Our next Supply Chain Networking Event is on ‘Smart Demolition’

Our next Supply Chain Networking Event  is on ‘Smart Demolition’  – Planning for Decommissioning, Thursday 26th September, 9.00am – 5.00pm, Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds

Join us for a day of presentations, a networking lunch, exhibition, 1 to 1 Appointments and Royal Armouries Museum Tour

Attendees will benefit from:

  • Learning about effective models and planning for D & D projects
  • Cost schedule & time efficiencies in D & D
  • New Innovations
  • Skills, as well as information on the new Demolition Masters Degree from Wolverhampton University
  • Hearing about new & existing D & D projects for the supply chain to get involved in
  • Fantastic networking opportunities including 1 to 1 appointments with key operators and tier 1 contractors
  • Lunch & a complimentary tour around the Royal Armouries Museum.

About this event:
The Demolition of structures or buildings can sometimes be referred to as Decommissioning, and these two elements often coincide and collaborate on large scale projects.

Decommissioning can be defined in different ways by different organisations but predominantly it refers to the work involved in the scheduled shut-down and ceasing of the operations of Industrial, Chemical, Petrochemical, Power or Nuclear facilities.

Decommissioning principally encompasses a detailed process and, like the demolition works that often follow on such projects, requires defined surveying, planning and management throughout the scope of the project, which can often go on for many years.

Our supply chain event will focus on some of the core topics involved in the demolition and decommissioning of industrial sites, oil & gas platforms and nuclear plants. Delegates will hear from key operators and the supply chains across the various sectors. There will be some interesting presentations, a small exhibition and networking lunch, as well as 1 to 1 appointments with some top tier organisations who may well be in need of your products and services, to help them meet their demolition and decommissioning objectives and responsibilities. Find out more and book here.

Costs to get involved
£160 delegate non- member

£130 delegate member

£350 exhibition space member

£350 exhibition space non-member

£3,000 sponsorship

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