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29 February, 8:30am – 10:00am • Mott MacDonald, 10 Fleet Place


Resource scarcity. Cost of materials. Disposal of waste. Sustainability targets. Unprecedented biodiversity loss and climate impacts. An urgent re-think is needed in how we address and adapt to our current environment. Could design for manufacture and assembly unlock the Circular Economy in the Built Environment?

Join us for this panel discussion where we’ll hear from industry with experience working on projects such as the ABBA Voyage Arena, pioneering digital solutions for offsite construction, and insights on tackling the large scale change required to enable the circular economy.

Hosted by Mott MacDonald’s DfMA Impact Lead Trudi Sully, the panel will also include:

Amy Casterton from ES Global, a specialist company in the delivery of demountable overlay and infrastructure to the music, sports, cultural, and public sector markets. Amy will share her thoughts on the gaps needing to be addressed for increased circularity and the role DFMA can play, drawing on ES Global’s experience delivering the ABBA Voyage building and Tokyo Olympics.

Charlotte Garrett from KOPE, a company pioneering digital solutions for offsite construction with their leading solutions of KOPE construct, KOPE market and KOPE lab. Charlotte will share her insight on the gaps in the market preventing greater sustainable outcomes and the opportunity of increased digital solutions to drive the Circular Economy.

Mark Enzer OBE FREng from Mott MacDonald, a Strategic Advisory Director and industry voice in the Circular Economy and Visiting Professor at the University of Cambridge and an Honorary Fellow at Imperial College. Mark has published several papers surrounding Climate, Environment and Social in the Built Environment, and most recently was the driving force behind ‘Our Shared Understanding: a circular economy in the built environment’(2023). Mark will bring his insight of how to tackle the large-scale change required to enable the Circular Economy.

The event will include presentations from the panellists, followed by a Q&A with the audience. It will take place at Mott MacDonald’s office at 10 Fleet Place, with breakfast and refreshments provided.

This talk Business Breakfast Club is part of a series of monthly talks delivered by Fleet Street Quarter, in partnership with Mott MacDonald.

PLEASE NOTE: Breakfast will be provided at this talk, if you have any specific dietary requirements or allergies please contact Fleet Street Quarter via Eventbrite after booking your ticket.

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