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RIBA London Practice Clinic - Project Management

10 October 18:30 - 20:30
Organized by: RIBA London
Venue: RIBA
Royal Institute of British Architects
76 Portland Place

RIBA London's Autumn series of Practice Clinics aim to provide support for small practices on a range of topics, tackling tricky questions, problems and dilemmas with a panel of experts.


The event will be interactive, allowing for attendees to pose questions to the panel and offer their own advice and experience.


The format is simple, if you have a hit a hurdle with a project management issue or problem this event will aim to solve it. Submit your question when you book your ticket and we will put it to our experts and your peers to discuss.


The Panel: 


Myles Woodley - Norman Rourke Pryme

Myles is a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and a qualified project manager. He became a full equity Partner of norman rourke pryme in 2005 and is now a team leader of a project management group. With over 20 years' experience, Myles has worked on a number of large scale office developments and a wide variety of commercial fitting out projects. Most recently he has gained extensive experience working in the high end residential sector. 


Yemi Aladerun

Yemi is a Major Projects Manager working on housing regeneration / estate modernisation projects at Islington and Shoreditch Housing Association. She previously worked at Barbara Weiss Architects as an Associate Architect.

Yemi is a nationally-elected council member of the Royal Institute of British Architects. She is an advocate for Educational Equality and Income Equality, and is extremely passionate about social mobility and broadening access to the construction industry. She also sits on the RIBA’s Education Committee and is an Ambassador of the Architects Benevolent Society. Yemi currently mentors for the FLUID Diversity Mentoring Programme and the Social Mobility Foundation.


Third panelist TBC