today.”

For more information and to reserve your place for the RCF visit: www.builders.org.uk/events/midlands-regional-construction-forum-birmingham/ 

For sponsorship opportunities please email: marketing@builders.org.uk