Building Better Relationships in the Construction Industry
This is the first in a series of regular networking events with the aim of better connecting the construction industry in the Northwest.
This informal gathering of senior construction professionals will be a great opportunity to hear guest speakers, make new contacts and discuss ways to build better relationships.
Deliver Success with Better Connected Relationships
From developers to architects and contractors to subcontractors, the quality of working relationships is key to the success of a project and the health of a business. This event will include insights and helpful advice from experienced guest speakers.
Drinks, Nibbles and Networking
Guests will enjoy canapes and drinks with stunning views across the city from the Hilton Hotel on Deansgate, as well as allowing plenty of networking opportunities with industry peers.
Register for your ticket now as spaces are very limited.
About our speakers
Marcel will be discussing the importance of effectively managing relations between contractors to avoid time delays and spiralling costs which inevitably result in the deterioration of relationships.
Marcel is a Senior Sports and Leisure Architect at AFL Architects and is currently the Lead Architect on the delivery and the precinct overlay design of Lusail Stadium in Qatar as part of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Over his career he has worked on major sporting complexes, Music, Entertainment & Conferencing Facilities, elite training centres, healthcare, offices & academic institutions. He is also a champion of encouraging more ‘Green Infrastructure’ in construction projects.
Matthew will discuss how to enhance relationships between a main contractor and subcontractors using technology to facilitate better visibility and management of the application for payment process. Matthew will also cover improving compliance with fair payment.
Matthew is the founder of Open ECX Limited, a specialist provider of cloud-based software solutions to the construction sector and supply chain businesses.