In the dynamic landscape of Birmingham's commercial property sector, APiC is proud to announce its role as a sponsor and product partner for the upcoming Building Brum event, organised by the British Council for Offices (BCO) NextGen. As occupiers increasingly demand more from their workplaces, APiC is at the forefront of supporting discussions that explore the evolving requirements of commercial buildings.
The event, Building Brum: Beyond the Buildings on 31st January, will delve into the transformative shift in workplace dynamics, where offices are strategically located near homes, greenspaces, and entertainment hubs to offer unparalleled convenience for occupants. This move not only shapes the workplace but also has a profound impact on the wider community.
APiC is committed to understanding and contributing to how developments can place a greater emphasis on long-term social outcomes. Leading the discussion will be Building Brum Programme Director, Conor Nolan, and Howells Senior Interior Designer, Francesca Ghavami-Milnes, at the recently completed One Centenary Way within the Paradise development. The event will feature special guest panellists including Shauna Bradley from Howells, Ross Fittall - Commercial Director at MEPC, and Alison Kilby - Associate Director at Arup.
APiC's commitment to sustainable growth and inclusive development aligns seamlessly with the event's theme, which explores how regeneration projects can deliver more than just architecture. The goal is to contribute to lasting social value and create meaningful change within the community.
As a supporter and sponsor of the Building Brum series, APiC joins other industry leaders such as Solus, Cavendish, ScanTech Digital, Arup, Careys, and Sunbelt Rentals. This collaborative effort aims to bring together built environment professionals passionate about Birmingham, fostering knowledge sharing and showcasing projects that shape the city's growth.
The event is also supported and sponsored by BCO Next Gen partners Solus and The Senator Group, offering young professionals in the commercial property sector a valuable opportunity to share ideas, develop knowledge, and build a network of contacts as they progress in their careers.
APiC Limited looks forward to supporting this vital discussion, contributing to Birmingham's built environment, and furthering the conversation on how developments can positively impact both workplaces and the broader community.