International steel conference comes to London
The Worldsteel Association will be holding its Construction Conference 2018 in London from 17-18 April, with a number of British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) and Steel for Life members speaking at the event.
This year’s theme is ‘The role of steel in spurring productivity improvements in construction’, with four main topics being addressed to cover the theme. The topics are: improving construction industry productivity; downstream collaboration in the construction industry; steel’s competitive advantage in construction, and coordination among steel construction promotion bodies.
Construction Coalitions Head at Worldsteel, Terrence Busuttil said: “The goal of the conference is to show that steel is part of the solution to increasing construction industry productivity.
“Steel has the solutions for any construction project in any region of the world and in any natural environment.”
Some of the conference highlights include BCSA Director General Sarah McCann-Bartlett chairing a discussion on productivity improvements in the steelwork supply chain, and BCSA Director of Engineering David Moore speaking about steel in fire.
Anyone interested in attending the two-day event can register online at: www.constructsteel.org/events/worldsteel-construction-conference-2018