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The Future of Work in Construction Live

4th May 2022 | LONDON, EXCEL 

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The Future of Work in Construction (FWC) is a professional network for those committed to share knowledge, exchange ideas and drive social, environmental and economic change in the construction and civil engineering sector.

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We believe the future of work in construction has to be 

  • smarter

  • greener

  • inclusive

Our mission and responsibility

To inspire people, build social, environmental and economic sustainability in the construction supply chain, and secure a prosperous future for people and the planet, while future-proofing businesses for growth 

Our strategy

Through our online network and events enhance collaboration, equip followers with knowledge and partnership with governments, businesses and communities for a better world

Our vision

Create a roadmap to a sustainable future for construction, unlock potential and new opportunities for growth in the industry and help construction businesses to thrive

Ambassador Committee

The committee is comprised of passionate leaders from large and small private businesses, leading industry public organisations and academia to help develop the FWC events content, identify future trends and guide the initiative’s strategic priorities.

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Nidhi Baiswar
Head of Sustainable Design and Construction
Bouygues UK
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Jenni Barrett
Senior Lecturer & Researcher, Member of Institute for Research into Organisations, Work and Employment (iROWE)
University of Central Lancashire; Director, coLABWomen In BIM Core Team
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Navdeep Dhillon
Senior Civil Engineer

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Emma Dickson
Technical Director
Skills Chair
Construction Scotland
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Nicola Dowton
Quality Assurance Director
Hercules Site Services
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Inna Lim

Strategy and Integration Director


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Amanda McKay
Quality & Assurance Director
Balfour Beatty VINCI Joint Venture
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Colin Page
Director, Building Engineering

Christina Riley


EDI Construct

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Amos Simbo

BPIC Network
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Teik Tan
Supply Chain Lead
Balfour Beatty 
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Helen Townend
Technical Director

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Dr Margi Vilnay
Director of Public Engagement and Outreach for the School of Science and Engineering & Lecturer in Structural Engineering 
University of Dundee
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Maria Grazia Zedda

Senior Equality Diversity and Inclusion Manager (Workforce)


Virtual and In-Person Events


We offer unrivalled access to industry online and physical events, concasts, insightful debates and topical roundtables. We provide learning opportunities  for all industry communities with a mission to educate, share knowledge, increase collaboration, empower others and help to build a smarter, greener and inclusive future.

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Concasts and Fireside Chats


The FWC concast brings latest insights on the opportunities of the construction and infrastructure industry, highlights  achievements of people and their organisations and takes a deep dive into the range of different challenges facing the sector  

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Building assertiveness and effectiveness of emotional intelligence

Thu, 01 Jul, 11.00 am |  Webinar

In this webinar we will focus on understanding of emotional intelligence, its importance at work and can unlock the potential of your future workforce. We will look at how to apply it within your business and drive better performance in your teams and organisations.

Find us at Stand E103

 05 - 07 Oct |  In person

We will be delighted to see  you at UK construction week, where we will be connecting with our network and building our community.

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Can you teach old dogs new tricks? Unlocking potential of technology and data in construction

Thu, 03 Feb, 11.00 am  |  Webinar

Digital construction is a fast-progressing area driven forward by the need to modernise and a strong innovative approach. However, getting digital transformation right continues to be a challenge for the construction sector.

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London  Build

17 -18 Nov 2021  |  Expo

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Net zero: putting construction in the heart of the climate change debate

Thu, 20 Jan  |  Webinar

Live FWC Forum

2022, 04 May  |  In Person

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Why Attend

Business insights

Foster insights required to address the key challenges facing the industry in the UK


Meet, connect and collaborate with like-minded professionals from the UK private and public sectors 


Share knowledge, learn from others and become thought leaders

Career progression

Advance your career and up-skill in the construction industry and be able to reach your ambition 

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Create memories and experiences that will shape your well-being, safety and resilience

Make a change

Accelerate equality in the workplace and drive change


Nurture and support the young as they take their first steps into their future and encourage them to dream big


Benefit from online live and on-demand events addressing the latest issues of the industry in sustainability


If you are interested in supporting this initiative, super-powering the drive of our campaign or becoming a partner for our future events please get in touch here

By supporting FWC, your organisation will: 

be positioned as a catalyst for change and a strategic driver in our movement to accelerate sustainable goals and shape the future of work in construction

champion equality, develop inclusive solutions and help people of all abilities to grow and reach their potential

be known as an advocate of sustainable leadership

play an instrumental role in bringing a knowledge and a financial contribution in order to build our educational and professional development agendas for a healthier, safer, more inclusive, sustainable industry and change the face of our future

We offer different partnership schemes. To find out more about partnering and how to get involved, please contact us on

Sponsors and Partners


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Supporting & Media Partners
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We work with experts across the whole supply chain to engage them with complex social, economic and environmental challenges, empower and foster connections and offer a life-changing and learning experience.

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