Free Webinar - AIMCH: Industrialising Housing

16 Jun
Tuesday 16th June 2020

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Webinar Overview

During this h ighly relevant webinar, Steward Dalgarno will share the exciting work that is going on within a collaborative innovation project. This explores and develops the Advanced Industrialized Methods for Construction of Homes (AIMCH).

The ambition of the project is to deliver modern methods of construction (MMC) & panelised offsite systems (OSM) that are cost neutral, higher quality, faster, safer, robust and more productive than traditional masonry methods of construction.

Projects like this are critical to rebuilding the economy and meeting the demand for housing so this is an excellent opportunity to learn, ask questions and discuss what we can do as a sector in the near future to embrace and implement MMC.


Speaker: Stewart Dalgarno

Director of Product Development at Stewart Milne Group

Stewart has been with Stewart Milne Group for 36 years and has a depth of knowledge that comes from growing his career within the company. Starting as an Apprentice Draughtsman and working his way up to Director level, Stewart is regarded as one of the most highly experienced professionals in the sector by colleagues across both the business and industry.

Stewart is responsible for research and development across Stewart Milne Group focusing on the introduction of new products, processes and materials, which includes offsite construction, lean site assembly, digital working, BIM, low carbon homes and advance offsite timber building systems.

Stewart's innovative thinking has seen him recognised by the industry as an R&D champion, and he is proud to have delivered several award-winning projects. He is leader of AIMC4 and AIMCH, two of the sectors largest multi-million-pound collaborative housing projects run in partnership with Innovate UK, government and key sector stakeholders.

His values of entrepreneurship and transformational change encourage him to push for positive change, both company-wide and industry-wide.

When Stewart takes some time away from planning 'what's next' for the business, he is an avid golfer and played at a British Amateur level, winning ten club championships. He credits golf for helping him to focus and get the job done - no matter how challenging it becomes..