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  1. 1. Key insight into new infection- decreasing design and construction procurement challenges International healthcare facility case studies Key learnings from the blue sky healthcare facility designs & construction techniques implemented across Scandinavia & UK to enable innovation and the reduction of project oversights Innovations in healing architecture Stay at the forefront of healthcare construction with new methods of promoting patient rehabilitation in order to meet the clients new objectives PPP vs. PFI: What is the future of European healthcare facility investment Exclusive insight into the evolution of European funding models & how you can attract more investment for your projects Guarantee client approval! Insight into the techniques used across Europe to maintain budget, schedule & quality in order to meet client requirements in a fiercely competitive arena Environmental sustainability solutions How to utilise natural ventilation & lean thinking in your environmental sustainability strategy to achieve the required standards for operation Register online NOW to secure your place at this groundbreaking event! www.europeanhealthconstruction.com European representation from 15 key stakeholders Christine Blades Project Directorate-Human Capitals Division European Investment Bank Gershon Cohen Managing Director Project Finance Lloyds Banking Group Juha Helin Managing Director PEAB OY Steve Radmore Planning Manager Skanska Steve Wright Executive Director European Centre for Health Assets & Architecture John Cooper Director John Cooper Architecture, Chairman Architects for Health Klavs Hyttel CEO C.F. Moller Michael Clarke Framework Director Willmott Dixon Anders Strange CEO Aart David Leonard Healthcare Sector Manager BREEAM With European Governments facing large funding deficits and the provision of healthcare and related facilities remaining a high political priority, this conference is perfectly timed to deliver quality thought leadership and an opportunity for meaningful discussion on the key issues facing procurers and providers. Gershon Cohen, Managing Director Project Finance, LLOYDS BANKING GROUP European Health Facilities: Design & Construction 2011 Main Conference: 15th-16th February 2011 Masterclasses: 17th February 2011 Dexter House London UK SAVEup to £350Register and pay by 12th November 2010 TAKE A LOOK AT THE FULL SPEAKER LINE-UP INSIDE The Only Pan-European Event For Health Construction Professionals Construct investment-attractive projects that promote healing design & stakeholder communication to secure substantial market share Tailor-made interactive masterclasses A A-Z of Rehabilitation Promoting Architecture Klavs Hyttel CEO C.F. MOLLER B Lost Opportunities? Key takeaways from Scandinavia John Cooper Director JOHN COOPER ARCHITECTURE, Chairman ARCHITECTS FOR HEALTH Hrafnhildur Ólafsdóttir Director JOHN COOPER ARCHITECTURE C Designing For Dementia Julian Joy Director of Architecture HUNTERS
  2. 2. www.europeanhealthconstruction.com Our guarantee to you… I New contacts, new business: our unrivalled networking opportunities are designed to give you fundamental face time with key decision makers from across the industry I The very best business intelligence! We have carefully selected each and every member of our speaker faculty to ensure that you hear from only the thought- leaders and pioneers in healthcare facility construction I Benchmark against your peers to maintain your market position. Hear the mistakes made by your competition to avoid possible oversights in your projects I In-depth interactive master classes will deliver detailed insights into healing architecture, a comparison of healthcare construction in Scandinavia and UK and important considerations when designing a dementia care facility P.S. Remember to register and pay before 12th November 2010 to save £350 on your conference pass! Hear about: • European Investment Bank’s healthcare investment strategy • C.F. Moller’s manipulation of healthcare infection design • Skanska’s promotion of accurate project sequencing • Lloyds Banking Group’s cost benefit analysis of varying investment methods • Willmott Dixon’s industry recognised environmental sustainability achievement • BREEAM’s analysis of construction sustainability & the quality of patient care • ECHAA’s perspectives on the future of healthcare construction Who should attend European Health