Built Environment Ireland

These events are in-person only

Constructive Collaboration

The Built Environment Regional Conference Series will culminate with Built Environment Ireland taking place this Autumn.

Construction professionals will come together for a day of learning and exploration, with content tailored to the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland regions. This conference will investigate three key areas of the sector – Compliance and Regulatory Reform, Impact of Failure when Delivering for Society, and Industry Reform.

An opportunity to ask questions directly to our expert speakers will conclude each session.

With inclusion from Government Officials, a Fire Service perspective, and an Academic input, this conference gives you the opportunity to strengthen your knowledge of the entire industry.

Location

Address

Roscommon Road
Barry More
Hodson Bay
Co. Roscommon
N37 XR82
Ireland

Website

https://www.hodsonbayhotel.com/

CPD

7 hours CPD

Event Prices

Book 3
places and
save 10%

Please contact the Built Environment Team on [email protected] to retrieve the discount code for this offer.

Book 5
places for
the price
of 4

Maximum of 5 registrations per booking, automatic discount on 5th place.

£ 35 + VAT
CABE Student Member
£ 85 + VAT
CABE Member
£ 85 + VAT
CABE Company Partner
£ 125 + VAT
Non-Member

Programme

Registration and Exhibition

24 September at 09:00 00:55 mins 09:00
Refreshments and networking

Welcome from CABE President

24 September at 09:55 00:05 mins 09:55

Richard Flynn

President

Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE)

Building Regulations, Compliance and Regulatory Changes – Government Reform

24 September at 10:00 01:00 hr 10:00

Richard Harral

Interim Chief Executive Officer

Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE)

Exhibitor Speaker Slot

24 September at 11:00 00:30 mins 11:00

Morning Break and Exhibition

24 September at 11:30 00:30 mins 11:30
Refreshments and networking

Delivering for Society – Social, Economic and Environmental Impact of Failure

24 September at 12:00 01:00 hr 12:00

Martin Moore

Assistant Chief Fire Officer and Building Control Officer

Tipperary Fire and Rescue Service

Lunch and Exhibition

24 September at 13:00 01:00 hr 13:00
Refreshments and networking

Exhibitor Speaker Slot

24 September at 14:00 00:30 mins 14:00

Changing Construction Industry Business Models – Industry Reform

24 September at 14:30 01:00 hr 14:30

Seamus Hoyne

Dean of Flexible and Work Based Learning

Technological University of the Shannon

Lis O'Brien

DASBE Manager Flexible and Workbased Learning

Technological University of the Shannon

Juley McGourty

DASBE Technicial Officer

Technological University of the Shannon

Closing Remarks

24 September at 15:30 00:15 mins 15:30

Afternoon Break and Exhibition

24 September at 15:45 00:30 mins 15:45
Refreshments and networking

End of Day

24 September at 16:15 00:00 mins 16:15
End of the day

Exhibitors

Juley McGourty

DASBE Technicial Officer
Technological University of the Shannon

Lis O’Brien

DASBE Manager Flexible and Workbased Learning
Technological University of the Shannon
Lis O’Brien is a Chartered Architect and Sustainable Energy Engineer, previously managing an architectural practice for over 20 years in UK and Ireland, specialising in sustainable energy efficient design, renewables, BIM, project management, and coordination of buildings. She is involved in a number of expert panels in Ireland (such as NSAI SR54) and across Europe related to energy retrofit, circular and digital advances. Lis is currently the DASBE Manager (Digital Academy for the Sustainable Built Environment) at the Technological University of the Shannon, developing short flexible courses to support the construction industry by driving upskilling across the energy, circular, and digital sectors.

Martin Moore

Assistant Chief Fire Officer and Building Control Officer
Tipperary Fire and Rescue Service
Assistant Chief Fire Officer and Building Control Officer with Tipperary Fire and Rescue Service working predominately in fire prevention and building control. Previously worked in private practice as an Architectural Technologist (Bsc (Hons) Architectural Technology), 10 years postgraduate experience within the construction sector between public and private practice.
Chartered Building Engineer with CABE, Registered Building Surveyor with SCSI, member of the Irish Building Control Institute (IBCI) and part time Lecturer in Fire Safety Engineering Design and Fire Safety Law. Currently completing a Msc. in Building Regulatory Compliance.

Richard Flynn

President
Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE)

Richard Harral

Interim Chief Executive Officer
Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE)
Richard Harral is the Interim Chief Executive at CABE after having been Technical Director from 2018 – 2024. He has previously worked as an architect in both public and private sector practice, and as a policy official in the Building Regulations Division of MHCLG between 2007 and 2014 where he oversaw introduction of policies on accessible housing, security standards, broadband and the national space standard for new homes. Richard was subsequently Head of Technical Policy in the period 2014-2017. He currently sits on the CIC Competence Steering Group, and chairs a number of competence working groups including on Designer and Architect Competence. He was Technical author for Flex 8670, the recently published British Standard on Competence for building safety in Built environment industries.

Seamus Hoyne

Dean of Flexible and Work Based Learning
Technological University of the Shannon
Seamus is a Chartered Engineer with over 25 years experience in energy and education sectors Nationally and Internationally. He is Dean of Flexible and Work Based Learning within TUS and Principle Investigator of the Sustainable Development Research Institute (SDRI). He is coordinator of the HEA Funded Digital Academy for Sustainable Built Environment (DASBE) initiative. He has a deep commitment to ensuring that we develop skills and capacity across the economy to meet our energy and climate challenges.

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