Learn how industry experts are dealing with today’s challenges and how they are using technology to drive change and value from their estate.

Full information on the morning’s speakers including Tesco & Arcadis below.

 

10th JULY 2018

CodeNode
10 South Place, London
EC2M 7EB

9am - 11:30am

Registration & breakfast

8:30am - 9am

MEET THE SPEAKERS

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JAMES PORTER

Partner, Arcadis LLP

Heading up Arcadis’ market leading Financial Institutions sector, James has been a driving force in helping organisations see the value they can realise when joining data, technology and market insight together.

James will be sharing real world examples of how business intelligence has been used to drive significant commercial benefits across the full corporate real estate spectrum, and will also provide some tips on what to start doing to make a difference today.


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PHIL COOK

UK Property Development Director, Tesco Stores Ltd

Working on Tesco’s retail design and property strategy for over 19 years, Phil has a wealth of understanding of the retail property market, the challenges the industry is facing and the opportunities that are available.

He’ll be sharing insights into his personal Tesco’s journey, including the objectives, challenges and learnings, and the importance of data as they strive to drive value from within their capital programmes. 


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TERRY STOCKS

UK Head of Public Sector and Education, Faithful+Gould

As well as championing the use of new and innovative estate delivery and management practices at Faithful+Gould, Terry is also the Delivery Director for the UK BIM Taskforce with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

Terry will be sharing the governments take on BIM, how they are looking to utilise digital technology across their property estate and the value they expect to achieve.


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DR MARK SHELBOURN

Reader in BIM & Digital Technologies, University of Salford

Having taught across the world, Mark has an excellent understanding of the global construction industry and the use of building technologies. Part of the team that developed the National BIM Initiative for Australia, Mark’s focus was examining and overcoming the barriers for technology use.

Technology can be used to evidence real value at an organisational level. Mark will be sharing his experience on the value technology can bring to the built environment as well as discussing the challenges organisations face when looking to deploy new technologies and how these can be overcome.


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MARTIN WARD

Portfolio Services Director, Styles&Wood

With over 25 years’ experience of working throughout the property lifecycle, from house builders, designers, retailer and contracting; as an early CAD pioneer Martin has been drawn towards organisations’ use of data and its potential untapped value.

Martin will be your event host, providing a warm welcome together with some practical and first hand insights around the importance of strategy and the role data has to play in driving value from your estate.

Q&As

Our speakers will also be taking part in a Q&A. If you have a question for any of our speakers please let us know in the registration form, or tweet us @isiteinfo using #seethingsmoreclearly

HOW TO FIND CODENODE

By Rail

The nearest Underground stations are Moorgate and Liverpool Street stations. Both are on the Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines. Moorgate is also on the Northern Line and Liverpool Street on the Central line. Liverpool Street is also a main overland station. Other Underground stations nearby are Old Street and Barbican.

To reach CodeNode from Moorgate Station, exit Moorgate station, turn right onto Moorgate, turn right again onto South Place. Walk down on South Place until you reach number 10 on your right.

By Road

If you want to commute by car to CodeNode, NCP Finsbury Square offers an ideal parking spot. Located beneath the lawn bowls green you're only a short walk from CodeNode, Moorgate and Old Street.