Airbus in the UK – Final Wing Assembly Facility Construction
North Wales Best Practice Club in association with CEW presents:
A Peer Review for the Constructing Excellence in Wales Demonstration Programme
Airbus is one of the world’s leading aircraft manufacturers. Its facilities at Broughton, North Wales is responsible for assembling the wings for all Airbus civil aircraft and its workforce totals more than 6,000 people.
Airbus Operations Ltd is currently constructing a new final wing assembly facility for the wings of the A350 XWB aircraft, with Morgan Ashurst plc as the main contractor.
The project is participating in the Demonstration Programme for Wales, designed to promote Best Practice and innovation in construction through a wide-ranging programme of projects and initiatives throughout Wales.
Come and hear from the project team on the challenges faced in constructing such a facility, with the main demo themes being integrated teams, logistics and supply development, sustainability and waste management. You will have opportunities to participate in the discussion and provide your own assessment of the project via a simple scoring mechanism. This provides a valuable stage in the process of a project becoming a ‘demonstration’.
Places are strictly limited and a maximum of 2 delegates per organisation will be accepted. Delegates will be required to complete a security form in advance and are required to bring their own PPE for this event.
There is no charge for the event but you must register with us in advance. To reserve your place email us firstname.lastname@example.org stating your full contact details and the name of any delegate wishing to attend. Once registered and your place is confirmed we will send you the necessary details for the event. Please note that onsite photography is strictly forbidden.
Non-attendance by any registered delegate will be charged at £60 (plus VAT) unless you have informed us by Monday 25th January.