Conference : Day 2 – Industry Day

Day 2
Industry Day
Wednesday 26 April 2017

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Industry initiatives & Natural Stone Awards project profiles

Taking place in the stunning South Gallery rooms overlooking the Royal Victoria Dock at ExCeL, London, the Industry Day is been organised in conjunction with Stone Federation Great Britain.

Your Natural Stone Show visitor badge will permit entry into the Industry Day and all sessions are free to attend with no pre-booking required.

Day 2 of the conference will explore the practical and aesthetic considerations when choosing stone. Architects and the stone providers themselves will then put this into context by profiling a range of award-winning natural stone projects.

The latest industry initiatives being championed by the Stone Federation will also be covered. These include The Ethical Stone Register, guidance for the use of natural stone in swimming pools and Health & Safety in stone working.

Industry Day at the Natural Stone Show Conference

Programme

11:00 - 11:30

Selecting the correct stone

Ian Major, StoneTrain

11:30 - 12:15

Natural Stone Awards project profiles: landscaping

Gordon Hines, Chairman of The Landscape Forum with architects representing award-winning landscaping projects

Deansgate Metro Station, Castlefield - David Green, SimpsonHaugh & Partners

Douglas Town Centre - Andy Thomson, BCA Landscape

12:15 - 12:40

The Ethical Stone Register

David Richardson, Chairman of The Ethical Sourcing Forum

14:00 - 14:45

Natural Stone Awards project profiles: British stone

Marcus Paine, Chairman of The Quarry Forum with architects representing award-winning British stone projects

131 Sloane Street, London - Mike Stiff, Stiff + Trevillion

Silberrad Student Centre, Colchester - Roger Meyer, Patel Taylor

14:45 - 15:15

15:15 - 16:00

Natural Stone Awards project profiles: interiors

Chris Kelsey, Chairman of The Interiors & Surface Material Focus Group with architects representing award-winning interiors projects

Hampstead, London - Christopher Pask, Charlton Brown Architects