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The Better Timber Buildings conference – Design and build better timber buildings with TRADA
22nd October 2019

The Better Timber Buildings conference – Design and build better timber buildings with TRADA

The Better Timber Buildings conference, which will take place on 27 November in London, is inspired by TRADA’s long-standing commitment to upskilling the timber industry and improving timber’s competitive advantage.

It is intended as a comprehensive, holistic resource which highlights key areas of knowledge, covers sensitive issues, and prompts purposeful conversation around hot topics – guiding attendees to identify their own interests, improve their personal or business practices, and design and build better timber buildings.

With keynote speakers Nick Ling of Heatherwick Studio and The Office Group’s Sam Elliott, and dedicated sessions on fire, biophilia, and off-site timber construction, TRADA has you covered. In addition to regular networking opportunities throughout the day, it is also hosting a timber-focused mini-exhibition with exhibitors PIVETEAUBOIS, Trimble, Vastern Timber, Rothoblaas, SHERPA, Gilmour & Aitken, STEICO, ZÜBLIN, Pollmeier, Structural Timber Magazine, BM TRADA, and the TRADA Bookshop.

Rupert Scott, Membership and Marketing Manager, TRADA, adds: ‘Last year, the Better Timber Buildings conference attracted attendees from across the entire construction supply chain – a point we are very proud of. Our hope for this event is to be a resource of practical and applicable guidance, where every facet provides value: our 2019 speakers and exhibitors certainly do. Each is well-respected within the timber industry, and will offer attendees expert information.’

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Booking Information

Delegate places are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so we would encourage you to book your place as soon as possible.

TRADA member (Excl VAT) £95
Non-member (Excl VAT) £120
Student (Excl VAT) £20

Book your ticket to the Better Timber Buildings now!