Events Diary

Tue
05
Mar

Futurebuild 2019

Description

Meeting challenges and making the commitments

The challenge is on to ensure that the world has a sustainable future. For this, our industry can influence the resilience, sustainability and quality of homes, buildings and elements of infrastructure and cities. Global scientific evidence and strategies, such as the UN Sustainable Development Goals, are giving a clear message: it is now time to think the unthinkable to make change happen.

The ecobuild conference will equip architects and designers, consultants and constructors, and public and private sector clients to tackle the industry’s most pressing challenges. From housebuilding to cities, and build quality to leadership, the conference will share insights and learning from industry experts.

Conference sessions will be collaborative forums where participants will develop action plans for change, proposing actions for a more sustainable future for our buildings, communities and industry.

Alongside the conference, there will be the Futurebuild Hubs, offering ideas, innovation and knowledge in seminars and exhibits on the key themes of: buildings, energy, interiors, materials, offsite, waste and the circular economy and urban infrastructure.

If construction businesses and the communities, cities and regions in which they work are to thrive into the future, it is imperative that we adjust our mindsets and think the unthinkable. The ecobuild conference is the platform for industry to plan and deliver the change.

Venue
ExCeL, London
Date(s)
5th - 7th March 2019
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Wed
20
Mar

IHEEM AE Conference 2019

Description

Maintaining patient safety is recognised as an essential component that every healthcare professional should have as their top priority.

In recognition of the importance of this, through a series of presentations and discussions, the conference will look at ‘The role of the Authorising Engineer in Maintaining Patient Safety’.

Who should attend?

Previous attendees included:

Senior Policy and Strategy Lead (Hard FM), Principal Engineer, Medical Engineering Training and Risk Specialist, Director, Sector Lead – Industrial, General Manager, Project Engineer, Training Manager, Authorising Engineer, Director of Training, Business Development Manager, Head of Operational Estates and Facilities Services, Legionella Risk Consultant, Managing Director, Estates Compliance Officer, Senior Decontamination Engineer, Deputy Director of Estates & Facilities, Learning and Development Manager, Head of Engineering & Quality, Health, Safety & Environment, Chief Executive, Associate.

Why you should attend

  • Programme featuring leading expert speakers from across the UK's healthcare estates sector
  • Share best practice and knowledge
  • Opportunity to network with key industry stakeholders
  • Raise your profile within the healthcare estates sector
  • Invest in your career development
  • Enhance your CPD by ensuring that you are kept informed of the latest guidance for your role
  • Develop new business leads
  • Learn more about IHEEM and the work being undertaken by the Institute
  • Gain understanding of the key changes to guidance and how this affects you and your healthcare estate
Venue
Birmingham
Date(s)
20th March
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Thu
16
May

HEFMA Leadership Forum 2019

Description

 

  • Learn more about the industry’s latest services and product innovations from our leading exhibitors.
  • Celebrate the success of the 2019 HEFMA Awards Winners at our glittering ceremony.

The convenient location of the venue offers excellent transport links for rail, air and road, making it easy for forum delegates and exhibition visitors to attend.

Venue
Doncaster Racecourse
Date(s)
16th - 17th May
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Tue
21
May

Design In Mental Health conference 2019

Description

Design in Mental Health is the only UK event to focus on the design of mental health facilities with a clear focus on creating calm therapeutic environments for the benefit of patients and staff alike.

Both conference and exhibition are well attended by NHS trusts and private healthcare providers alongside architects and contractors who design and build the facilities that they manage every day.

This provides suppliers with a truly focused audience of senior decision makers turning the event into the ideal platform for the launch of new products and services tailored to these unique environments.

Venue
Ricoh Arena, CV6 6AQ
Date(s)
21st - 22nd May 2019
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Tue
18
Jun

Facilities Show 2019

Description

Facilities Show is one of Europe’s leading facilities management events, taking place 18-20 June 2019 at ExCeL London.

The yearly exhibition and conference welcomes facilities management professionals from around the world.

Facilities Show 2018 was the most successful show to date and welcomed a 7% increase in visitor numbers. Overall, 24% of attendees had an annual purchasing budget of over £1 million and 18,533 leads were generated at Facilities Show 2018 with an average of 84 per exhibitor.

To see all the details of this year’s success, view the exhibition’s growth and access more statistics, download the official Facilities Show 2019 Event 

Venue
ExCeL, London
Date(s)
18th - 20th June 2019
Contact
Louise Wilson
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Web
Wed
26
Jun

Health+Care 2019

Description

he home for Health, Care and Digital professionals!

Health+Care prides itself on being the largest integrated event of its kind, building relationships between commissioners, providers and suppliers.

The event is a rare opportunity for colleagues from across the NHS, local government, care homes and the voluntary sector to come together on an equal footing to network, collaborate and share learning around implementing change.

With a comprehensive programme that will not only give you an overview of what the future looks like for you and  those you care for, but unlike any other conference, we will focus on giving you the tools to make changes NOW, helping you shape the future or your organisation.

Venue
Excel, London
Date(s)
26th - 27th June
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Tue
08
Oct

Healthcare Estates 2019

Description

To create high-quality patient environments, you need the right products, services and equipment. You will find them in the Healthcare Estates exhibition, which features over 200 exhibiting companies who supply the UK healthcare sector.

You also need the right information, ideas, answers and attitudes. That’s what the Healthcare Estates Exhibition and Conference is all about – two days of authoritative content, giving you the complete technical, practical, professional and political framework in which to make effective decisions.

You want to know you’re doing things right. This is the right place to begin.

Healthcare Estates is the unrivalled platform for Estate Managers, Directors, Facilities Managers etc to network with industry colleagues while sourcing and specifying the latest healthcare products and services.

By visiting the event you can:

  • Meet over 200 exhibitors and source the latest information for products and services
  • Find what you need to help tackle the day to day issues that you face in your role
  • Meet existing and new suppliers to get a true assessment of the market
  • Bring yourself up to speed on the issues that could affect your business
  • Take advantage of the FREE TWO DAY EXHIBITION PROGRAMME and benefit from the advice and expert opinions from industry leaders
Venue
Manchester Central, Petersfield, M2 3GX
Date(s)
8th - 9th October 2019
Contact
+44(0)1892518877
Email
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Upcoming Events

Futurebuild 2019

ExCeL, London
5th - 7th March 2019

IHEEM AE Conference 2019

Birmingham
20th March

HEFMA Leadership Forum 2019

Doncaster Racecourse
16th - 17th May

Design In Mental Health conference 2019

Ricoh Arena, CV6 6AQ
21st - 22nd May 2019

Facilities Show 2019

ExCeL, London
18th - 20th June 2019

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