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Future Thinking Seminars

Join us for the latest series of Future Thinking seminars, designed especially for building services consultants.

Future Thinking

Join us for Future Thinking series 10, focusing on Developing a Circular Economy in Building Services

Reducing the environmental impact of climate control solutions means moving away from the “take, make and dispose” model of manufacture and management, towards a circular economy in which resources, waste and emissions are minimised.

It’s a sea-change that will affect the entire building services industry – demanding greater collaboration between suppliers, designers, installers and end users of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.

So join Future Thinking seminar series 10, hosted at venues around the UK, where we’ll be focusing on the challenges and opportunities of developing a circular economy in building services.

Date Location Venue Register
31st October Glasgow Blythswood Square Hotel Event complete
1st November Edinburgh Hotel Du Vin Event complete Event complete
6th November Newcastle Malmaison  Event complete
7th November Leeds Aspire Event complete
8th November Manchester Malmaison  Event complete
13th November Birmingham Hyatt Regency Event complete
14th November Southampton DoubleTree by Hilton Event complete Event complete
15th November Nottingham St James Hotel Event complete
20th November London The Bloomsbury Event complete
21st November Bristol Radisson Blu Event complete
22nd November Cardiff National Museum of Cardiff Event complete
NEW DATE: 21st March Cambridge Tamburlaine Event complete
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Thursday 21st March


27-29 Station Road, 





6.00pm    Guest arrival

6.30pm    Welcome from Daikin

6.40pm    Presentations and Q&A

8.00pm    Networking drinks and buffet

9.30pm    Close



Ant Wilson MBE FREng

Director, Sustainability, Building Engineering, AECOM

Ant is recognised as one of the UK’s most influential building services engineers with considerable experience in low and zero carbon systems, facade engineering and green measurement tools.

Ant gained a BSc(Hons) in Building (Environmental) Engineering from Bath University and went on to join Oscar Faber (now AECOM) in 1979.