The Studio, 51 Lever Street, Manchester, M1 1FN
9am – 1pm
The Construction Industry Council, with the support of NHS England, are hosting five half day healthcare specific events across the country. The purpose of the events are to promote both quality and efficiency of healthcare projects. This will be done by sharing of best practice of projects from the UK and the best practice from overseas.
The events will also be an opportunity for attendees to seek further clarification on the use and impact of ‘Design Quality Indicator’ (DQI) on their NHS business approval process and also on ‘BIM’ on their employers requirements and deliverables.
Booking info: The events are invitation only, to express your interest to attend this event and for more information please contact Danielle Durbauree, email@example.com
Agenda – tbc
- Jim Chapman – James Chapman Architect, DQI Facilitator – The importance of DQI and experiences on health projects
- Ralf Mosler – Autodesk – The Future of How Healthcare Buildings are made – BIM Opportunities in Healthcare (Improving Patient Care and Addressing Business Challenges)
- David Kershaw – P21+ & Rosemary Jenssen – Jenssen Architecture Ltd and Kier’s P21+ GCS PR representative; How NHS Trusts are improving Patient outcomes whilst reducing the cost of construction through use of Repeatable Rooms and Standard Components – delivered via BIM and an innovative iPad application.
Events are sponsored by