Rics Construction Conference

Members of the TSL team recently attended the RICS QS & Construction Industry Conference in London.  The day’s guest speakers gave a fundamentally interesting insight into where the industry is heading and how we as a company can prepare for the upcoming changes expected within the industry.

Key points were discussed on procurement methods, whole-life costing, delay analysis, professional ethics for surveyors and also a very informative panel discussion that everyone was involved in. We believe that attending these events gives us a fantastic opportunity to refresh our continually growing knowledge of the industry to help us better serve our clientele and manage ourselves as a more efficiently as a company.

Guest Speakers included:

Dr David Mosey, Government Mentor, Two Stage Open Book Tendering Trial Project

Martin Davis, Government Mentor, Integrated Project Insurance Trial Project

Vaughan Burnand, Government Mentor, Cost Led Procurement Trial Project

Dr Andrew Ross, Subject Head of Surveying – School of the Built Environment, Liverpool John Moores University

Alan Muse, Global Director – QS and Construction Professional Group, RICS

Julia Evans, Chief Executive, BSRIA

Rachel Dick, Senior Consultant – Bespoke Data Products, Business Cost Information Service

Donnie MacNicol, Director, Team Animation

Amanda Clack, Partner & Head of Infrastructure, EY and President Elect, RICS

Richard Saxon CBE, Chairman, Joint Contracts Tribunal

Dr David Aldridge, Executive Director, Acutus

If you would like to book your own place at the next conference visit www.rics.org

Photograph credit: Amanda Clack

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