Design for Manufacture and Assembly


Curtins podium talk

20
Jun
2018
 
7
30
AM

 

A breakfast seminar on the potential and future of Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) for the construction industry. Key speakers will address the importance of a design approach that focuses on the ease of manufacture and efficiency of assembly. 

DfMA is the combination of two methodologies; Design for Manufacture, which focuses on how to design the parts that make a product specifically for ease of manufacture, and Design for Assembly, which is the design of the product for ease of assembly. By simplifying the design of a product it is possible to manufacture and assemble it more efficiently, in the minimum time and at a lower cost. 

This morning talk will be led by expert speakers including;

Ken Shuttleworth, founding director at Make Architects

Neil Brearley, founding director at Cast real estate and construction consultantcy

Frven Lim,  director of DP Architects, London

Simon Harold, business development director at PCE Limited

Hosts: Rhiannon Carss, communications manager and Dan Evans, executive director at Curtins, London

The morning will begin at 7.30am with a light breakfast followed by a talk and audience Q&A at 8.00 am. The event will end at 9.30am. 

The event is free but booking is essential. Your information may be shared with our event partner Curtins for the purposes of running the event. Please refer to our Privacy Policy for more information on how we process your data. 

This event is produced by Curtins and supported by The Built Environment Trust.