Saint-Gobain, the world leader in habitat and construction markets, are kicking off a series of monthly online debates exploring the most critical issues in construction tomorrow. The first debate starts at 10am and the question up for discussion will be ‘Is there a useful definition of a sustainable building?’
As a part of Saint-Gobain UK & Ireland, we want to get you involved in the debate to have your say and cast your vote!
Each monthly debate will focus on a key construction issue which you will be able to vote and comment on. Expert guests will get the ball rolling by presenting their viewpoints before going on to discuss how the issue could be tackled.
Richard Halderthay, Director of Communications for Saint-Gobain UK, Ireland & South Africa said: “We are really excited to be launching our debate series. This gives us the opportunity to discuss important industry topics… visitors to the site will have the benefit of really getting involved with the discussion via the comments section, and by casting their vote. By adding their opinions and expertise to this debut debate, we hope to have a richer, more well-rounded look at the topic.”
Check in tomorrow to see the opening arguments and cast your vote at http://www.saint-gobain.co.uk/infocentre/debates.aspx
You can also follow the debate, see who’s commenting and keep up-to-date with the voting by following @Jewson, @Saintgobain or searching #SGdebates on twitter.