Facilities: Design & Construction 2011? Must attend event for experts from Construction Companies,Architects, Environmental/Cost/Medical Consultants & Government Officials • Project Managers • Framework Directors • Director of Health • Design Managers • Directors of Architecture • Specialist Consultants • Government Officials If your role is linked to the construction of healthcare facilities, this is the must- attend meeting of the year for you! Dear Healthcare Construction Professional, Over the last 2 years the European Investment Bank has invested over €40billion to the development of healthcare facilities. With large investments still available for your projects..... Do you have the innovative design & construction techniques at your disposal to guarantee your stake in the market? It has become increasingly apparent that the economic crisis has created a high level of uncertainty within the industry, in terms of finance available and changing procurement strategies. But with the EIB committing to renewed investment in the sector the fight for contracts has begun! Now is the time for construction companies to adapt and react to this changing market place and meet the specific needs of healthcare facility developers. After in-depth research with 86 industry professionals including Skanska, Balfour Beatty and Vinci, we have devised an event specific to the needs of European healthcare construction companies. This event is European Health Facilities: Design & Construction 2011. The agenda comprises cutting edge sessions from innovative construction companies, experienced architects, leading financial investors as well as policy influencing European associations discussing critical topics including: I The evolution of European funding models and how they are going to influence your future projects I How the latest in pioneering design & construction methods can be manipulated to decrease the spread of infection I Can environmental sustainability & quality patient care coexist in a healthcare facility I The effective new methods of stakeholder management found in communication and planning that guarantee accurate project delivery This case study intensive industry event has been specifically designed to deliver the strategic intelligence and practical solutions that you said you needed to develop into an international player. Save the date in your diary now: 15th-16th February 2011 so that nothing stands in the way of attending this construction company specific event. Places are limited and early registration is highly recommended, register now to avoid the waiting list. Sign up before 12th November 2010 and save up to £350 www.europeanhealthconstruction.com. I look forward to meeting you in February. Kind Regards Simon Wigfield Conference Producer Construction IQ Media Partners:
  3. 3. Masterclasses - Thursday 17th February 2011 Masterclass A: 08.30 - 11.30 A-Z of Rehabilitation Promoting Architecture John Cooper Director John Cooper Architecture, Chairman Architects for Health John has been a principal in practice since 1981 when he formed Avanti Architects with four colleagues, and from 2002 – 2008 as a director of Anshen Dyer. John has gained a reputation for his expertise in the design of health care buildings which is most valuable but sometimes obscures the wider range of his design experience in housing, education, university and regeneration projects. He is actively engaged in reshaping the healthcare environment and improving and re-forming its architecture, combining an expert understanding of health planning with genuine design skills at both a strategic and a detailed level. Key Projects: • The Royal Adelaide Hospital,Aus • TheNelsonMandelaChildren’sHospital,SouthAfrica • New North Tees Hospital North Tees, UK • Royal Melbourne Children’s Hospital,Aus Hrafnhildur Ólafsdóttir Director John Cooper Architecture Hrafnhildur is a founding director and partner of John Cooper Architecture. She is an experienced lead designer/project architect, having worked for major architectural practices both in the UK and Scandinavia. Hrafnhildur has initiated and developed a series of projects, many of which were won in competition. She is a strong concept designer who combines design skills with detailed knowledge of medical planning as well as a keen interest for the contextual and urban issues that affect the design of health care projects as buildings of civic importance. Key projects • The Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital Johannesburg, South Africa • West Cumberland Hospital Redevelopment Whitehaven, UK • Peterborough Hospital, UK • Østfold Hospital, Norway ៉ Insight into the affect of over- regulation in the UK How has over-regulation in the UK damaged the growth in healthcare construction.What solutions have Scandinavia implemented to combat this concern ៉ Tradition vs. Innovation An in depth debate about the promotion of innovation in Scandinavian healthcare architecture and hindered progress found within UK facility design ៉ Delegate insight into the lessons the UK healthcare construction industry can learn from Scandinavia Masterclass B: 12.30 - 15.30 Lost Opportunities? Key takeaways from Scandinavia Secure your place today: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 enquire@iqpc.co.uk www.europeanhealthconstruction.com Klavs Hyttel CEO C.F. Moller Klavs Hyttel is a partner at C.F. Moller, with a special expertise in medical facility design. C.F. Moller Architects is one of Scandinavia’s oldest and largest architectural practices, with roots dating back to 1924. Klavs projects in the health sector include the New University hospital in Aarhus, Denmark, the Dronning Ingrid’s Hospital in Greenland and the infectious diseases unit at University Hospital, Malmo, Sweden.The New University Hospital in Aarhus showcases C.F. Moller’s approach to healthcare design, combining an uncompromising commitment to aesthetics with a deep understanding of functionality. Introducing natural light colour and cutting- edge design into the hospital ward, the patients are given views of the surrounding landscape Winner of the Copenhagen Masons’ Guild’s Architecture Price and Nykedit’s Architecture Prize, Hyttel has also been a member of the Federation of Danish Architect's competition committee, external examiner for the Fellows of the Royal Academy and external professor at the Aarhus School of Architecture. ៉ Should we worry about health facility design? A look at some of the ways in which designers can influence the rehabilitation of patients ៉ Design psychology: far fetch propaganda or realistic recommendations With the implementation of design psychology into the healthcare sector, are some recommendations lacking common sense or should they be implemented without hesitation? ៉ Interactive exercise revolving around what you feel should underpin new healthcare facility design Masterclass C: 16.00 - 19.00 Designing For Dementia Julian Joy Director of Architecture Hunters Julian is a highly experienced healthcare architect and has designed projects including East Oxford Health Centre and a number of GP and dental surgeries. He is currently Director of Architecture at Hunters an internationally renowned healthcare architecture company. Hunters focuses on patients and staff and have designed new build and refurbishment within both hospitals and healthcare centres. In addition Julian and Hunters pride themselves as experts in designing facilities for the mentally ill by incorporating soothing designs, secure external spaces and a philosophy of promoting well being. ៉ Does Dementia require its own healthcare facility design Understand the importance of treating the design of a dementia clinic separately to that of a standard healthcare facility ៉ Discussion of the methods used to reduce the impact healthcare facilities have on dementia suffers Discover how incorporating open plan and dead-end free facilities into healthcare design can reduce the stress on dementia patients ៉ Delegate discussion of key design concerns found when creating a dementia specific healthcare facility Do you have a solution that would help project managers with the construction of a healthcare facility? Our delegates are actively looking for fresh and innovative technology solutions and services to assist in the construction of healthcare facilities Are you an acoustic consultant? Do you supply a medical fit out service? Can you provide innovations in infection reducing materials? If you have a solution that would benefit project managers then Construction IQ can help you get your message across to these potential clients and place your company in prime position at this industry renowned event. For sponsorship opportunities contact Dale Harris directly on +44 (0)207 368 9303 or sponsorship@iqpc.co.uk or visit www.europeanhealthconstruction.com to discuss the right package for your organisation.
