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Olympia London | 11-12 June 2019


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Design, Development & Supply Chain Conference


Tuesday 11th June 2019 - Day 1

| Tuesday 11th June 10:00 - 11:00

British Aviation Group Supply Chain Session 1: The Airport Procurement Panel:

Procurement, design management, capital planning and construction delivery in complex airports environments

Led by

BAG Deputy Chair & Lead Aviation Sector Partner
Jason Fowler

BAG Deputy Chair & Lead Aviation Sector Partner
Gardiner & Theobald


Panel

Procurement Director
Andrew Haynes

Procurement Director
Heathrow Airport

Terry Fitzmaurice

 
Manchester Airport Group

Construction Category Manager
Keith Letten

Construction Category Manager
Gatwick Airport



11:00 - 11:30
Coffee Break on the EXPO Floor
| Tuesday 11th June 11:30 - 11:45

Design & Development Angled Presentation

“A glaring problem – building reflections can blind pilots, and have even melted cars and caused burn injuries. What are the solutions to identifying and preventing common solar issues facing highly-glazed airports?”

Leader of Major Projects Eurasia
Ruth Shilston

Leader of Major Projects Eurasia
RWDI


| Tuesday 11th June 11:45 - 12:00

Supply Chain Angled Presentation

Video Analytics Beyond Security

Development Manager Transport
Chris Lambert

Development Manager Transport
Bosch Security and Safety Systems


| Tuesday 11th June 12:00 - 13:00

British Aviation Group Supply Chain Session 2: Delivering UK airport security capability

How the UK supply chain works effectively together in the airport security space

Led by

Business Owner (previously Head of International Strategy Team, Aviation Security Division, UK Department for Transport), Deputy, Chair, BAG Security Group
Clive Wright

Business Owner (previously Head of International Strategy Team, Aviation Security Division, UK Department for Transport), Deputy, Chair, BAG Security Group
Contego Aviation Security


Panel members to be confirmed


| Tuesday 11th June 13:00 - 14:00

Lunch on the EXPO Floor

| Tuesday 11th June 14:00 - 15:00

British Aviation Group Supply Chain Session 3: What are the new international airport opportunities?

Led by

Arcadis and BAG Business Intelligence Working Group Lead
Shakir Khaja

Arcadis and BAG Business Intelligence Working Group Lead
British Aviation Group


Panel

Graham Bolton


Mott MacDonald and BAG Vice Chair

Transport Sector Manager
Kris Walters

Transport Sector Manager
Department for International Trade


WikiBAG, or the British Aviation Group’s Business Intelligence Centre, offers the latest information on airport projects across the world, bringing together intelligence gathered from BAG members, Department for International Trade (DiT) missions, and BAG’s network of airport and aviation contacts.


   

More panel members to be confirmed



15:00 - 15:15
Coffee Break on the EXPO Floor
| Tuesday 11th June 15:15 - 16:30

Passenger Experience, Customer Experience, Well-being, Health and Human Experience Part 1

Design & Development Angled Joint Presentation

Elevating Dublin Airport’s passenger experience by embedding design thinking into terminal design

Head of Insights & Planning
Jan Richards

Head of Insights & Planning
Dublin Airport

Managing Director
David Watts

Managing Director
CCD Design & Ergonomics

This joint presentation covers how Dublin Airport’s Capital Investment Plan brought “the voice of the passenger” into the review of design options.

The audience will learn:

  • Ways assessing whether the infrastructure being planned will deliver the passenger experience required.
  • New ways to collaborate: Blending traditional infrastructure and architectural design processes with experiential design.
  • Using “thick data” based on wider engagement with passengers and other design-research methods.

“Re-evaluating airport space – for a different, much-improved future traveller experience”

Director – UKIMEA Aviation Lead
Richard Matthews

Director – UKIMEA Aviation Lead
Arup


Enhancing airport environments through customer experience

Senior Project Manager
Phil Bailey

Senior Project Manager
PriestmanGoode


Airport lighting: It’s all about…..
Suddenly we realise it is all about human experiences, health, wellbeing, daylight connection and circadian rhythms. If this is the case, what have we as designers, been doing until now?

