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Ties Between Two Great Nations: American and British Architecture and Design

Join us at Carpenters' Hall on Oct. 17 for a provocative discussion on the state of US/UK architecture & design
Rendering of London and Philadelphia skylines
Rendering of London and Philadelphia skylines

The British American Business Council of Greater Philadelphia is proud to collaborate with the Carpenters' Company and a distinguished panel of speakers to offer an informative program highlighting notable UK and Philadelphia past, present and future architectural landmarks that are not only changing skylines on both sides of the Atlantic but are responsibly creating a better world.

Post-Brexit, the UK has an opportunity to launch new export markets; UK architects are one example. This year, the US and the UK signed a mutual recognition of qualifications in architecture. The landmark agreement strengthens trade ties between the two nations.

This event featuring public and private sector experts will address the bilateral drive to lead the charge in upholding environmental standards, with an emphasis on the mutual desire to enhance public global health, safety, and welfare. Speakers will highlight British and Philadelphia area landmark building projects, and how they have shaped present-day construction throughout the centuries.

Sustainable design capability and the drive to NetZero are significantly impacting the global built environment. American and British parties involved in the construction and lifecycle management of built assets are actively collaborating. US and UK engineers, architects, designers, and urban and regional planners are at the forefront of the industry.

To register and for more details, go to:

https://apps.chamberphl.com/event/9851/ties-between-two-great-nations-american-british-architecture-design

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