Over the last year in his new role, Paul has been working to address the key issues facing the industry. The focus has been on the low carbon agenda and the changes required to ensure that the industry is ‘fit for purpose’ for delivering a low carbon future. The Innovation and Growth Team, chaired by Morrell, will deliver its final report on Low Carbon Construction on 29 November, just 5 days after the NSCC event, and guests will hear first-hand what the industry will need to do to meet the carbon reduction targets.
NSCC is committed to raising awareness of the low carbon agenda amongst Specialist Contractors and this is an excellent opportunity to show them the part that they can play in creating a sustainable and low carbon economy.
NSCC President, Hamish Macgregor, is looking forward to welcoming Paul to the event on behalf of NSCC and its members:
“We are delighted that the Chief Construction Adviser will be joining us for our flagship event. It is encouraging that Paul has found the time to meet the Specialist Contractors that will actually deliver reductions in energy usage and waste from the materials and products they specify and the processes they use on site.”
The NSCC Annual Lunch, which is being supported by B&CE Benefit Schemes, Centor Insurance & Risk Management, Construction Industry Publications, Creditlook, CSCS, Cut the Carbon, Hilti, Wedlake Bell and Yell, will welcome 175 guests to the champagne reception and 3-course lunch.