HBF Technical Conference 2013

24 October, 2013

This year's HBF Technical Conference will be held on Thursday 24 October at Austin Court in Birmingham.

With details of the Housing Standards Review soon to emerge and Part L changes still in the offing, this year’s HBF Technical Conference will as ever be the ideal forum to keep up to date with the ever changing regulations and standards affecting the housebuilding industry.    

In addition to Building Regulation updates, the conference will examine the issues emerging from the Performance Gap, will consider the debate over Allowable Solutions and update delegates on the current position of the Floods and Water Management Act and its implications for housebuilders.

The rapid increase of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in the construction industry has successfully evolved the design & information management process and is now moving into the sight of many housebuilders.

The conference will explore the benefits and obstacles that apply when implementing BIM into your business.

Expert speakers will be on hand to answer your questions and to advise on current regulatory changes.


HBF Member Delegate Place : £336.00 (£280.00 excl VAT)

Non Member Delegate Place : £432.00 (£360.00 excl VAT)


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AGENDA HBF TECHNICAL CONFERENCE - APPROXIMATE TIMINGS Conference Agenda 9.30 - 16.30 Registration - 9.30 - 10.00

*approximate timings

Conference Chair    

Dave Mitchell

Technical  Director, HBF

Speakers Include:      

Dr Dave Baker OBE

CEO, Robust Details

Craig Ferrans

Associate Director Divisional Design, Miller Homes

Andy von Bradsky

Chairman, PRP Architects

Steve Wielebski

Divisional Development Director, Miller Homes

Rob Pannell

Director, Zero Carbon Hub


Dave Mitchell

Dave Mitchell

Technical Director, HBF

Dr Dave Baker

Dr Dave Baker

CEO, Robust Details Ltd

Steve Wielebski

Steve Wielebski

Divisional Development Director, Miller Homes

Adam Bushnell

Adam Bushnell

Utility Project Manager, ATKINS

Jeremy Haigh

Jeremy Haigh

Business Development Manager, ATKINS


AUSTIN COURT (home of the IET) 80 Cambridge Street
B1 2NP: