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  • FOOTPRINT Conference - Watch

    22 Sep 2022 FOOTPRINT+
    FOOTPRINT Conference The regulation of heat: A new era for heat networks
  • FOOTPRINT Table Talks - Watch

    09 Mar 2021 FOOTPRINT+
    Why build with wood? Architect Andrew Waugh talks with developer Francis Hilton
  • FOOTPRINT+ 2022

    30 Nov 2022
  • FOOTPRINT+ 2023

    05 Feb 2023
  • FOOTPRINT+ Table Talks - Watch

    09 Sep 2021 FOOTPRINT+
    Insuring Timber Buildings
  • FOOTPRINT+ Table Talks - Watch

    10 Nov 2021 FOOTPRINT+
    Concrete is the second most consumed material on earth after water and to make concrete, we need cement.
  • FOOTPRINT+ Table Talks - Watch

    07 Sep 2021 FOOTPRINT+
    The end of expensive bin stores; Dave Buckley of automated waste collection specialist, Envac UK talks with architect Paul Monaghan of AHMM
  • FOOTPRINT+ Table Talks - Watch

    10 Aug 2021 FOOTPRINT+
    Carbon in structures; Structural Engineer Mark Tillett talks with architect Ben Adams
  • FOOTPRINT+ Table Talks - Watch

    06 Jul 2021 FOOTPRINT+
    De-carbonising steel; Walter Swann UK head of research of ArcelorMittal talks to Diego Phillips Net Zero leader from WSP
  • FOOTPRINT+ Table Talks - Watch

    09 Jun 2021 FOOTPRINT+
    The remarkable process of removing the entire façade from an office building, completely refurbishing it and fixing it back again.
  • FOOTPRINT+ Table Talks - Watch

    05 May 2021 FOOTPRINT+
    Discussing the requirements that investors are placing on developers to reduce the whole life cycle carbon emissions from buildings in order to access funding.
  • FOOTPRINT+ Table Talks - Watch

    06 Apr 2021 FOOTPRINT+
    Juliette Morgan at British Land and Marie-Louise Schembri of Hilson Moran help us navigate through the sometimes contentious world of Carbon Offsetting.
  • Katie Clemence-Jackson

    14 Jun 2022 Constructive Voices
    And I think what we’ve learned from a lot of the talks happening today and happening yesterday and untold conferences, the value of collaboration and communication.
  • Nick Hillard

    12 Jul 2022 Constructive Voices
    “45% saving against the traditional reinforced concrete method of construction”
  • Paul Sullivan

    12 Jul 2022 Constructive Voices
    “The work needs to be done out there by 2030, we are just concerned whether there is the trades to do it. We have estimated that there is probably a shortfall of about 130,000 tradesmen."
What people are saying about FOOTPRINT+

What people are saying about FOOTPRINT+

  • How can all these industries work together to get the right solution? They can do this in this room at FOOTPRINT+.
    Kelly Harrison
    Associate Director Whitby Wood
  • Coming to the conference you are going to be overwhelmed by content, there are four stages, there are Think Tanks, it will keep you going all day long
    Romy Rawlings
    Commercial Director - Vestre
  • Events like this are going to set the framework for the and the calibre of the collective voices that we’ve got in this room is absolutely fundamental to the challenges ahead.
    Tomasz Romaniewicz
    Bond Bryan
  • I don’t know of anything else doing this in the UK that’s doing this all under one roof.
    Will Arnold
    Head of Climate Action, The Institution of Structural Engineers
  • The climate emergency is the biggest challenge humanity is facing. At WSP we are proud to be the catalysts of change in our industry. Now, we all need to come together to re-invent the way we design, the way we build and the way live. Footprint+ will help us do this
    Diego Padilla Philipps
    Net Zero Lead Structures, WSP
  • Everyone has an open mind. The mix of points of view creates a live dialogue for learning that I've really enjoyed
    Mike Reynolds
    Managing Director - Vattenfall Heat
  • It's the face-to-face that's been brilliant. We've all got to get on board with this... and everyone has learnt something today
    Elaine Toogood
    Director of Architecture and Sustainable Design - The Concrete Centre
  • Why should someone come here next year? Because this is the place to be
    Snigdha Jain
    Director of Sustainability - Turley
  • This event, it has got a vibe so if you want to come down its a great place to talk to people, meet people and be inspired.
    Ayo Abbas
    Marketing Strategist, Abbs Marketing
  • This exhibition is going to grow, the subject matter is the most key in our industry. If you are not here you will be left behind!
    Daniel Englender
    Managing Director, Benjamin West
  • The property sector needs confidence, the energy sector needs advocacy and as a local authority we need resource and finance, and money frankly….
    Nicola Beech
    Cabinet Member for Planning, Bristol City Council
  • On the first day we held our own fringe event and we won quite a substantial project on that night.
    Ian Waddingham
    Director, QED Structures
  • So why should somewhere come here next year? Because it is THE place to be…
    Snigdha Jain
  • This is not just about our industry, it’s about our children, their future and what we’ve done with the planet.
    Mitakshi Sirsi
    WILL + Partners
  • 50% of all of the carbon emissions that we need to reduce as we get to 2050 have to come from the built environment. It’s from buildings, it’s from construction, it’s from logistics and it’s from infrastructure. So there’s no escaping the destiny here; it has to be the built environment that takes the lead here.”
    Prof Greg Clark
  • I look forward to working with FOOTPRINT+ over the coming weeks, months and years on this most important of endeavours.
    Lord Callanan
    Minister, Dept for Business Energy & Industry Strategy
  • FOOTPRINT+ is a really important event. I’m meeting people from the investment community, property owners, property developers, construction businesses. Commit to two or three days. The location’s fantastic, with the sea view out of the window, it gives more energy to the room.
    Mike Reynolds
    Manging Director, Vattenfall Heat UK
  • FOOTPRINT+ is the premier net zero event for the built environment sector and, with our focus on ‘local’, we are delighted that it has recognised the key role that Local Government has in tackling climate change
    Nick Kilby
    CEO, Cratus 2050