Faithful+Gould Education Expert to Join Panellist Debate at BFE 2012

Dale Potts
Formerly known as BSEC, Building Future Education is the UK's only focused conference and exhibition for the finance, procurement, design, construction and furnishing of education buildings.

This year the two day conference will be held at the Business Design Centre, Islington, London, on the 9th and 10th of May.

Keynote speakers at the event will include Paul Morrell, the Government chief construction advisor, Peter Lauener, chief executive of the Education Funding Agency and Andrew Covell, associate director at Faithful+Gould.

Andrew Covell comments, “Having been heavily involved in the Government’s Building Schools for the Future Programme, and various PFI funded projects prior to that, I believe the Priority Schools Building Programme can greatly benefit from the knowledge gained during these initiatives, in particular understanding how the funding will be shared and obtained. I’m delighted to be actively supporting the transformation of education on behalf of Faithful+Gould.”

Andrew is speaking on day one of the conference. Joining Andrew in the debate will be Jayne Hettle from Morgan Sindall, Richard Woods from Capita Symonds, Stephen Beechey from Wates and Mike Green from the Education Funding Agency. Throughout the duration of the event Faithful+Gould will be inviting heads of estates and directors of education to discuss their education needs in our sponsored VIP lounge.

"We are very pleased to be a part of the event and look forward to meeting colleagues from across the education sector."

Andrew Constable, director of education

Andrew Constable, Faithful+Gould's director of education, concludes, “It was not a question of Faithful+Gould attending Building for Education, it was more a question of how can we best support the event whilst taking the opportunity to share our business knowledge with others. We are very pleased to be a part of the event and look forward to meeting colleagues from across the education sector.”