LEAF International 2015
LEAF International will be coming to the landmark capital of architecture in 2015. The Forum will take place in London from 15th -16th October 2015. Now in its 15th year we will be bringing together senior decision makers from leading international architectural practices, contractors, developers, engineers and supplier partners to learn about the latest industry developments and to network with the entire industry supply chain.
LEAF Mission Statement
The only high level, one to one business development platform for leading specifiers and suppliers to discuss future building projects.
The event will include a comprehensive programme of high level keynote presentations on future building project wins that will be premiered at LEAF International making our forum the only launch pad for recently won projects. Previous LEAF events have seen the official presentation of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games, Gensler’s Shanghai Tower and BDP’s Kuwait Cultural Centre.
LEAF International will focus on specifying for future projects via our unique customized private one to one meetings platform designed specifically to facilitate business development opportunities both for supplier partners and high level specifiers from the international design and build community, complemented with numerous networking activities.
We are also holding a separate awards ceremony on the evening of Friday October 16th. Join us at the prestigious LEAF Awards for an evening gala dinner honouring the most recent global architectural projects.
We are delighted to announce that Havell’s Sylvania will host an exclusive lightning roundtable discussion as part of the LEAF Forum 2015 October 15th-16th, Programme taking place in London.We are also pleased to confirm to Havell’s Sylvania as the official category sponsor for Commercial Building of the Year at the LEAF Forum, October 16th 2015.
‘The LEAF team are delighted to introduce the 2015 learning programme, featuring keynote presentations from government, leading architectural practices, developers and contractors. Contributors include –
We are delighted to announce and present Rossana UK as the official category sponsor for Residential Building of the year - Single and Multiple Occupancy Established in Italy since 1953, Rossana has a rich heritage and was the first kitchen brand to be exhibited in New York’s Museum of Modern Art (m.o.m.a). Rossana is renowned for working with local Italian artisans to produce ground breaking designs under the careful stewardship of Design Director ...
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The University of Cambridge in the UK has selected construction firm Farrans to develop Storey's Field Centre, a community hall on its North West Cambridge Development.
Wellington City Council has approved the resource consent application forwarded by Airways New Zealand for developing a leaning 32m-high airport control tower on Tirangi Road, Rongotai in New Zealand.
Worcestershire County Council has granted planning permission for the £22m Worcestershire Parkway Regional Interchange railway station in the UK.