14 Nov 2019
Status: Available Places: 40 Price : £70.00
Welcome to this one-off Modular Housing event, focused at learning, discussing and understanding the opportunities within the off-site space to deliver homes by SME Developers. The part-panel discussion, part group workshop will help attendees to identify the current and future potential behind the one of the biggest areas of focus and investment in the UK.
Welcoming Urban Splash, the Modular Housing Association and modular finance specialists CrowdProperty, the exclusive event will offer just 50 SME professionals the opportunity to work through the key opportunities and challenges, covering off:
Modular Housing, volumetric, SIPP and timber-frame have all been heavily discussed in the Boardroom for the past 18 months, and our recent survey revealed a serious demand to know more about its application.
This unique style and relaxed meeting is a really great chance to connect, learn and share with like-minded, experienced people in the property industry.
There are no agenda items for this event.
Jackie Maginnis CEO of the Modular & Portable Building Association (MPBA) – a great ambassador for MMC with 35years experience in the volumetric/modular industry. Prior to her role with MPBA she worked for a manufacturing and hire company. With her passion for the industry sector and the help of the committees from within the member companies, part of her role is to promote the features and benefits of the use of offsite volumetric buildings.
Matthew was the first in the world to ever gain a Master’s Degree in Manufactured Construction. On completion he founded Modularize and has gone on to be one of the world leading global experts. His passion for innovation, technology and industrialising construction continues to drive the company.
Sam has worked in most areas of the built environment. Having earned a degree in architecture, Sam worked on the Barclays retail banking framework as a project designer, he then undertook a masters in Engineering Project Management while working for strategic asset management systems provider iSite. Sam then worked for both the services and construction arms of Carillion PLC, delivering a variety of change, operational and construction programs for large blue chip corporate clients, before then moving to Urban Splash. In 2019 he became associate director of the company’s House by Urban Splash business, and was part of the team which secured a £90m deal to bring Japan’s biggest house builder Sekisui House to the UK.