Upcoming events

  • 24 Mar 2017

    TYCO

    The UK will be the dominant player in the European data center market by 2020, according to a new report from the Tariff Consultancy Ltd (TCL). The report also predicts that data center space and power in Europe will increase by almost 20% between 2015 and 2020.

    Data Center facilities in the UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands already account for half of all space in Europe - with six to seven providers accounting for half of power and space in France, Germany and the UK.

    In preparation for this growth, specialists at Tyco Fire Protection Products have developed a bespoke training session focused on providing you and your contacts with all of the expertise required to help data center operators make the most effective decision for managing fire risk in data centers.

    Hosted in the new Fire Hazard and Protection Roadshow Truck, these sessions will be starting March and continuing around the UK and Europe throughout the remainder of the year. Showcasing all the latest innovations in fire suppression and detection technology the truck will have a range of demonstrations focused on fire detection and suppression solutions for data centers.

    Inside the truck we will be demonstrating our Gaseous Suppression solutions:

    • Inert iFLOW Fire Suppression
    • SAPPHIRE Novec demonstration kit
    • NEW! Acoustic Nozzle sound output and calculation tool.

    We are also offering CPD certification for individuals attending the sessions relating to issues in Data Centres caused by noise emanating from the discharge of inert gas fire extinguishing systems. The training will educate attendees on noise behaviour and its impact on computer hard drives, compiled with input from consultants and designers in the industry on how we have developed a solution to reduce sound pressure on release of a gas suppression system. Experts from Tyco will be sharing presentations and guidance on the key considerations when designing a Fire Protection System for a Data Center.

    Each session will be focused on:

    • Educating visitors on the various fire risks in a data center environment
    • What is the best Fire Protection to protect a data center
    • The impact on reduced down time in the event of a fire
    • Provide people with the knowledge they need to make an informed decision on the most suitable Fire Protection

    The sessions promise to be informative and educational with lots of opportunity to ask questions and learn how our technologies work.

    Click Here to register your interest

    24 March 2017 to 25 March 2017
  • 27 Mar 2017

    World Built Environment Forum Annual Summit

     

    27-28 March 2017, Pudong Shangri-La Hotel Shanghai

    The World Built Environment Forum is a global network of built environment professionals and their stakeholders aimed at combining knowledge, skills and resources to create and manage the built environment that global populations need. 

    Its Annual Summit brings together stakeholders from construction, real estate and infrastructure to explore common issues, how these interact across the built environment, and to create a basis for collaboration between disciplines. Join this international Summit to help shape the cities of the future.

    The Annual Summit will:

    • explore how global macro trends will affect urban environments of the future, with a focus on China and wider Asia. What strategies should we adopt to take account of disruptive changes and create and sustain vibrant real estate markets, and to fund infrastructure needs? How can the construction industry meet pressing demands while adapting to the changing nature of cities?
    • take One Belt One Road as a reference point for all these issues. What lessons can be learned from the world’s leading gateway cities, and from city development in China? How can Chinese cities attract investment and how can cities globally compete for Chinese foreign direct investment in infrastructure and real estate?

    Confirmed speakers include:

    • Dr Wang Wen, Executive Dean, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China
    • Vincent Lo, Chairman, Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), and Chairman, Shui On 
    • Sir Danny Alexander, Vice-president, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)
    • Bill Banks, Partner, Global Infrastructure Leader, EY 
    • Chris Birdsong, Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific, Atkins 
    • Deland Chan, Assistant Director of Urban Studies for Community Based Learning and the Human Cities Initiative, Stanford University
    • Amanda Clack, President, RICS and Partner, EY
    • Stéphan Deville, Project Development Director, IKEA China
    • Qiuchen Fang, Chairman, China International Contractors Association (CHINCA)
    • Rafi Rich, CEO, S.U.iT.S
    • Jianping Gu, General Manager, Shanghai Tower Construction & Development Co.
    • Lai Pak Hung, Head of Greater China, Arcadis
    • Hongbin Jiang, Director of Capital Projects & Infrastructure (CP&I), Corporate Finance, PwC China
    • Lauren Sorkin, Regional Director, Asia Pacific, 100 Resilient Cities
    • Tao Wang, Senior Director of Asset Management, Alibaba
    • Zuomin Wu, General Secretary, China Engineering Cost Association (CECA)

    Register on or before 03 March for the advance rate

    27 March 2017 to 28 March 2017
  • 3 May 2017

    Decarbonised Energy and Water Resilience Conference

    Dates: 3 - 4 May 2017

    Venue: Institution of Civil Engineers, One Great George Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3AA

    Link: https://goo.gl/nPrvu7 

    The Decarbonised Energy and Water Resilience conference is your chance to hear strategies from government and industry for the energy and water markets to meet targets, lower carbon emissions and enhance resilience.

    Don’t miss out on the opportunity learn from industry leaders how strategies will turn into reality.

    Expert speakers include:

    • Andy Limbrick, Environmental Expert, Energy UK
    • Matthew Bell, Chief Executive, The Climate Change Committee 
    • Paul Spence, Director of Strategy and Corporate Affairs, EDF
    • Tom Greatrex, CEO, Nuclear Industry Association
    • Ian Graves, Director European Business Development, National Grid
    • Steven Moore, CEO, Eleclink
    • Asif Rehmanwala, COO, Ecotricity
    • Kevin McCullough, CEO, Calon Energy
    • Andrew Tucker, Water Efficiency Manager, Thames Water
    • Alex Plant, Head of Policy, Regulation and Strategy, Anglian Water

    Learn more about the event, the programme and the speakers.

    Save £40 on the registration fees by selecting the Supporting Association rate and quoting Infrastructure Intelligence

    03 May 2017 to 04 May 2017
  • 13 Jun 2017

    National Infrastructure Forum

    Delivering growth, productivity and connectivity across the UK

    Benefits of attending include:

    • Be part of the highest level gathering of public and private sector Speakers, Attendees and Supporters across UK Infrastructure
    • Biggest cross-industry event in infrastructure covering; Transport, Energy & Utilities, Finance & Funding, International, Devolution, Skills, Digital and Social Infrastructure
    • Over 1500 senior decision makers all brought together for one day
    • Blend of high level and practical content and networking opportunities
    • Exclusivity – Invitation only forum to the most senior leaders and executives in the industry
    • Exclusive industry insights report featuring views and case studies

    The National Infrastructure Forum brings together 1500 leaders and thinkers from across the infrastructure world. The forum provides high level engagement through networking, meetings, knowledge sharing and the promotion of the right solutions and services from industry leaders. Dedicated sessions will focus on a range of key infrastructure topics, including transportation, digital, energy & utilities, low carbon, social infrastructure, planning, skills and more. www.infrastructure.co.uk

    Apply for places here,

    13 June 2017 to 13 June 2017
    ExCel London