  4. 4. Register now +44 (0) 207 368 9300 enquire@iqpc.co.uk www.europeanhealthconstruction.com 08.20 Registration & Coffee 08.45 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks FINANCIALS & PRACTICALS: A LOOK AT THE DIFFERING APPROACHES ACROSS EUROPE 09.00 Securing investment: Exclusive insight into the differing methods of winning over investors • Discover why the Human Capitals Division of the European Investment Bank (EIB) waits for investment applications instead of hunting for them • Expand your understanding of the application requirements the EIB demands to increase the likelihood of a successful application for investment • Understand the different methods of financial investment chosen for each country and how you can utilise them to obtain project investment across Europe Christine Blades Project Directorate - Human Capitals Division European Investment Bank 09.45 The New Model Hospital: How are you going to meet the new demands on healthcare design • Discover the new generation of healthcare facility design and what you need to do to deliver • To what extent can halving floor space really increase hospital flexibility and productivity for your clients • Learn how implementing these cost and space saving ideas ultimately improve the quality of operational services John Cooper Director John Cooper Architecture, Chairman Chairman Architects for Health 10.30 Morning Coffee & Networking INNOVATIVE ARCHITECTURE: THE KEY CLIENT REQUIREMENT 11.15 A look at how design can be manipulated to decrease the spread of infection • Find out how incorporating ‘healing’ architecture into your blueprint design can directly impact patient rehabilitation • Discover how to implement daylight, infection reducing materials and comfort into the design and construction of your project • Excusive Case Study: The innovations in infection control at Aarhus New University Hospital Klavs Hyttel CEO C.F.Moller 12.00 Designing for the doctor: The importance of operational considerations • Understand the specific needs of a health facility and the criteria in which you need to deliver on • How to mix compact hospital layouts with room flexibility to give varying adjustable layouts to allow end user room variation • Exclusive Case Study: Space saving designs used in Østfold Hospital Anders Strange CEO Aart 12.45 Lunch & Networking 14.00 Utilise innovative methods of ensuring acoustic insulation throughout the healthcare facility • Understand why acoustic considerations are one of the most important features of healthcare design and how to execute these features during construction • Implement the latest soundproofing techniques used across Europe to maintain patient privacy • How to ensure desired acoustic results first time to avoid high maintenance costs and delays to completion • Exclusive Case Study: Acoustic insulation techniques applied to the Seinäjoki Hospital Juha Helin Managing Director PEAB OY PRIOR PLANNING: THE KEY TO ANY SUCCESSFUL HEALTHCARE PROJECT 14.45 Value streams for 21st Century intelligent custodial construction • Identify with the view that 21st century intelligent construction is not simply a partial solution but in fact a total solution • Implement the latest methods of intelligent construction including 2D and 3D and how they can dramatically reduce production time • Discover how and why the application of 21st Century intelligent construction in other industry sectors such as healthcare and tourism can be directly applied to custodial buildings. Richard Ogden Chairman Build Offsite 15.30 Afternoon Tea & Networking 16.00 Project planning: The importance of sequencing when planning your project programme to achieve on time client handover • To what extent is project scheduling the most important aspect of construction for any healthcare facility • Achieve International status: Maintain accurate scheduling to ensure handover is completed on time, to not only meet client requirements, but also improve your industry reputation nationally & internationally • Sub-contractor strategy: how to incorporate suppliers at an early stage in the production cycle to ensure product accuracy and delivery Steve Radmore Planning Manager Skanska 16.45 Chairperson’s Closing Remarks Visit the download centre for your free resources, including complimentary interviews, reports & articles www.europeanhealthconstruction.com Conference Agenda Day One: Tuesday 15th February 2011 OPENINGKEYNOTE INVESTORINSIGHT DESIGN CASESTUDY DESIGN CASESTUDY CONSTRUCTION CASESTUDY
