The 2018 Building Engineering Services Association Conference has started to take shape with high profile sessions already agreed on the technical implications for contractors of the Hackitt Review and how Brexit will affect the building engineering marketplace; along with a number of ‘meet the buyer’ sessions.
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The one-day conference entitled ‘Engineering the Future’ will take place at the Park Plaza Victoria Hotel in London on November 1 with headline sponsor Milwaukee Tools. It will focus on how building engineering firms can win and deliver projects in a highly disrupted marketplace.
A wide range of expert speakers and political commentators will help delegates focus on the actions companies, of all sizes, should be taking to build resilience into their businesses – including preparing for Brexit.
The air conditioning and refrigeration industries will also be well served by the BESA Conference, which comes at the end of a year that has seen unprecedented upheaval in the refrigerant marketplace. Head of Refcom Graeme Fox will lead a session on The Future of Refrigerants.
More details of speakers and topics will be released in due course, but early bird delegate packages and exhibition areas can be reserved now by visiting: <a href="http://www.thebesaconference.com/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">www.thebesaconference.com</a>