Birmingham Best Practice Club

Constructing Excellence through Knowledge Sharing

Birmingham Best Practice in 2019

Birmingham Best Practice Club committee are delighted that 3PB Barristers, the incumbents of The Colmore Building, not only allow us to hold our events within their facilities but also actively support and sponsor our activities to promote Best Practice in Birmingham.

2019

To encourage the sense of national unity and common cause the committee of the Birmingham Best Practice Club is delighted to be holding a series of events throughout 2019 with

 

as the central theme.

Please keep the diary date free for the first of these Breakfast Events on:

Wednesday 23 January 2019

 

Events 2019

The Commonwealth Games - Part 1

You Can Get Involved

 

Anyone who is in the construction industry can get involved - from the client or owner of a building to the design team, main and specialist contractors, house builders and materials manufacturers and suppliers. However, anyone linked to the construction industry and its supply chain is welcome to join.

Our Events

BBPC is a not for profit organisation and relies on contributions from membership, event attendance, sponsorship and the goodwill of participating organisations to host and help organise events.

Our events have been well received and well attended in the past and we have an ambitious programme for the future.

Individual attendance is £15 per event.

Please discuss offers of sponsorship directly with the Club Secretary.

CPD Accreditation Certificates will be issued for attendance at our events.

About Us

A forum for individuals to learn about the principles of Best Practice, while creating a culture and local support network of continuous improvement.

It offers the opportunity for an informal group of highly developed, innovative people to learn from each other, share that knowledge, and ultimately improve their business.

NewsFeed

All Construction News | The Construction Index

26 March 2019

  • Concrete - on a roll
    A competition entry by two industrial design students has grown into a highly successful multi-million-pound business. David Taylor reports
  • Thinking in three dimensions
    3D modelling and 3D printing have helped find a solution to a tricky formwork challenge on a new viaduct outside Ely. David Taylor reports
  • Its a wrap!
    A grand Victorian house in the leafy London suburb of Hampstead is being restored to its former glory with the help of some highly technical scaffolding
  • Poles apart
    Michael Krajewski started Steelo with £12,000 after failing to get into the Polish army. A decade on, his UK-based business is turning over nearly £4m and pioneering 3D printing for structural steel fabrication. Emma Crates meets the self-styled “Steel Guy” challenging the status quo
  • Nearer, my God, to thee
    Phil Bishop makes a pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral – to see the scaffolding
  • Green light for £450m Midland Metro extension
    The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has given the final go-ahead for funding for the £450m Wednesbury to Brierley Hill Metro line.

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