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  1. 1. SAVE U REGI £25 P TO PAY STER0 AN SEPTBY 10TH D THE ONLY CUSTODIAL CONSTRUCTION EVENT IN EUROPE EMB ER Prison Planning, Design and Development 2010 Deploy an Effective Design Strategy That Promotes Rehabilitation and Sustainability to Win New Contracts 7th-9th December 2010 | London, UK Representation from ALL the Key Stakeholders Key insight into the major design and Crispin Blunt Parliamentary construction challenges: Under Secretary of State Ministry of Justice SS The Rehabilitation Revolution Be the first choice for new tender by implementing proven Terry Stocks Head of Construction Delivery methods of promoting rehabilitation from design to NOMS construction phase Siân James SS Future of Environmental Sustainability Member of Parliament – Justice Committee Exclusive insight into the new changes to BREEAM HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT assessments so that you can prepare and successfully Martin Townsend complete project delivery Director BREEAM SS Key Advancements in Prefabrication Execute the latest innovative forms of prefabrication and their Sten Ostenfeld Director application to your custodial construction projects and reduce ALEX POULSEN ARCHITECTURE- DENMARK cost and time on site Hunter Hardy SS International Prison Designs Case Studies Architecture Department Director Take away key learnings from the blue sky prison designs W.R. DUNN and implement best practice from construction projects around Europe Tailor-made Interactive Masterclasses SS Decrease Production Time A Modern Design and Rehabilitation Frazer Bufton Director of Architecture How communication with other project stakeholders can HLN ARCHITECTS improve custodial construction site efficiency, enabling your B Understand the Sustainability and Use of Waste to fit more contracts into your busy schedule Materials in Prison Construction Paul Thistlethwaite Head of Training BREEAM Media Partner C Optimal Methods of Planning in the Custodial Construction Industry Kevin Gleeson Director of Planning Development and Regeneration Lambert Smith Hampton Register online NOW to secure your place at this groundbreaking event!
  2. 2. Dear Custodial Industry Professional Our Guarantee to you… SS New contacts, new business – our A new era for custodial construction… with the unparalleled networking opportunities election of the Coalition Government, added emphasis are designed to give you crucial face time with key decision makers from on prisoner rehabilitation and a shift to re-development across the industry – are you in pole position to fight and win new tender? SS The very best business intelligence! We have carefully selected each and It has become increasingly apparent that the election of the new Coalition every member of our speaker faculty to Government has created a high level of uncertainty within the industry. With ensure that you hear from only the thought-leaders and pioneers in the changing framework coming in to play and a renewed focus on prisoner custodial construction rehabilitation and environmental sustainability, it’s time to go back to the drawing SS In-depth interactive master classes board and re-think your strategy that can compete and win new business. will deliver detailed insight into environmental sustainability, It’s no secret that the Government needs to cut its financial deficit whilst rehabilitative design and the solving the problem of an exceptionally high reoffending rate of 49.4% planning application process whilst maintaining high innovative standards. This means custodial construction Who Should Attend Prison professionals need to adapt and react to meet the Governments new demands. Planning, Design and After in-depth research with 79 experts from across the industry including Development 2010? Skanska, Serco and Balfour Beatty, we have devised Europe’s premier SS Project Managers Prison Planning, Design and Development 2010 conference. The SS Framework Managers agenda comprises of groundbreaking sessions from Government officials, leading SS Associate Directors architects and construction companies discussing critical topics such as: SS Architects SS The latest innovative uses of prefabrication when delivering SS Technical Directors redevelopment projects SS Specialist Consultants SS How good prison design can help to reduce recidivism SS Ministry of Justice Officials SS How to successfully implement the new upcoming changes SS Correctional Facilities Officials in BREEAM Assessment If your role is linked to custodial construction SS Methods of improving communication with other project design and development, this is the must- attend meeting of the year for you! stakeholders in order to improve construction site efficiency This unique conference has been specifically designed to deliver the strategic Here’s what your Industry intelligence and practical knowledge that you said you needed. We bring Peers had to say about our together project managers, framework directors, architects, specialist Custodial Construction Events. consultants and Government officials for this focussed industry event. Mark the date in your diary now: 7th- 8th December 2010 so that nothing “The challenge to designers and stands in the way of attending the ONLY custodial construction event in Europe. commissioners alike is to work together Places are limited and early registration is highly recommended, register now to to put a foot in the ‘revolving door of avoid the wait list. recidivism’ and create prisons which offer P.S. REM opportunity for change. This conference I look forward to meeting you in December. EM REGISTER BER TO gives us an opportunity to begin to meet Kind Regards, AND that challenge together and look to a BEFORE 1 PAY Simon Wigfield SEPTEMB 0TH holistic future in prison design.” ER Conference producer UP TO £2 TO SAVE Frazer Bufton, Director of 50 Construction IQ CONFERE ON YOUR Architecture, HLN Architects NCE PAS S. +44 (0)207 368 9300
