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Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Future Leaders are key to improving productivity

Companies must give their young engineers space and time to think, innovate and share their ideas in order to help the industry solve its productivity problems, according to the President of the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA). Tim Hopkinson told the Association’s annual President’s Lunch that young engineers must be allowed to “set the agenda”; improve collaboration and...

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Wednesday, September 27, 2017

BESA's head of Wales steps up to support suicide awardness

BESA's Head of Wales Cat Griffith-Williams joined more than 450 Welsh property professionals from across the country downed their tools and swapped their suits for swimming goggles, cycling shorts and running shoes to raise over £13,000 to tackle male suicide at this year’s Wales Property Triathlon. The annual triathlon, now in its fifth year, organised by family firm Jehu Group, took place in...

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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

BESA announces restructure

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has reorganised its management and staff in order to focus resources on increasing value to members. It has reduced staffing levels in certain areas and consolidated member services in order to improve the efficiency of its operations. These changes follow an extensive review period dating back two years to the appointment of current chief...

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Thursday, September 7, 2017

Farmer and BBC guru to headline at BESA conference

Mark Farmer, who led last year’s hard hitting review of construction’s labour and financial woes, will deliver a keynote address at the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) National Conference in London on October 19. He is joined on the speakers’ rostrum by the BBC’s ‘Business Doctor’ Dr. Paul T Thomas and the deputy Mayor of London Shirley Rodrigues, who will debate important...

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Thursday, August 31, 2017

Lord Adonis should be a catalyst for change, not a critic

Lord Adonis recently generated headlines, and controversy, for his attacks on the UK’s University system, accusing Chancellors of “greed” and running a “fee cartel.” Well the Labour Peer has now, in his capacity as Chair of the National Infrastructure Commission, turned his attention to construction and the built-environment. This week Lord Adonis, a non-executive director and public face of HS2,...

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