Partner (Lighting Design)
Jonathan Rush

Partner (Lighting Design)
Hoare Lea

Associate Director
Juan Ferrari

Associate Director
Hoare Lea


Wednesday 12th June - Day 2

| Wednesday 12th June 10:00 - 11:00

British Aviation Group: Supply Chain Session 4

Led by

The New Equipment & Operations Suppliers Group (EOSG)

Cortech Developments Ltd and Deputy Chair of
Robin Gill

Cortech Developments Ltd and Deputy Chair of
BAG Equipment and Operations Suppliers Group


Engineered real wood veneer – An innovative wallcovering

Inspired Surfaces and Deputy Chair
Simon Branston

Inspired Surfaces and Deputy Chair
BAG Equipment and Operations Suppliers Group


A World of Interoperability, Software Solutions for Building, High Security, Fire & Safety Systems

Cortech Developments Ltd and Deputy Chair of
Robin Gill

Cortech Developments Ltd and Deputy Chair of
BAG Equipment and Operations Suppliers Group


Advances in detection techniques providing accurate positioning data

Business Development Manager
Dale Jones

Business Development Manager
Optex


The recently-created Equipment & Operations Suppliers Group (EOSG) within the British Aviation Group (+200 members) focuses on developing and promoting the core sectors of the supply of airport services, products and technology within the UK and Internationally.



11:00 - 11:30
Coffee Break on the EXPO Floor
| Wednesday 12th June 11:30 - 12:15

Passenger Experience, Customer Experience, Well-being, Health and Human Experience Part 2

Customer care, staff care, and health and well-being in the built airport environment

Director of Operations Europe
Ann Marie Aguilar

Director of Operations Europe
the International WELL Building Institute


With:

Business Development Director
Giulio Corte

Business Development Director
Deerns UK

This presentation is about the possibilities of applying the WELL Building Standard in an airport environment. The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) WELL Building Standard is the first global rating system to be focused exclusively on the ways that buildings can enhance our health and wellness.

  • Ann Marie Aguilar is passionate about improving human experience in the built environment and the opportunities to instil “Wellness in the Workplace”.
  • Giulio Corte has been leading the Deerns’ airport engineering consultancy for seven years and has a strong interest in guaranteeing and improving health, safety, well-being and efficiency in airport developments.

Positive sound scaping in airports for improved wellbeing – and revenue generation

Senior Acoustics Engineer
Adam Scott

Senior Acoustics Engineer
Hoare Lea


Combining an airport Public Address system with an emergency Voice Alarm system

Principal, AMS Acoustics, On behalf of the Institute of Sound and Communications Engineers (ISCE).
Christopher Nicolaides

Principal, AMS Acoustics, On behalf of the Institute of Sound and Communications Engineers (ISCE).
.



12:15 - 14:00
Lunch on the EXPO Floor
| Wednesday 12th June 14:00 - 14:15

Further presentation TBC

| Wednesday 12th June 14:15 - 15:15

Creating and sharing opportunities for the next generation

British Aviation Group’s Next Gen Group

Led by

Director, JCJ Consulting, Board Member, British Aviation Group, Deputy Chair of BAG’s  Airport Consultants Group
Jacqui Johnson

Director, JCJ Consulting, Board Member, British Aviation Group, Deputy Chair of BAG’s Airport Consultants Group
.

Arup and BAG Board member
Diane Burt

Arup and BAG Board member
British Aviation Group


The British Aviation Group’s “Next Gen Group” is made up of representatives of a broad range of companies within the +200 BAG membership. The aim of Next Gen is to create networking and knowledge-sharing opportunities for younger BAG members – and prospective ‘next gen’ employees – by working closely with airports, government, educational bodies and industry.


More panel members to be confirmed


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