London Build 2015 with Oliver Kinross

The London Construction Awards 2015 will be held on June 18th at the O2, on the evening of Day One of the London Build Expo. The Awards will be recognising achievements by those that have played a defining role in delivering exceptional quality, innovation and service in driving the London construction industry forwards. The awards will be judged by a selection of leading figures in the sector, including:

  • Joanna Streeten, Director, AECOM
  • Adam Endacott, PR Director, CIAT
  • David Kitcatt, Vice President, CABE
  • Alex Mortimer FFB, Strategic Business & Organisational Development, Change Management, Director, Ambassador and Chairman, Forum for Build Environment
  • David Martin, Senior Partner, Good Relations Property Senior Representative, National Federation of Builders
  • Julia Evans, Chief Executive, BSRIA
  • David Philp, Head of BIM, MSc Bsc FRICS FCIOB FCInstECS FGBC, UK BIM Task Group
  • Paul Neto, Regional Director – London, Building Division, Vinci Construction UK Limited

The evening features a Gala Dinner, exclusive presentations from industry leaders, a wide-array of live entertainment, and comedy-sets from celebrity acts.

London Build 2015 is the leading new construction exhibition to focus on the construction boom in London and the South of England. The event will take place at the O2 London, accommodating 200+ international exhibitors and thousands of quality attendees showcasing the latest projects, developments, investment and opportunities in and around the Capital.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a CPD accredited conferences and 24+ training workshops featuring over 50 top level speakers. Some of our recently confirmed speakers include:

  • Balfour Beatty – Dr Paul Toyne, Head of Sustainability
  • Crossrail – Simon Wright, Programme Director
  • Greater London Authority – Jamie Ratcliff, Assistant Director Programme, Policy and Services, Business Support Unit – Housing and Land
  • London Construction Programme – David Mulford, Construction Procurement Manager
  • Thames Tideway Tunnel – Peter Shipley, Programme Director
  • Transport for London – Nigel Hardy, TfL Surface Transport, Head of Road Space Management Sponsorship
  • UK Green Building Council Richard Griffiths Senior Policy and Campaigns Consultant