  3. 3. CONFERENCE AGENDA DAY ONE | Tuesday 7th December 2010 8.15 Registration & Coffee 12.45 Lunch & Networking 8.45 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks 14.00 Environment vs. Regime which has most impact on the success of rehabilitation THE FUTURE OF THE CUSTODIAL INDUSTRY • Find out why environmental design has come to the forefront 9.00 Prison Design and Operation in 2010- the of innovative architecture International perspective • Discover if the environmental design can really challenge the • Discover what the continent is considering when looking at current system of rehabilitation exhibited by custodial officials advances in prison design to be the most affective methods. • Learn about the latest prisons designs from Denmark, Iceland, Andreas Alexiou Ireland and Bosnia Associate Director of Architecture • Find out what the UK custodial construction industry can learn TPS Consult from their European counterparts 14.45 Prisoners Dilemma- Does better rehabilitation Sten Ostenfeld mean less prisons? Director • The effects a decreased reoffending rate can have on the ALEX POULSEN ARCHITECTURE custodial construction industry 9.45 Community Prisons- A new method of aiding • Does a decreasing reoffending rate imply an increase in rehabilitation prison construction • An evaluation of the current policy issues surrounding rehabilitation • Discover why there’s a need for an increase in female prisons • Discover the concept that could revolutionize the prison industry in Wales. • Take the lead from market competition by understanding your Siân James MP role within the implementation of this innovation. Justice Committee Peter Mellor Houses of Parliament Director of Architecture 15.30 Afternoon Tea & Networking Capita Architects 16.00 Design determinism: is there an effective link 10.30 Morning Coffee & Networking between design and reducing reoffending? DESIGN A PRISON THAT PROMOTES • Is it foreseeable that a better environment would change mindsets? PRISONER REHABILITATION • Are we expecting designers to deal with the right issues? 11.15 ‘Prisons for the future: Working prisons and the • See examples of how care and thought can lead to rehabilitation revolution’ incremental improvements at a range of project scales • How can we deliver more effective rehabilitation in prison, Ian Rye reduce reoffending and reduce costs? Regional Director • What do working prisons look like and how do they fit with Aedas the rehabilitation revolution? 16.40 Chairperson’s Closing Remarks • How can we build these concepts into contracts and SLAs? Nicola Lowit Head of Strategy and Programme Development National Offender Management Service 12.00 Stopping the ‘Revolving Door’- How good prison design can help to reduce recidivism. • Find out the disadvantages of the current custodial system in regards to rehabilitation • Learn how innovative architecture can promote well being and self worth within a more humane prison environment • Discover the theory behind alternative prisoner rehabilitation methods Frazer Bufton Learn more at this 2 day conference than at a 2 week Director of Architecture training course! – Sign up now at HLN ARCHITECTS +44 (0)207 368 9300
  4. 4. CONFERENCE AGENDA DAY TWO | Wednesday 8th December 2010 8.20 Registration & Coffee 12.45 Lunch and Networking 8.50 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks 13.45 Disaster Management: Recovery from on-site disasters during construction CUSTODIAL INDUSTRY BEST PRACTICE • Understand the need for contingency plans when dealing with construction in a live prison environment 9.00 A strategic analysis of the current & prospective • Discover possible affects on cost and scheduling a lack of outlook for prisons contingency planning can have in a live environment • Insight into Justice policy plans and thinking • Insight into case study • Find out how this will impact the construction sector Phil Wragg • How to incorporate government policy into your business Governor Crispin Blunt MP HMP Belmarsh Parliamentary Under Secretary of State Ministry of Justice 14.30 An advanced understanding of environmental processes that aid on and off site construction 9.45 Understanding methods of best practice planning best practice in relation to custodial construction from concept • Discover the importance of using low embodied energy to completion materials when aiming for BREEAM excellence • Discover the increased roles construction companies should • Understand why it is essential to consider the life cycle partake in during the application process assessment of materials during construction • Understand why increased communication during the planning • Find out how ‘lean thinking’ construction can reduce application can decrease complications during construction. environmental impacts and costs • Discover methods of maintaining a strong relationship with David Stockdale local authorities and the community post application. Chartered Environmentalist Peter Smith Chartered Institute of Building Director of Planning, Development and Regeneration 15.15 Afternoon Tea & Networking Lambert Smith Hampton 10.30 Morning Coffee & Networking REDUCE REUSE RECYCLE THE PRISON WAY 11.15 Implement lean thinking construction to maintain accurate scheduling and reduce cost 15.45 BREEAM the future- How the changes affect the • Has the management of projects kept pace with the advances custodial construction industry in construction? • The BRE are updating their core standards, hear first hand • Lean is a “win – win” philosophy supporting sustainable these changes improvement. • Discover how the