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Sustainable Remediation at the National Brownfield Institute
Why have sustainable objectives for cleanup on brownfield sites?
In our forthcoming breakfast seminar ‘Sustainable Remediation: Making Brownfield Cleanup Greener,’ you will hear from an industry leading panel of experts from across the construction sector. We will explore:
✔️ The key challenges with brownfield sites – a Project Manager’s perspective
✔️ Sustainable remediation best practices
✔️ The latest remediation techniques and innovative technologies
✔️ In-depth review of a local Case Study
8.00: Registration Opens. Tea/Coffee and breakfast served
8:30: Welcome from @J.Bayley2@wlv.ac.uk
8.45: Guest Speaker @Patricia.Willoughby@wmca.org.uk – Content TBC
9.30: Guest Speaker @Raj.Cholia@turntown.co.uk – Content TBC
9.45: Guest Speaker @Andrew Carpenter – Content TBC
Industry Leading Speakers
Our prestigious panel of speakers includes:
Rajvinder Cholia is an Associate Director in Project Management within Real Estate. She has worked for Turner & Townsend for over 15 years across the UK and in Kazakhstan.
In recent years, Raj has been working on projects in Wolverhampton. Raj has a wealth of experience of working in the public sector.
Duncan Sanders is Director of ATG Group – England. Duncan oversees all projects delivered in England including remediation, soil stabilisation, groundworks, subsidence, emerging contaminants, the eradication of invasive plant species, emergency chemical/oil response.
Duncan is a Hydrogeologist and a SiLC qualified contaminated land professional.
Janet Bayley is the Knowledge Transfer Manager for the National Brownfield Institute at the University of Wolverhampton’s School of Architecture and Built Environment.
Prior to this role, Janet worked as a residential and property director on international projects that included; biodiversity on coastal terrain, ecological rescue and cultural uses of indigenous plant life.
Since 2018, Andrew Carpenter has held the post of CEO of Constructing Excellence Midlands. He joined the UK construction industry in 1977 with CRH, and now helps to spearhead the drive for sustainable construction, advocating the use of more structural timber, with a fabric first approach.
Andrew is presently a member of the Construction Leadership Council Construct Zero board & sits on the Government’s Timber Construction Working Group.