Collaboration is key is the outcome of Institute hosted panel at Futurebuild
Policing the industry, leaving the ego at home and greater collaboration are the outcomes of a CIAT hosted Panel at Futurebuild yesterday
Alex Naraian PCIAT was the Chair of a panel discussion yesterday, hosted by CIAT, with presidents and representatives from fellow Institute’s to discuss and form a collaborative response to core issues in the sector.
The Panel focused on the Hackitt Report and themes around issues in the built environment sector. The agreed outcome was for greater collaboration, the industry needs to be policed and 'to leave the ego at home'. The session can be watched on the Institute's Instagram account as it was broadcast live yesterday - please follow @ciatechnologist and view at your leisure.
Those on the Panel were:
- Gary Strong, Global Building Standards Director, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
- Stella Clutton-Saunders, President, Association for Project Safety (APS)
- Ian Tant, President, Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI)
- Paul Everall CBE HonMCIAT, Chief Executive, Local Authority Building Control (LABC)
- Gilly Carr, President, The Institute of Clerks of Works and Construction Inspectorate of GB (ICWCI)
- Dr Graham Smith MCIAT, Principal Fire Engineer - Energy, Chemical & Resources, Jacobs
The workshop took place in the Knowledge Forum at Futurebuild. A full report will feature in the summer issue of AT Journal.