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Some of the largest healthcare projects in the region, including The Christie’s 270,000 sq ft replacement of the Paterson Building, will be under the spotlight at this Place North West event next month.

This half-day conference, due to take place on Thursday 2 May at the Science & Industry Museum in Manchester, will showcase major projects in the sector across the North West, with a range of speakers discussing the pipeline for hospital and healthcare projects.

The role of healthcare in the region’s ever-changing city centres and high streets will also be examined, and a special panel will look at best practice and delivery for architectural design across the sector, including care homes, primary care, and leisure centres.

Companies to book their place on the day so far include Indigo Planning, WSP, Day Architectural, Interserve Engineering Services, Pinsent Masons, Cundall, Turner & Townsend, and Hoare Lea.

Speakers confirmed so far include:

  • Sheldon Walsh, director, AFL Architects
  • Tom Renn, managing director, Manchester Science Partnerships
  • Senior speakers from Assura
  • Damian Utton, director, Pozzoni
  • Peter Rowe, associate director, Turley
  • Keith Hayes, framework director, Graham
  • Mark Simpson, director, AA Projects

Further speakers are due to be confirmed in the coming weeks

The event is sponsored by AA Projects and Graham, and will consist of a mix of panels and presentations, beginning with breakfast from 8am and closing with lunch at 12pm.

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Tickets cost £60+VAT

Click here to book tickets online

Further sponsorship opportunities are available – contact commercial director Dino Moutsopoulos on 07803988112 or

Click here to view half-day conference sponsorship opportunities

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