Conservation, Adaptation and Maintenance of the Built Environment


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Most construction professionals will work on historic buildings during their career as 25% of the UK building stock is pre-1919. This CPD encompasses some of the presentations from 2019’s annual CIOB conference on the conservation, adaption and restoration of our built environment, with a particular focus on quality and standards in the heritage sector.

  • Building Regulations – Debunking the Truths & Myths
    • Gary Cass, Managing Director, ICW Technical Services
  • Battersea Power Station: Conservation, Adaptation and Maintenance
    • David Hills, Partner Architect, Purcell
  • Changing the Perception of Apprenticeships
    • Marie-Theres Sobik, International Trade Advisor, Dusseldorf Chamber of Crafts and Skilled Trades
    • Steve Clarke, Contracts Director for Coniston Limited
  • The Heritage Paradox: Can buildings with a long history attract new diverse talent?
    • Mike Coleman, Operations Director, Sir Robert McAlpine
    • Hannah Prowse, Pre-Construction Manager, Sir Robert McAlpine
  • Darlington Hippodrome & Theatre Hullabaloo
    • Sean McNicholas, CMYA 2018 Gold Medal Winner, Willmott Dixon
    • Dr David Wilmore, Founder, Theatresearch
  • Q&A Session Chaired by Professor Charles Egbu, CIOB President 2018/2019

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Members gain 1 CIOB CPD points when you reflect on the ethical aspects of your learning from this activity.


Themes: Conservation


Sustainable Construction and Development



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