The Computational Foundry is a key building in the new Bay Campus completing the central square of the site. Working with AHR and Willmott Dixon, MACH Acoustics is delighted to be supporting on this important project.
This excellent networking opportunity for those professional in the construction industry is held monthly as the title implies, at Bristol’s Colston Hall. Hosted by various sponsoring companies over a lunch time the event welcomes those from all associated professions – architects, engineers, contractors and has been described as a “leaning in group”. Having attended this meeting for a few years now MACH Acoustics would definitely agree. Not only is it a good place to make new contacts, but the benefits from meeting up with like minded people and sharing ideas and knowledge are enormously valued.
Martin Hathaway, Clarkenbond Director and also one of the founding members of the FTC says of the event “Thanks to all friends old and new who join us, it’s good to see that the FTC continues to attract movers and shakers in Bristol and the surrounding areas”.
This month saw an attendance of over 150 and was sponsored by Integral. After an interesting address the ever popular prize draw took place. MACH Acoustics is pleased to be working currently with Integral on Redcliffe Parade in Bristol and having the opportunity to discuss projects in an informal setting over lunch seems a good way to make work even more enjoyable.
http://www.machacoustics.com/mach/images/uploads/content/1493_MACH_ACOUSTICS_CPD_brochure_x2.pdf , bespoke sessions are also available upon request.
Continuing Professional Development, just exactly what’s in it for architects, engineers and contractors to give up their lunch hours and pitch up to a talk? What could possibly be more appealing that leafing through the latest Architects Journal or Construction line and sitting at your desk for yet another hour!
Arguably most CPDs are just an excuse for companies to showcase their services or wares, but at MACH Acoustics they are treated more like an educational seminar and challenging questions and engagement are encouraged, Here’s what Gardiner and Theobald had to say of a recent CPD:
“I think you pitched the talk just right – feedback from the team was very positive, and I think everyone has taken away some useful new knowledge. The session has made us realise that there may be a lot of added value from considered and timely acoustic advice that we are not always seeking early enough on our projects.”
Click on the link below to access the brochure and see all the different CPDs currently offered and get in touch if you are interested in booking one.