The Building Surveyors' Oxford Briefing 2017 conference took place on Friday, 13 October 2017 at Culham Science Centre, nr Abingdon, Oxfordshire, attended by over 120 delegates. Thank you to everyone: delegates, speakers and exhibitors for making this a successful event.
For those who attended, we would be very pleased if you would complete the feedback form if you haven't already done so. This provides us with valuable information that we will use in planning next year's conference.
Next year's event? The Building Surveyors' Oxford Briefing 2018 is provisionally booked for Friday, 12 October 2018.
The presentations listed below are available to download. They are for your personal use and must not be used for any commercial purpose.
Modular design and off-site construction, Stephen Pester, Modulek
Camera on a telescopic pole, Andy Ballman, BallCam
Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWPs), Adam Dark, Nationwide Platforms
How not to get sued - managing your contracts, Keith Blizzard, Harrison Clark Rickerbys
Invasive plant species, Ted Bosworth, Windrush Ecology
Crossrail - building a railway in a big city, Shirley Waldron, Delva Patman Ridler
- Modular design and off-site construction - Stephen Pester, Modulek
- Fire precautions and external walls on tall buildings - Neil Badley, technical director at MLM Building Control
- "How not to get sued" - Legal advice from Keith Blizzard, Harrison Clark Rickerbys
- Aerial photography with UAVs - Sandy Halse, Thames Valley Drones
- Camera-on-a-telescopic-pole - Andy Ballman of BallCam
- Mobile elevated work platforms (MEWPs) - Adam Dark, Nationwide Platforms
- "Is that tree too close...?" - A look at how trees cause damage to property - Dr Giles Biddle
- Roofing and the risk of fire - Adam Draycott, Centaur Technologies
- Invasive species, including Japanese knotweed - Ted Bosworth, Windrush Ecology
- Crossrail: building a railway through a city - Shirley Waldron, senior surveyor at Delva Patman Redler
- "The power of communication" - Dr David T Jones.
Exhibitors at the conference
We were delighted to welcome BallCam, Centaur Roofing and Modulek as new exhibitors in 2017.
Culham Science Centre is located four miles east of Abingdon, 10 miles south of Oxford. The site is set in rural Oxfordshire, providing a peaceful, relaxing environment for our conference.
The conference will be taking place in the John Adams Lecture Theatre, refurbished in 2012 and named in honour of Sir John Bertram Adams, the accelerator physicist and "father" of today's particle accelerators.
Adjacent to the lecture theatre, there is ample space for meeting with our exhibitors, for lunch and other refreshments, and for networking with friends and associates, new and old.
For those travelling by car, the site is five miles from the A34. There is ample free car parking on-site.
The nearest mainline railway station is Didcot Parkway, six miles away. In addition, some trains stop at Culham station on the Didcot to Oxford line, five minutes' walk from the site.
The address is:
Culham Conference Centre,
Culham Science Centre,
Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 3DB
|Conference, including documentation, morning and afternoon refreshments, and lunch||£99.00 incl. VAT|
For 3CPD subscribers - conference, including documentation, morning and afternoon refreshments, and lunch
|£89.00 incl. VAT|
If you have any questions, please contact Guy Pullen, firstname.lastname@example.org, (t) 01844 274830.