A leading Midlands law firm is once again hosting a key conference for the construction industry –with an impressive line-up of speakers.
Leamington-based law firm Wright Hassall is hosting the annual event, which will take place on Friday, September 27 at the Ricoh Arena and is aimed at business owners, contractors, engineers, quantity surveyors, developers and those in the construction and engineering industry, with top business leaders speaking at the event.
Keynote speakers will detail new innovations and practices for the construction industry and outline their extensive knowledge and history in the sector during the conference, which will run from 8.15am until 1.15pm.
The conference is being run in partnership with the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce, and keynote speakers will include Mark Ryder, Strategic Director for Communities at Warwickshire County Council, and Gareth Jones, Claire Lea and Dinesh Pancholi from Mazars.
Delegates will also hear from Brian Whale from Swisslog, Philip Harris, a Construction Solicitor from Wright Hassall, Tracey Francis, Director at Architects LK2 and Gary Johnson also from LK2.
Speakers will cover a range of topics from building sport and leisure facilities and tax tips for the construction industry to contamination on site and engineering automation for complex projects.
Michael Hiscock, Partner at Wright Hassall said: “We’re thrilled to announce that the Construction Conference is returning again this year, bringing together leaders in the construction and engineering industries to network and hear from our keynote speakers.
“We have some really interesting speakers lined up for the event, so we’re looking forward to hearing them discuss such a wide range of topics across the day.
“This event is perfect for anyone interested in hearing about new practices and developments in the construction industry and more speakers from Gallagher Insurance and RSK Group will be announced soon to complete the line-up.”
"This event is perfect for anyone interested in hearing about new practices and developments in the construction industry"
Michael Hiscock, Partner at Wright Hassall
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