Catch up on-demand!
Construction News' first ever virtual conference, Decarbonising Construction, took place on 29-30 September 2020 and was a huge success with over 300 industry leading attendees coming together on our virtual platform to learn, share knowledge and ideas so that we can all work together to deliver a net zero carbon industry by 2050.
This conference provides an opportunity to learn how net zero targets will impact your role in the short to long-term, and you can gain innovative ideas from across the industry which can help you reduce carbon in the way you design, build and maintain assets today.
You will find out what major clients are doing to decarbonise construction through better procurement, design, construction and life cycle management, and to hear about innovative solutions that can be applied to your project.
If you missed out on any sessions or simply want to rewatch any talks, don't forget you can still access your Swapcard virtual profile and utilise the on-demand features on offer. For new registrations, you now have one month to secure your pass. A member of our events team will then be in touch with your Swapcard details giving you access to all content sessions.
Learn how the industry can work together to deliver the net zero carbon target by 2050
Take a look at this year’s line-up of incredible speakers who will be delivering our exciting programme
If you missed out on the conference, don't forget you can still secure your pass to gain access to any sessions and utilise all the on-demand features on offer.
Decarbonising Construction is a virtual event bringing together decision makers from across the supply chain to share ideas which can help you reduce carbon in the way you design, build and maintain assets today.
Why you should be involved:
Lead the conversation to network with clients, contractors, consultants, suppliers and manufacturers as the industry becomes more cautious with environmental issues in construction and onsite.
Hear from industry leaders about what they are looking for from those involved in the design process, ensuring minimal carbon is designed into projects.