Real Buildings Driving Real Results: The Impact of Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) on Quality, Safety, and Productivity

Thursday 14th September 2023

Theatre :  Construction Day  Technology, Innovation and R&D 

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Join us for a captivating panel discussion that explores the transformative power of Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) in driving improved quality, safety, and productivity in real building projects.

In this session, industry experts and thought leaders will delve into the practical applications and benefits of DfMA. They will share their experiences and insights on how adopting DfMA principles can improve the construction process, leading to enhanced quality outcomes, safer work environments, and increased project efficiency.

Matthew Teague, Senior Architect at Tata SteelMatthew Teague Senior Architect
Tata Steel
Nicola Moriarty, Director at Bryden WoodNicola Moriarty Director
Bryden Wood
Rory Bergin, Partner, Sustainable Futures at HTA Design LLPRory Bergin Partner, Sustainable Futures
HTA Design LLP

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