FOOTPRINT+ is the new UK property event for a zero-carbon future, and we’re very glad that our team will be heading to Brighton.
Taking place in three weeks’ time, you can hear from Webb Yates Engineers in three of the talks:
Low carbon steel: Reusing existing steel, with Tom Webster (chair)
8 June 14:00 - 14:50 Stage 1
Steel has often been demonised as one of the most carbon intensive building materials, but it is inherently recyclable and without steel many structures would be unthinkable. In this session we discover what comes next for steel in construction, from programs to use production overruns, opportunities and limitations on reclamation and remanufacture, to companies moving entire buildings from A to B.
Future Material Resources, with Steve Webb
9 June 15:00 – 15:50 Stage 1
The ‘why didn't anyone think of that before?’ moment.
Blue-sky thinking and research mixes with innovation in use and re-use of existing materials; sympathetic harnessing and harvesting of the richness of the natural world is not the only way to go.
Circularity in construction supply chains, with Anna Beckett
9 June 16:00 – 16:50 Stage 1
Circularity in construction supply chains Reduce, reuse, recycle, recover… remanufacture?
The mission to reduce non-renewable raw material input and increase re-use of materials in construction is not new, and we are making progress. We consider the technological – and attitudinal – developments we need to hit ambitious targets.
FOOTPRINT+ takes place 7-9 June 2022 and is expected to attract representatives from every sector of the UK property market to discuss, discover and how to action state of the art methods to achieve Net Zero in real estate.
Click here for more information and to register to attend the event.