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The Digital Golden Thread: what it means for the UK construction industry

November 4, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am UTC+5.5

From the Hydrock Fire Safety team

Following the Grenfell Tower tragedy, Dame Judith Hackitt called for a ‘golden thread of information’ to be maintained throughout the lifetime of a building.

To this end BS 8644-1: Digital management of fire safety information. Part 1: Design, construction, handover, asset management and emergency response – Code of practice has recently been released for consultation.

What impact will this new guidance have on the construction industry in the UK and how will those involved in the design and construction of buildings need to prepare?

Join our Director of Fire Safety, Chris Chennell at 10am on 4th November, for a webinar where he’ll discuss what the new guidance means for new construction projects and provide advice on how best to prepare for the new approach.

Your Speaker

Joining our Fire Safety division in summer 2021, Chris is focused on building Hydrock’s presence in the north east of the UK, from his base in Newcastle.

Chris is developing the Golden Thread service offering for the practice, as well as supporting the delivery of Façade Remediation work nationally. Chris will also be supporting the delivery of international projects alongside key collaborators.

How to join

JOINING INSTRUCTIONS: Once you have registered for this event below, you will receive an email confirmation from Eventbrite. We recommend you click ‘add to calendar’.

Reminders are also issued 2 days prior, 2 hours prior and 10 minutes before the webinar starts. Click the orange ‘View now’ button within the email, then click on the main event image to open a link to the webinar.

PLEASE NOTE: This webinar will be hosted on Microsoft Teams. You do not need to have a Microsoft Teams account to view this webinar, however. Simply make sure you select ‘Watch on the web instead’. If you do have Teams, we find that joining via the desktop app works best – if it doesn’t work automatically, click ‘Launch it now’ on the web page.