  5. 5. Conference Agenda Day Two: Wednesday 16th February 2011 Join the Construction Professionals Networking and Events group on LinkedIn! Follow Construction IQ on Twitter: twitter.com/ConstructionIQ 08.15 Registration & Coffee 08.45 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks GET FUNDED! NEW INVESTMENT PLANS FOR EUROPEAN HEALTHCARE CONSTRUCTION 09.00 Insight into the evolution of European funding models • Discover how healthcare construction investment has progressed through the economic crisis • Hear a cost benefit analysis of PFI, PPP & LIFT and what effect each will have on your national and international projects budget during construction • Discover which method Lloyds Banking Group will be following for its future investment in healthcare construction to prepare and adapt to the financial demands placed on your projects Gershon Cohen Managing Director of Project Finance Lloyds Banking Group 09.45 After the economic crisis: Investment by the private sector in European healthcare • Discover the enduring effects the economic crisis will have on the healthcare sector to learn where new investment will be occurring • Learn what a promotion of PPP would really mean for healthcare construction • Discover what the financial markets have in store for healthcare facility construction to determine the best location to begin expanding internationally Steve Wright Executive Director European Centre for Health Assets & Architecture 10.30 Morning Coffee & Networking STAKEHOLDER RELATIONSHIPS: ALL FOR ONE, ONE FOR ALL 11.15 Build Less, Use More: How design can actively increase a healthcare facilities productivity • Understand the importance of room activity variation and how design and construction can facilitate an increase in hospital efficiency • Discover how designing multi-purpose rooms can increase the productivity of the hospital staff • What affect will the impending white papers have on facility productivity? Discover how can you future proof your projects to meet new Government demands Julian Joy Director of Architecture Hunters 12.00 Project Partnering: Is stakeholder honesty really the best policy • Discover how structured cooperation with all stakeholders is vital for collectively solving construction assignments • Utilise project transparency and honest cooperation to allow areas of expertise to complement each other in order to reduce budget, scheduling & quality oversights • The importance of understanding a projects technical complexities through the use of the Activity Database to enable stakeholder compatibility Mark Dean Associate Director Healthcare Design Partnership Limited 12.45 Lunch & Networking 14.00 Multi-Stakeholder Panel Discussion: The Architect-Construction-Investor debate on the future of European Healthcare • Reducing the impact on patients during redevelopment projects • Environmental Healthcare construction • Achieving the clients operational requirements • The future of healthcare construction procurement Gershon Cohen Managing Director - Project Finance Lloyds Banking Group Juha Helin Managing Director PEAB OY Hrafnhildur Ólafsdóttir Director John Cooper Architecture Steve Wright Executive Director European Centre for Health Assets & Architecture SUSTAINABILITY: THE SECRET TO SUCCESS 14.45 How we achieved BREEAM outstanding • Discover how Willmott Dixon achieved their own environmental sustainability target of BREEAM outstanding: Find out what techniques to implement in your project • Contract BREEAM Assessors from project conception through to completion in order to maintain environmental construction accuracy • Utilise the innovative method of natural ventilation to reduce energy waste and reduce client operation costs • Exclusive Case Study: Industry leading environmental techniques used by WIllmott Dixon at Houghton-le-Spring Primary Care Centre Michael Clarke Framework Manager Willmott Dixon 15.30 Afternoon Tea & Networking 16.00 Find the right compromise: Economic and environmental sustainability vs. patient care • Discover the importance of economic and environmental sustainability in architecture and construction to implement these innovative practices in future projects • Identify how the quality of patient care can be affected by the facilities construction to become the international market leader in healthy architecture and construction • To what extent can economic & environmental sustainability be compatible with patient care? David Leonard Healthcare Sector Manager BREEAM 16.40 Chairperson’s Closing Remarks 17.00 End Of Conference Learn more at this 2 day conference than at a 2 week training course BOOK NOW on +44 (0)207 368 9300 or email enquire@iqpc.co.uk Sign up for an expert led masterclass when you register for the conference OPENINGKEYNOTE INVESTORINSIGHT CONSTRUCTION CASESTUDY CONSTRUCTION CASESTUDY
