We organise conferences and other events at which the top industrial, research, academic and media experts explain, discuss and present the latest information on today’s key built environment issues. These can range from flood resilience and modern slavery, to the digital revolution and affordable homes provision. We also exhibit at many industry shows throughout the year.
See below for a selection of our forthcoming events.
Hold your event at BRE
A range of conference and meeting facilities is available at our 70-acre head-office site near Watford, which boasts a fascinating set of buildings and research facilities, including the world renowned Innovation Park.
Call us on 0333 321 88 11 if you would like to know more about booking your event – or email email@example.com
Forthcoming events and conferences
Solar shading in future buildings
12 June, BRE Watford
The conference, jointly organised by BRE and BBSA, will cover some of the complex issues that designers and consultants have to address, and describe different approaches that can be taken to achieve the best solution.
26 – 28 June, Manchester Central
Attend our speaker sessions held in the Insight Theatre at the Chartered Institute of Housing’s event.
Other events and conferences
Fire Research Conference
18 September, BRE Watford
Reflecting BRE’s standing in the field of fire behaviour research and fire performance testing, the programme will reveal the diversity and influence of BRE’s research activities.
The 2018 Annual UK Top100 Corporate Modern Slavery Influencers’ Index Recognition Dinner
26 September, RIBA London
Developed and delivered by BRE and Sustain Worldwide, recognises individuals from all business sectors (not Government or NGOs) who are influence leaders in raising awareness to end modern slavery and labour exploitation.
Modern Slavery and Ethical Labour in Construction Leadership Symposium 2018
27 September, RIBA London
The 3rd annual 2018 Symposium draws together the corporate leaders, professional institutions and membership associations, and public and third sector advocates who are driving the agenda to raise awareness of modern slavery and labour exploitation in the UK and global supply chains.