The Forge: Landsec’s first Net Zero Carbon commercial development – designed to transform the construction industry

Thursday 15th September 2022

Theatre :  Sustainability and Circular Economy 

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The Forge is the UK’s first net-zero commercial development by Landsec and the world’s first large-scale office scheme to be built using a standardised “kit of parts”.

Steelwork played a significant role where an innovative method is being used that could transform the construction industry into a leaner and greener sector.

The session will provide the audience with :
  • an overview of the project with a few learnings and outstanding achievements.
  • particular examples of innovations using metals and the collaborative approach with the supply chain to create new construction standards (P-DfMA method, Cladding)
  • a prospective discussion on imminent challenges for the construction sector and how the metals supply chain can respond to these.
Graeme Brady, Engineering Manager at NG BaileyGraeme Brady Engineering Manager
NG Bailey
Jaimie Johnston, Head of Global Systems at Bryden Wood and Design Lead for the UK Construction Innovation HubJaimie Johnston MBE Director, Head of Global Systems
Bryden Wood
Matthew TeagueMatthew Teague Senior Architect
Tata Steel
Neil Pennell, Head of Design Innovation and Property Solutions at LandsecNeil Pennell Head of Design Innovation and Property Solutions
Landsec
Wojciech Brozyna, Managing Director of AluprofWojciech Brozyna Managing Director
Aluprof UK Ltd

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