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Wood From Beginning to End - Bidging the Supply Chain

Tuesday 11 October 9.30am. Wood from beginning to end - bridging the supply chain.

This morning session will look at some of the issues affecting the increased use of wood in construction. Topics under discussion will range from the shortage of timber education in our universities, to an analysis of the barriers to specifying wood and a judges’ eye view of the exceptional quality of projects entered for the 2011 Wood Awards.

Chaired by Roddy Langmuir of Edward Cullinan Architects and with speakers from across the industry including:
Michael Morrison – Partner, Purcell Miller Tritton Architects & Chair of Judges, Wood Awards
Phil Clark – Digital & Audience Director, UBM Media
Michael Herrmann – Senior Lecturer Sustainability, Kingston University
Dr Andrew Pitman - Technical Manager, TRADA Technology
Andrew Wylie – Structural Engineer, Buro Happold
Ben Randall – Partner, Randall & Simmonds Chartered Quantity Surveyors
John White – CEO, Timber Trade Federation

Lunch is included.
Free to attend. Booking is essential.Get full details and book your place here.

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