Bringing together construction and property industry experts to expand valuable solutions for adapting the companies to changing climate conditions.
Challenges, opportunities and profits in sustainable construction
The construction environment is responsible for around 25% of global CO2 emissions. Energy-related carbon for building services and carbonate embedded in building materials are among the main factors responsible for the climate disasters we see today.
The company's sustainability is the company's future
Achieving net-zero by 2050 will require buildings and the construction industry to decarbonise three times faster over the next 30 years than the previous 30. The building industry is currently struggling with the problem of the first-mover standoff between policy, financing and projects. To address the remaining carbon, a budget needs to be spent on transformation where an optimized design process is critical to reducing carbon emissions.
The companies that start earlier have a chance to build competencies in sustainability that will allow them to survive in the business and use this situation to thrive and grow.
PBLINK Construction Roundtable
Polish construction firms have an enviable reputation in the UK for quality and value for money. Within the entire construction supply chain, it’s a similar story – Polish architects, engineers, consultants, subcontractors and developers are highly regarded within the industry. Polish building materials and interior fittings have a similar reputation.
Construction Roundtable events will be organized regularly to support their ambition to grow UK green construction businesses. We will touch on a number of important issues for the industry, including sustainability, modular building, decarbonization, innovative technology (VR&AR) and more.
Our mission is to promote diverse entrepreneurs of Construction Firms in the UK, but also to build a platform for all, helping to create opportunities, collaborations and discussions so we can move forward with our business so that the construction industry can better identify trends, significant challenges and profits of sustainability.
Spaces for this event are limited to 30. Tea, coffee and refreshments will be provided
Who is it for?
This is a PBLINK Construction Network event, open to all.
The network was set up to help Polish construction firms to cooperate with UK businesses and to build effective networks. The group comprises everyone involved in the construction supply chain, from general contractors, subcontractors, engineers, architects, developers, building materials manufacturers and importers to commercial & residential estate agents. The network meets regularly in London & Online to discuss issues and events of importance to the industry.
Date and venue
DateThu, 29 September 2022, 10:00 – 13:00 BST
Venue: The Finsbury Business Centre, 40 Bowling Green Lane, London EC1R 0NE.
10:00 Welcome Bart Kowalczyk PBLINK Director and CEO of AutomateNow
10:10 Marco Faccini CEO, Board Director, Non-Executive Director, Investor, Digital Learning Architect
Decarbonisation of the industry by 2050
10:30 Keynote speaker : tbc.
Carbon Accounting. How to begin the journey to net-zero?
10:50 Green thinking workshop with Witold Wisniewski Strategy & Organisational Culture Transition and Sustainable Business Design
What can XR (VR/AR/MR) do for an eco-friendly future in the construction and architecture sector?
11:35 Construction Networking
12: 15 Coffee, tea and refreshments