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CSA Conference Secures Additional Industry Support

10 December 2019

Scheduled for Tuesday 31st March at The Crystal in London, the first ‘Making Buildings Work’ conference has won the backing from two of the leading names in commissioning.

Ashford Environmental Services and Media Control have each agreed to sponsor the event and play their part in helping to highlight the value and importance of good effective commissioning – the progressing of a completed installation to full working order.

As longstanding members of The Commissioning Specialists’ Association, the UK’s foremost authority on all matters ‘commissioning’, both companies have always been supportive of its key aims, activities and messaging.

One such aim being the transfer of information and knowledge to the wider construction industry about the correct way to treat commissioning activities.

People too often think of commissioning as the final exercise in bringing a building into use, but this is incorrect.

To ensure that its occupants can properly use any building, commissioning needs to be considered at the very outset of the project, with that consideration continuing throughout each stage of the project from concept through design, planning and installation.

It is fitting therefore that these two leading brands lend their backing to this important one-day conference aimed at property developers, architects, main contractors, facilities management consultants and MEP service providers – all of which have a vested interested in ensuring the commissioning phase of any build project is delivered correctly.

The financial support associated with this backing also ensures that the delegate fees can be kept to the bare minimum at just £95.00 +VAT per person, which includes all refreshments and a buffet lunch.

To help deliver the day, the CSA has gathered together an impressive line-up of speakers from across the construction, building services and commissioning arena which include (but are not limited to) Ian Ellis of Siemens Building Technologies, Adam Muggleton, the renowned Building Whisperer, Liz Day of CWT Consultants, Terry Sharp, Vice President of the BCIA and Nick Till of Banyards.

The convenor for the event will be CSA Chairman, Mark Todd, who will also Chair the concluding panel discussion, whereby delegates will have the opportunity to interact with all the day’s Speakers.

Collectively, the presentations and resulting discussions will provide insight into the correct way to design, plan and install building services to ensure optimum best practice and in turn a successful commissioning phase, leading to an effective and efficient building.


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