changes fit with new Government regulations • Can you afford not to be Lean? • Find out the longer term future of the standards in regards to • Clients push when is the market going to pull? progressive built environment sustainability Terry Stocks Martin Townsend Head of Construction Delivery Director National Offender Management Service BREEAM 12.00 Industry Demonstration of the advantages of 16.30 The future of sustainable and renewable using 3D software such as ‘Sketch Up’ resources in prison buildings • Learn how to use visual technology to advance project • How the implementation of in- vessel composting in prisons manager understanding from day one to handover can be considered a viable option to increasing energy efficiency • How 3D visuals can minimise the potential for oversights • How viable are bio-mass boilers to increased prison sustainability onsite George Martin • Watch a practical demonstration of how this innovative Head of Sustainability software can reduce problems with scheduling Wilmott Dixon Hunter Hardy 17.15 Chairperson’s Closing Remarks Architecture Department Director W.R. Dunn 17.30 End of Conference +44 (0)207 368 9300
  5. 5. MASTER CLASSES | Thursday 9th December 2010 A 8.30 – 11.30 About your Expert Frazer Bufton is currently Director of Master class SS Should we worry about prison design? Architecture at HLN Architects Limited, where A look at some of the ways in which designers can Modern Design he worked with Stuart Mitson of Mitson influence the experience of prisoners Techniques- Designing Consulting, to develop the ‘Mitson Academy’ a SS What ideas can we learn from other sectors? for Rehabilitation new prison concept based on education and i.e. health, education, commercial etc. rehabilitation responding to the high levels of recidivism and Frazer Bufton A discussion looking at the ways in which design disenfranchisement amongst prisoners within the current Director of Architecture solutions in other sectors can inform prison design system and which was featured in ‘Locked up Potential’, a HLN Architects report by The Centre for Social justice, on ‘a strategy for SS Interactive exercise revolving around what you reforming prisons and reforming prisoners’, published in feel should underpin new prison design March 2009. Frazer’s research into prison design and rehabilitation is due to step up a gear when he starts his new role as Senior Lecturer of Architecture at Coventry University. B 12.30 – 15.30 About your Expert Paul is by no means a novice to the speaker circuit; he Master class SS Why is material longevity beneficial to both regularly presents interactive masterclasses on environmental construction company and client? Understand the construction. Paul has previously presented on such topics An insight into Life Cycle Assessment of materials and Sustainability and Use as ‘A strategy for stretching the boundaries of the how you can increase sustainability of Waste Materials in sustainability agenda’ and ‘What is sustainable development’. SS What BREEAM can off you in sustainability Prison Construction In conjunction Paul also heads up BREEAM’s training How BREEAM can help measure the environmental scheme, teaching consultants the specific environmental impact construction companies exhibit during construction Paul Thistlethwaite elements to be considered when conducting the fundamental Head of Training SS What innovative materials are available for assessment on custodial buildings. This experience makes BREEAM use? him more than qualified to present what will be one of the An in depth review of the latest materials available that most eagerly anticipated talks of the conference promote the reduction of waste and the increase in sustainability C 16.00 – 19.00 About your Expert Kevin has over 22 years experience of town including the loss of Crown immunity. He is currently advising on the expansion of the prison estate through the planning, the vast majority of which has been submission of more than 20 planning applications and over Local Authority spent in London. In addition to extensive the past two years has been involved in securing over 7,500 Planning Engagement consultancy experience, he worked for new prison places since 2006. Kevin Gleeson Westminster City Council for over 10 years. Master class Director of Planning, Prior to joining Lambert Smith Hampton Kevin worked for SS Are local authorities really so important? Development and Regeneration Atkins where he managed a variety of projects, ranging from Discover how and why long term engagement with the Lambert Smith Hampton sub-regional studies to physical regeneration strategies. Local Authorities is beneficial from start to finish. Kevin provides strategy, process, development plan policy, SS What benefits can be drawn from early planning appraisal, appeal and application advice to public construction company involvement? and private sector clients. Reasons why construction companies should be involved Kevin is an RTPI Assessor for the Assessment of Professional in Competence. He has also been a Member of the Urban the plan making process even before applications have Design Group since 1988. been submitted. He is currently leading Lambert Smith Hampton’s town SS How does best practice aid client planning team advising on aspects of town planning relating relationships? to the custodial estate of the Ministry of Justice. Projects Understand the reasons behind the implementation of include securing residential consent on surplus land prior to best practice methods that enable construction disposal, providing listed building advice, development plan companies to follow plans to the letter. monitoring and advising on changes to the planning system +44 (0)207 368 9300
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