Maple launch latest customer event in façade education programme

Posted by Jake Dunn on 19/07/22 07:30
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Sustainable construction is one of the hottest topics in the industry at the moment.

So, Maple are delighted to launch our latest event for contractors, architects and clients – ‘Sustainable Construction of Façades’.
The event is being held at our Stockport HQ on Thursday 15 September, when it will build on the success of April’s ‘Essential guide to making façade projects a success'.
It’s a chance to hear from carbon solution specialists Auditel and lead carbon consultant Mark Miller, who will also be taking part in a live Q&A session. Maple’s own experts will be looking at the pros and cons of aluminium and timber – which is the more sustainable? 
In a packed morning, we’ll also explore how value engineering can improve environmental performance in façade projects. And, as with April’s event, which was rated an average 9.1 out of 10 by guests, we’ll round things off with lunch and an optional tour of the Maple factory.
The event is now fully booked.  


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