Intelligent Buildings: More for less –  Saving costs and delivering sustainability in the educational estate

Intelligent Buildings: More for less – Saving costs and delivering sustainability in the educational estate

Intelligent Buildings: More for less –
Saving costs and delivering sustainability in the educational estate

Friday 1st October 2010 
 CABE, 1 Kemble St, London WC2B 4AN

CIBSE (School Design Group and Intelligent Building Group) Special Interest Groups: Intelligent Buildings event
with the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment

 


 

Abstract
There is growing pressure for economic efficient and effective educational institutions that do not contribute to damaging climate change.  The focus has turned to the design of buildings and systems that must be Integrated, Intelligent and Sustainable.

This seminar is intended for those who commission, own, use, design, build and operate educational buildings and for those who aspire to make educational buildings more sustainable and intelligent in future. 

The seminar will bring together pedagogic as well as operational practice to advance the quality of learning environments as well as improving the learning experience.

An eclectic mix of leading figures from schools, local authorities, further and higher education will reveal the strategic reasons for sustainable intelligent (aka bright green) buildings and the operational cost benefits that can result.

Leading exponents of the practical implementation of ‘bright green’ buildings will showcase some of the latest technologies and processes being used right now by educational business leaders to integrate systems and create sustainable intelligent buildings both in new builds and refurbishments.

The seminar will show you how to create and use pragmatic system integration in buildings to create more economic, more efficient and more productive educational spaces.


Who should attend?

·         Principals

·         Local Authority Strategists

·         Business Leaders  

·         Property Professionals

·         Developers

·         Architects

·         Facility Managers

·         Consulting Engineers

·         M & E Engineers  

·         Heads

·         IT professionals

·         Building Services Engineers

·         Systems Integrators

·         Built Environment Professionals

·         Environmental engineers

·         Project Managers

·         Construction Professionals

·         Quantity Surveyors

 

 




 


Intelligent Buildings: More for less –
Saving costs and delivering sustainability in the educational estate

Friday 1st October 2010
CABE, 1 Kemble St, London WC2B 4AN

A CIBSE (SDG and IBG) Special Interest Group: Intelligent Buildings event
with the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment

 


 

Programme

09:30         Registration and refreshments

10:00         Introduction by Prof Derek Clements-Croome

10:10         Achieving High Performance Education Buildings –
David Somervell, Sustainability Adviser, University of Edinburgh

10:45         The Educational business case –
Richard Everett, CIBSE IBG

11:10         Networking tea / coffee break

11:30         Integrated teams can deliver more for less –
Martin Davis,
Strategic Forum Integration Task Group

12:00         Sustainable Property Investment –

Sarah Daly, Heath Avery Architects by Video Conference

12:30         Networking and Lunch

Schools and Local Authorities
– Stream A (Room 2)

Further and Higher Education
– Stream B (Room 3)

13:30

Maintaining educational vision and transforming lives -
Graham Handscomb, Essex County Council

13:30

A future education case study from an ICT perspective -
Dr Geoff Elliott, Pembrokeshire College

14:00

Essex Building School for the Future
a ‘Bright Green’ case study -
 Richard Byers, Skanska/RM

14:00

A High Education perspective Case study -
Alan Reading, Arup

14:30         A day in the life (practical demonstration) Stuart Bailey, Schneider Electric's Buildings Business

15:00         Tea / coffee and panel discussion interaction

16:00         Close, followed by networking

To book your place, please:-
complete the booking form and fax back on 020 8765 5449, book on line at
www.cibse.org/membersservices/multievents/displayEvent.asp?Type=Full&Code=GS23   
contact Veron Williams (CIBSE) Tel 020 8772 3613 email:
vwilliams@cibse.org

Cost:  £30+VAT- includes course notes, light lunch, refreshments

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