BESS in the Press

The viral incentive to build better stuff

Posted on

The viral incentive to build better stuff The built environment has the potential to be a powerful force for good in the ongoing battle against human pandemics. In fact, it has a track record. Kathryn Lennon-Johnson FRSA looks at the powerful architectural designs of the Art Deco period in the fight against tuberculosis and asks […]

Announcements

BESS launches on-demand Virtual Work Experience

Posted on

BESS launches on-demand Virtual Work Experience Millions of school pupils have missed out on their opportunity for real-world work experience due to COVID-19; Virtual Work Experience has become more popular, but often involves live interactions between pupils and adults that requires additional safeguarding; BESS has created experiential, on-demand work experience that can be completed at […]

Announcements

How Construction Could Save the World

Posted on

How Construction Could Save the World Virtual careers conference for students, teachers and Careers Leaders. Read more The built environment matters. It has consequences. The things we build affect generations to come. Construction plays a more substantial part in environmental sustainability, equality and inclusion, social mobility, and future-proofing our lives than many other sectors. How […]

The Latest Word

PRESS RELEASE: ‘How Construction Could Save the World’ Tops 400

Posted on

‘How Construction Could Save the World’ Tops 400 Virtual careers conference for students and teachers entitled  “How Construction Could Save the World” currently boasts over 400 tickets booked; While school buildings remain closed to many pupils, Careers Leads must continue to provide careers advice that meets the eight Gatsby Benchmarks; The perception of careers in […]

The Latest Word

PRESS RELEASE: Engaging the Next Generation in the PM’s ‘New Deal’

Posted on

Engaging the Next Generation in the PM’s ‘New Deal’ The Prime Minister has today announced a £5bn ‘New Deal’ investment, to create jobs skills and infrastructure for Britain after years of reduced investment; Hospitals, rail, roads, prisons, high streets and schools are all included in the accelerated capital spend; The environmental and sustainability credentials of […]