Highlights from this week’s Ecobuild event involving the Building team

  • Building’s Global Clients Group:

    Presentations, drinks receptions and networking with leading clients of sustainable buildings. The aim is to promote awareness and share best practice internationally. Includes Marks and Spencer, DHL, IBM, Prologis, Lend Lease, Hammerson and Jones Lang LaSalle. Stand N1930, 6th & 7th March 13.20

  • #Green4Growth

    Add your voice to our campaign to promote economic growth through sustainable construction. Attendees are invited to join MPs and industry heavyweights in showing their support by wearing a #Green4Growth badge, which you can collect at the stand (N1930). Tweets using the hashtag will be projected onto a screen at the conference.
  • Meet the editors

    Members of Building’s editorial team available at 10.00 for coffee each day, on stand N1930.
  • 50 young stars of sustainability for 2013

    Meet Building’s pick of the industry’s sustainability stars of the future at a drinks reception on 5th March at 1.20pm at stand N1930
  • Is BIM the saviour of sustainable design?

    Session hosted by Thomas Lane, Building and Ecobuild’s technical editor. 5th March, 16.00-17.00, Mezzanine
  • New creative horizons - the materials and technologies of tomorrow

    Session hosted by Ike Ijeh, Building’s architectural correspondent. 6th March 16.30-17.30, Mezzanine
  • Rating systems - time to review and rationalise?

    Session hosted by Joey Gardiner, Building’s assistant editor 5th March 14.30-15.30, Mezzanine
  • Dehydrating while we drown

    Session on the security of water supply, hosted by Sarah Richardson, Building editor. 7th March, 14.15-15.15 Platinum Suite 2
  • And why not…visit the Lighting Village zone and the Future Materials Laboratory, both curated by Building’s architectural correspondent Ike Ijeh.