Delivering better buildings for the healthcare sector

Delivering better buildings for the healthcare sector

Explore Offsite Healthcare, a one-day conference and exhibition being held at the NEC, Birmingham, on the 20th September, offers a platform for specifiers and their professional advisers, contractors and project managers, to learn directly from industry experts and discuss the latest offsite construction solutions that will help in delivering the building requirements for the sector.

With the mounting pressures on the healthcare sector making the headlines regularly, innovative solutions are rapidly required to create more hospital and care home facilities. Offsite construction is being hailed as one of the solutions to resolving the capacity issues within the healthcare sector.

Patient, staff and visitor experience is at the heart of successful healthcare projects, and the speakers at Explore Offsite Healthcare will discuss how they have met healthcare provider’s and the NHS Trust’s expectations by delivering sustainable, energy-efficient, low-maintenance and cost-effective contemporary buildings.

Through showcasing examples of the very best of what is being delivered under the Procure 21+ and Procure 22, together with projects outside of these frameworks — this event will demonstrate how exemplar schemes are being delivered through good supply-chain integration, design for manufacture and assembly (DfMA), digital integration and offsite construction strategies.

This conference and exhibition will present case studies of projects that have used offsite technologies to create new, extended or upgraded facilities — in a sensitive and seamless way — to deliver projects on-time and on-budget.

Delivered in partnership with the Department of Health, the speaker line-up at this CPD Certified event, encompasses health care and procurement specialists together with innovators in offsite construction including: Cliff Jones, Head of Construction Procurement Team at the Department of Health, Rosemary Jenssen, Director at Jenssen Architecture, Procure 21+ / Procure 22, John Handscomb, Procurement Lead at Kier Construction, Ken Davie, Head of Offsite & MMC Research at Carillion Plc, Nathalie Meunier, Healthcare Specialist at McAvoy Group and Rob Umphray, Head of BIM & Prime Delivery Partner at Deeo Design & Engineering/BIMwm Framework.

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