Oslo, 23 May 2017: CEEQUAL awareness course

Spårväg City Line 7 Accessibility Upgrade (Part 1) in Stockholm, Sweden | CEEQUAL Excellent (86.4%) – Construction Award | Image: Kjell-Arne Larsson
Spårväg City Line 7 Accessibility Upgrade (Part 1) in Stockholm, Sweden | CEEQUAL Excellent (86.4%) – Construction Award | Image: Kjell-Arne Larsson

Learn about the value of CEEQUAL in an upcoming half-day awareness course in Oslo, Norway being delivered in partnership with the Norwegian Greeen Building Council and Skanska.

Chris Broadbent, CEEQUAL Managing Director, will be in Oslo on 23 May to provide an introduction to the value of sustainability assessment schemes for civil engineering projects. The session will be of interest to clients, designers, and contractors working on infrastructure projects who are looking to learn about the benefits that can come from using CEEQUAL.

With new projects in the region registering with CEEQUAL this is a great opportunity to find out more about the growing interest in the scheme. Henning Fjeldheim – Adviser for Climate, Materials and Energy at Skanska – will share his experiences from the first CEEQUAL certification in Norway, the Storås River Power Plant project.

Book your place now through the Norwegian Green Building Council website

This event will be held at Norwegian Green Building Council, Kongens Gate 1, 0153 Oslo, Norway on 23 May 2017, 09:00 to 12:00 (CEST).