EDA Spring Conference 2011


In the ‘interesting’ times that we are currently living and working, the EDA Spring Conference will be of exceptional importance in the identifi cation of current market trends and conditions, as well as what new business opportunities are on offer. This is a unique occasion for expanding your professional network, sharing best practices and gaining practical tools.

High Technical Content

The conference programme has been drafted with the intention of meeting the expectations of members who want to learn
and experience something new, and also to provide a good evidential background to the discussions that will take place during the meetings.

The Spring Conference is a platform that will allow the development of networking connections between contractors, suppliers of equipment and adjacent industries.

Where the 2011 Spring Conference is concerned, in particular the aim has been to provide the audience with a high technical content, featuring top-quality presentations and a professional programme that will include fi rst-class technical sessions.


The event will take place in London, on the 2nd-4th June – there are a number of good reasons for selecting the UK’s capital city to host the Spring Conference, including easy access from anywhere in the world and excellent hotel facilities.

In addition, London’s preparations for hosting the 2012 Olympic Games make it an excellent destination.

The Spring Conference will be held in one of London’s most exclusives venues, The Royal Horseguards Hotel, a magnificent 5 star hotel situated near Charing Cross, Trafalgar Square and The Strand.

Social Programme

The EDA has put together a comprehensive programme, both for Conference delegates
and for those accompanying them.

First of all, the Gala Dinner will be held at the Royal Courts of Justice. A very special event will take place during the Dinner – the announcement of the Club of Honour, which has been established to recognise individual contributions to the demolition industry over the years.

The full social programme will guarantee an action-packed time, including visits to Windsor Castle, Brooklands Motor Museum and the Mercedes World Museum. At the latter, visitors will have the opportunity to try out the off-road driving experience and feel how 4×4 vehicles handle steep slopes, water crossings and axle twisting obstacles.

On Saturday, the Essential Wine Challenge is an excellent, light hearted activity for private groups keen on putting their wine-tasting skills to the test. An expert guide will teach the essentials of wine tasting in a entertaining and informal manner.


EDA 2011 Spring Conference – Program Draft


EDA 2011 Spring Conference Website