The BESA Podcast

The BESA Podcast with David Frise and Chandru Dissanayeke

October 27, 2020 David Frise and Chandru Dissanayeke Season 1 Episode 1
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The BESA Podcast with David Frise and Chandru Dissanayeke
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The BESA Podcast
The BESA Podcast with David Frise and Chandru Dissanayeke
Oct 27, 2020 Season 1 Episode 1
David Frise and Chandru Dissanayeke

Hello and welcome to this week's guest Chandru Dissanayeke who has an eclectic career and now leads the industries implementation of the Hackitt Review. We discussed the new draft building safety bill and how it will change the industry.

If you're thinking dry, boring, civil servant - really think again. 

From a start in the entertainment industry to a career in the civil service he comes with genuine beliefs and a passion to see a better built environment. 

www.thebesa.com

Show Notes Transcript

Hello and welcome to this week's guest Chandru Dissanayeke who has an eclectic career and now leads the industries implementation of the Hackitt Review. We discussed the new draft building safety bill and how it will change the industry.

If you're thinking dry, boring, civil servant - really think again. 

From a start in the entertainment industry to a career in the civil service he comes with genuine beliefs and a passion to see a better built environment. 

www.thebesa.com

I’m David Frise and this is the BESA Podcast

The podcast that goes up bit deeper into the important questions in construction and building engineering services. 

In this series we sit down with leading industry figures and discuss what they think about the state of our industry and what they expect to see change. In an uncertain world we aim to highlight what's going to impact your business and your career. 

Hello and welcome to this week's guest Chandru Dissanayeke who has an eclectic career and now leads the industries implementation of the Hackitt Review. We discussed the new draught building safety bill and how it will change the industry. if you're thinking dry, boring, civil servant - really think again. 

From a start in the entertainment industry to a career in the civil service he comes with genuine beliefs and a passion to see a better built environment. 

I really enjoyed recording this and I hope you do too.