20 December 2018
Wulfruna St, Wolverhampton WV1 1LY
You are invited to participate in a workshop looking at recent advances in Brownfield Technology.
Due to the industrial heritage of the West Midlands and particularly the Black Country, there is a large amount of brownfield land that requires redevelopment.
The Brownfield Research and Innovation Centre (BRIC)
has been established at the University of Wolverhampton and is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund to offer support service to Black Country SMEs who require assistance with all aspects of brownfield remediation and regeneration challenges, bringing together a store of knowledge on Brownfield Site Redevelopment.
As a part of this role BRIC is charged with the development and dispersion of information on novel techniques, especially encouraging collaboration between academic and industry knowledge centres.
The aim of the Advances in Brownfield Technology Workshop, is to encourage lively discussion on the restoration of brownfield sites including consideration of the most innovative and novel techniques in the field.
The Workshop will run alongside/as a part of ICCF
International Conference 2018,
Booking and further information
For more information and booking, click here.