Back to the future?
The future of Welsh construction is its young professionals and new starters, join these leaders in West Wales.
Friday 3rd March 2017
We talk about the future – but what about the people living in that future? Who are the future generation? In Welsh construction, the future is represented by G4C (the Generation for Change).
G4C is a thriving sub group of CEW, providing a voice for the young professionals within the Welsh construction industry. They are the very people that will deliver the built environment schemes that need to be driven by the values of the Future Generations Act and under pinned by the circular economy.
Right now, they have almost 500 members and recently a new G4C West Wales group has been set up. Next week is the time to get a team together to join in with the G4C West Wales Charity Quiz on Thursday 9thMarch in Swansea where you and your team will have an opportunity to network with colleagues within the industry. G4C always manage to bring together a mix of young professionals from across the construction industry who are all keen to share ideas, discuss innovative solutions for the projects they work on and improvements to the wider industry. The whole committee of the new West Wales group will be there too – Andrew Hillier, City & County of Swansea, Chris Amos and Darren Baker of Melin Consultants, Edward Perring. Graduate, Lea Watkins of Stride Treglown, Libby Wildman and Stephen Thomas of Dawnus, Louie Vaughan of Asbri Planning, and Gareth Davies of Turner & Townsend.
How to Book: To reserve your teams place please reply to CEWales Events.
You can book individually or with a team, teams can be created on the night.