London Build 2016 Sustainability Hub curated by Eco Event

London Build 2016 Sustainability Hub

London Build 2016 Sustainability Hub curated by Eco Event

The Sustainability Hub at London Build 2016 was hosted by The Carbon Trust who ran workshops on both days covering a wide range of areas to help businesses improve their sustainability strategy. London Build wanted to create a zone that reflected the sustainability topics discussed over the two days and chose our eco friendly furniture.

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Topics covered included sustainability in the supply chain, energy efficiency finance for SMEs from the Green Business Fund, adopting science based targets and climate change adaptions in the built environment.

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The Carbon Trust offer expert advice, footprinting and technology services to help business, governments and organisations worldwide cut carbon emissions and become more esource efficient. Its stated mission is to accelerate the move to a sustainable, low carbon economy.

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Architects Hub at London Build 2016

We provided pop up cardboard display tables for the 3D models in the Architects Hub at London build 2016.

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The 3D modelling area showcased the latest projects plans for London’s skyline and redevelopment areas from leading architecture firms and developers. The 3D models will be visited by London’s leading architects, developers, contractors, investors and more.

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London Construction Awards 2016

Unfortunately we just lost out on the Marketing Initiative and Project Design of the Year at the London Constructions Awards 2016. We would like to congratulate construction company Mcgee on taking the Marketing Initiative of the Year award for their fantastic wear pink for Breast Cancer now campaign.
Involving more than 800 staff, sub-contractors and main contractors, a cascade of pink extended across thirteen construction sites in London – from Southbank Place, Commonwealth House and TV Centre to 20 Grosvenor Square and Lime Street (and many more!) – employees swapped their usual yellow high visibility vest for a wear it pink branded vest for an entire week in aid of raising as much money as possible. As part of McGee’s continued support for the annual campaign, saw them raise over £5,000 for Breast Cancer Now.

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