Glasgow to host second Young Professionals in Construction gathering

YPiCThe Young Professionals in Construction (YPiC) networking group is to build on its hugely successful inaugural event with a second meeting, this time in Glasgow.

The second YPiC Wednesday will be hosted in The Corinthian Club, on the 9th December from 6:30 pm till 8:30pm.

Held at the Edinburgh offices of commercial law firm Maclay Murray & Spens (MMS), the first event saw over 100 attendees hear from Chris Stewart of CSG.

YPiC will again host informal and focused networking opportunities, with a wide breadth of construction and property disciplines represented. The YPiC committee, comprising members from Maclay Murray & Spens , BAM Construction and 3DReid, have selected the team from icecream architecture to present their unique approach to project conception and stakeholder engagement. On the night the icecream architecture team hope to promote debate and discussion on how practices of any size can engage with major civic projects.

Andrew Marshall of 3DReid said: “After the success of the maiden YPiC Wednesday event, the committee has relished the opportunity to maintain the momentum generated, by convening another event for this coming festive period. The great turnout for the first event presented us with a large pool of professionals to approach for feedback. These offerings were gathered, reviewed and have been fed into the format for this next event. YPiC is still in its infancy, the strength of the positive feedback was welcomed, we recognise that listening and incorporating market feedback will ensure longevity and maintain the forum’s relevance. Fundamentally, the foundations have been laid and established for this informal, young professional focussed networking forum.”

The format of the evening remains true to the launch event; drinks and a range of finger foods will be available, interjected with networking and the all important informal key speaker discussion.

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