Civic Engineers at UKREiiF 2023!
It’s all set to be a sunny (fingers crossed) and jam packed week at UKREiiF in Leeds this week!
As well as six of our Director team attending, here’s a rundown of some of the sessions we’ll be taking part in over the course of the week! See you there!
Tuesday 16th May at 6pm – Revolution, Leeds
Our Manchester Director, James Bruce will be speaking at an event hosted by Pucell about Grade III listing – is it a silver bullet or smoke screen? To find out more or book on visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ukreiif-2023-panel-discussion-and-drinks-reception-tickets-620660541387
Wednesday, 17th May at 10am – Department Leeds Dock
Our Leeds Director, Leah Stuart will be speaking in a session about ‘A decade of transformation in Leeds.’ This event is currently shown as sold out.
Wednesday 17th May at 3.30pm – Newsroom @ UKREiiF
In partnership with Hawkins\Brown, we are hosting a panel discussion looking at the ‘Realities of delivering and designing for Net zero’ – Designing from District to Doorknob! We’ll be hearing from our Chief Executive, Stephen O’Malley, along with Ewan Graham from Hawkins Brown, Selina Mason from Lendlease, Jennie Colville from Landsec and Louise Duggan from GLA. The session will be chaired by Nicola Rigby from Avison Young. To find out more about the speakers and session, visit https://www.hawkinsbrown.com/custom/ukreiif-2023/
Wednesday 17th May at 5.30pm – Bomba Paella, Saw Mills Yard
Celebrating 10 years of Civic Engineers! – Join us for sangria, tapas and hopefully some sunshine as we celebrate 10 years of Civic Engineers and UKREiiF being in the city! To register for the event RSVP here https://civicengineers.com/rsvp/
Thursday, 18th May at 9.30am – Rethinking Places Pavilion
Our Leeds Director, Leah Stuart will be speaking at a session exploring The North’s contribution to UKplc. Hear from Mayor of West Yorkshire, Tracy Brabin and other senior leaders operating across the North of England, on the transformative investment opportunities that need to be realised for the North to bolster and grow the UK economy, whilst improving the prosperity of people, businesses and communities across the region.
Supporting Regeneration Brainery
We’re proud to be supporting Regeneration Brainery at UKREiiF. Regeneration Brainery is an award-winning aspirational academy for brilliant young minds,. Supported by the industry, they are on a mission to boost diversity, combat the lack of effective, hands on work experience, tackle the skills shortage and give diverse young people an opportunity to kick start their career. Some of our younger engineers will be ‘buddy’s’ at UKREiiF and spend time with the brainees at UKREiiF.