Partner with Green Sky Thinking Week
Green Sky Thinking week returns in May 2017.
Supporting Green Sky Thinking
presents a unique opportunity to:
- Showcase a commitment to, and expertise in, sustainable design and
- Access to Open-City network of building developers, clients, design
professionals and local governments.
- Sit on the expert
Sustainability Sounding Board to shape the programme for next year. 2016 Sponsors: Buro Happold Enginnering, Mace, Derwent London, GLA,
British Land, Rocket Investments, Architect’s Journal, Skanska, Elliott
- Host & speaking opportunity of launch reception or spotlight
If you would like to get involved in Green Sky Thinking or for more information
Katerina Papavasileiou, Sustainability Programmes Manager
T: 020 73830782
Previous Sponsors of Green Sky Thinking Week
In this Section
“At David Ball Group we champion sustainable practices and strongly
believe in innovation and a holistic approach to tackling green issues.
We are delighted to support an organisation such as Green Sky Thinking
which shares these values. We look forward to working with some of
the major players in this area to advocate sustainable opportunities
and bring about genuine change."
David Ball, Chairman, David Ball Group
"Green Sky Thinking provides an opportunity for us to celebrate
the work of our committed staff and exchange ideas with users and practitioners
in the built environment."
Andrew Keelin, Director, BuroHappold Engineering
The Mayor is pleased to support Green Sky Thinking Week. With
London currently growing faster than ever in its history it is vital
that the capital’s development is sustai nable, maintaining and
improving the city’s quality of life and so lengthening its lead
as the world’s greatest city. Green Sky Thinking Week facilitates
better understanding of the economic opportunities sustainability
in all its forms present. He is pleased to support this platform,
which brings together public authorities and business together to
collaborate on making London the sustainable megacity global leader.’
the Mayor’s Environment Advisor, Greater London Authority
'Arup finds this pan London programme of great benefit to those
practitioners within the construction industry in the design of buildings.
Providing high profile platform GST enables Arup to challenge perception
and convention on how we should collectively take responsibility
to shaping London in 21st Century.'
Farrah Hassan-Hardwick, Business Development Leader, Arup