Generation4Tech: Bright young minds of construction explore how to make sector smarter, more efficient

The construction sector’s brightest young minds gather today in Leeds to explore how their generation is embracing new technologies to make the construction industry better, faster and stronger. This year’s Generation for Change (G4C) conference, themed Generation4Tech, is being delivered in partnership with the recently launched Construction Innovation Hub, which brings together the world-class construction sector expertise of … Continue reading “Generation4Tech: Bright young minds of construction explore how to make sector smarter, more efficient”

G4C Wales hosts its first Awards

Generation for Change (G4C) Wales hosted its first Awards evening at the Senedd on the 12th July, showcasing the talent of the young people in the Welsh construction industry. With over 25 shortlisted entries, it was an evening full of positivity and pride for the individuals and companies in attendance. In construction, young people are … Continue reading “G4C Wales hosts its first Awards”

#Pressforprogress

On Thursday 8th March 2018, we celebrated International Women’s Day. Social Media was a hive of activity promoting positive messages for gender equality across the world. Within our industry it is clear to see there is a higher ratio of male to female and it emphasises the need for days like International Women’s Day to … Continue reading “#Pressforprogress”

G4C Midlands Awards

14 NOVEMBER | NATIONAL CONFERENCE CENTRE – BIRMINGHAM NEW SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 29 SEPTEMBER 2017 These awards look to recognise young achievers in our industry (<36years of age). G4C aims to be the organisation that is the driving force for industry change, through the development and connection of the future industry leaders. Entry is not restricted … Continue reading “G4C Midlands Awards”

Transport for the North

The Young Generation Recently Harry Paige went into Sheffield Hallam to give a talk on the challenge set by Transport for the North followed by an hour’s think tank on their thoughts. As part of the leaders challenge with Turner & Townsend. Students with ranging degrees, mostly from the built environment, openly discussed their opinions … Continue reading “Transport for the North”