The Concrete Centre sponsors 2017 Offsite Awards
2 Jun 2017
The Concrete Centre has joined the list of sponsors for the 2017 Offsite Awards. The awards will showcase innovation, celebrate best practice and recognise overall expertise in offsite construction through landmark projects, influential people and material and manufacturing excellence in this dynamic arena.
Offsite manufacture removes much of the construction process from the construction site, leading to far-reaching and vital benefits. Elaine Toogood, senior architect at The Concrete Centre, will lend her expertise as part of the juidging panel.
DATE: 13 June 2017
VENUE: 240 Blackfriars, London, SE1 8BF
DRINKS & NIBBLES: 5.00pm
AWARDS CEREMONY: 6.00pm
AWARDS END TIME: 8.30 pm (approx)
TICKETS: Tickets cost £75 plus vat and include complimentary drinks, nibbles and entry into the awards ceremony.
For more information on the award categories and tickets, visit www.offsiteawards.co.uk
12:30 - 13:30
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18:00 - 19:45
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18:00 - 20:30
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12:30 - 13:30
£225.00 + VAT
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12:30 - 13:30
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09:00 - 16:00
Cafe Concrete event will provide inspiration and information on the design and construction of concrete.
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£30.00 + VAT
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£55.00 + VAT
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