  6. 6. 5 WAYS TO REGISTER Online: www.europeanhealthconstruction.com Tel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 Email: enquire@iqpc.com Post: your booking form to IQPC Ltd. Customer Services 1st Floor 129 Wilton Road London SW1V 1JZ Conferencecode19579.001 PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED PRIOR TO THE CONFERENCE Please read the information listed below as each booking is subject to IQPC Ltd standard terms and conditions. Payment Terms: Upon completion and return of the registration form full payment is required no later than 5 business days from the date of invoice. Payment of invoices by means other than by credit card, or purchase order (UK Plc and UK government bodies only) will be subject to a £49 (plus VAT) per delegate processing fee. Payment must be received prior to the conference date.We reserve the right to refuse admission to the conference if payment has not been received. IQPC Cancellation, Postponement and Substitution Policy: You may substitute delegates at any time by providing reasonable advance notice to IQPC. For any cancellations received in writing not less than eight (8) days prior to the conference, you will receive a 90% credit to be used at another IQPC conference which must occur within one year from the date of issuance of such credit. An administration fee of 10% of the contract fee will be retained by IQPC for all permitted cancellations. No credit will be issued for any cancellations occurring within seven (7) days (inclusive) of the conference. In the event that IQPC cancels an event for any reason, you will receive a credit for 100% of the contract fee paid. You may use this credit for another IQPC event to be mutually agreed with IQPC, which must occur within one year from the date of cancellation. In the event that IQPC postpones an event for any reason and the delegate is unable or unwilling to attend in on the rescheduled date, you will receive a credit for 100% of the contract fee paid.You may use this credit for another IQPC event to be mutually agreed with IQPC, which must occur within one year from the date of postponement. Except as specified above, no credits will be issued for cancellations. There are no refunds given under any circumstances. IQPC is not responsible for any loss or damage as a result of a substitution, alteration or cancellation/postponement of an event. IQPC shall assume no liability whatsoever in the event this conference is cancelled, rescheduled or postponed due to a fortuitous event,Act of God, unforeseen occurrence or any other event that renders performance of this conference impracticable, illegal or impossible. For purposes of this clause, a fortuitous event shall include, but not be limited to: war, fire, labour strike, extreme weather or other emergency.Please note that while speakers and topics were confirmed at the time of publishing, circumstances beyond the control of the organizers may necessitate substitutions, alterations or cancellations of the speakers and/or topics.As such, IQPC reserves the right to alter or modify the advertised speakers and/or topics if necessary without any liability to you whatsoever.Any substitutions or alterations will be updated on our web page as soon as possible. Discounts: All ‘Early Bird’ Discounts require payment at time of registration and before the cut-off date in order to receive any discount. Any discounts offered whether by IQPC (including team discounts) must also require payment at the time of registration.All discount offers cannot be combined with any other offer អ Please do not pass my information to any third party Terms and Conditions Register 3 places for the price of 2! IQPC recognises the value of learning in teams. Group bookings at the same time from the same company receive a discount. In order to qualify for the 3 for 2 offer, registrants from the same company must register at the same time.Team discounts cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Team Discounts* VENUE: Dexter House, London UK No.2 Royal Mint Court,Tower Hill, London EC3N 4QN Tel: +44 (0) 207 977 5313 ACCOMMODATION: Overnight accommodation is not included in the registration fee. 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UK VAT registration number GB 799 2259 67 ** Government and public sector discounted rates apply to serving governments and public sector personnel only *** Please select you choice of Master class: A II B II C II PDFW GOVERNMENT & HEALTHCARE AUTHORITIES** Register & Pay By Register & Pay By Register & Pay By Standard 12th November 2010* 10th December 2010* 21st January 2011 Price All Access Pass Save £350 Save £250 Save £150 £1400 +VAT £1500 +VAT £1600 +VAT £1750 +VAT Main Conference + Save £350 Save £250 Save £150 2 Masterclasses*** £1100 +VAT £1200 +VAT £1300 +VAT £1450 +VAT Main Conference + Save £350 Save £250 Save £150 1 Masterclass*** £800 +VAT £900 +VAT £1000 +VAT £1150 +VAT Conference Only Save £350 Save £250 Save £150 £500 +VAT £600 +VAT £700 +VAT £850 +VAT Masterclass Only*** £300 +VAT INDUSTRY All Access Pass Save £350 Save £250 Save £150 £2350 +VAT £2450 +VAT £2550 +VAT £2700 +VAT Main Conference + Save £350 Save £250 Save £150 2 Masterclasses*** £1850 +VAT £1950 +VAT £2050 +VAT £2200 +VAT Main Conference + Save £350 Save £250 Save £150 1 Masterclass*** £1350 +VAT £1450 +VAT £1550 +VAT £1700 +VAT Conference Only Save £350 Save £250 Save £150 £850 +VAT £950 +VAT £1050 +VAT £1200 +VAT Masterclass Only*** £500 +VAT European Health Facilities: Design & Construction 2011 Main Conference: 15th-16th February 2011 Masterclasses: 17th February 2011 Dexter House London UK IGC_SLIDE

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