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On the night

After last years success we will be returning to The Royal Armouries in Leeds (subject to change).

Programme for the night (subject to change):

7.00pm: Drinks and reception
7.30pm: Welcome and first speaker
11pm: Awards complete - time to relax, chat and mingle.

We will have tables of 10 as standard with a limited number of tables able to seat 12. You can book single tickets or full tables at the same cost per seat, but we will be unable to provide an invoice or pay by cheque option for bookings of less than 6 people.

The event is a black tie dinner, so time to plan your dress for the night!

Eventbrite tickets available here

We are getting closer to the big Awards night where we will be sharing who are winners our and full details of all the amazing entries.

As well as having fantastic sponsors and judges supporting us, we also have two fantastic speakers…


 

Niraj Mistry, Head of BIM (Stroma Certification), Upskilling Stream Lead (UK BIM Alliance)


From a mechanical engineering and energy background, Niraj has over 10 years’ experience of developing national occupational standards, specifications, standards, qualifications and certification schemes for personnel and organisations.
 
Niraj is leading the UK BIM Alliance Upskilling Stream initiative which will provide the UK and Ireland with a much-needed standardised competency framework for personnel and businesses engaged in BIM.  



 

Dr Michael Page (Reader - Cognitive Psychology, University of Hertfordshire)

Our other speaker is Dr Mike Page, who received a first-class degree in Engineering Science from Oxford University and a PhD in Physics from Cardiff University. He then embarked on an academic career as a cognitive psychologist and, since 2000, has been Reader in Cognitive Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire. Recently, he has focused some of his research on pro-environmental behaviour change. 

​Mike is Director of the CUBE Project, that involves the design and build of carbon-neutral microhomes, and the principles underlying the Cube Project microhome designs have recently been extended to designs for full-sized, carbon-neutral houses.