Business Open Sessions – Tour and Showcase of National Brownfield Institute
Business Open Sessions – Tour and Showcase of National Brownfield Institute and support available for SMEs
The National Brownfield Institute (NBI) launches on 30th September 2022 and will be officially open for business thereon.
Open sessions have been organised to give businesses the opportunity to register to visit the NBI in person to see the fantastic facilities and digital technology available as part of the business support offered.
Open session dates and timings:
Monday 3rd October – Friday 7th October inclusive
Monday 10th October – Wednesday 12th October inclusive
10am – 11am or 2pm – 3pm
What can the NBI offer?
– 12 hours of free of charge business support for eligible businesses
– State-of-the-art facilities including seminar and networking opportunities
– Digital technology to support business including:
• Igloo Vision– a 360 degree immersive space
• a 270 degree immersive room
• Boston Dynamics SPOT
• Scanning and surveying equipment
– Laboratories to support testing and research for brownfield
The Springfield Campus occupies an excellent location close to the City Centre, with easy access to train and tram travel options. The School of Architecture & Built Environment is also located at Springfield and there will be an opportunity to tour both facilities on the day with demonstrations.
Why you should visit Springfield
The Government announced in February 2022 that Wolverhampton would be one of the first of 20 cities to benefit from part of £1.5billion Levelling Up funding for new infrastructure to be developed on brownfield land to boost housing and jobs.
The proposed Green Innovation Corridor aims to build on Wolverhampton’s growth as a centre for sustainable construction and create skilled jobs for local people in the emerging green economy.
It will focus on creating high-value jobs in specialist sectors, support student retention, harness home-grown talent, develop new opportunities for business investment and growth, and leverage private sector funding. Phase one of the Green Innovation Corridor is the Springfield Innovation Hub to be developed net carbon zero and based at the University of Wolverhampton’s £120million Springfield site – an architecture and built environment super-campus.
Please register and we look forward to welcoming you at the National Brownfield Institute and Springfield Campus.