The Green Building & Facilities Roadshow
Thursday 1st Dec
10am till 2pm
Building Knowledge, Inspiring Ideas
Keynote Educational Seminars – Building knowledge
Learn from some of the industry’s leading experts at our hugely popular educational seminars, presented by leading industry experts including Ofgem, Cundall and JHAI
Seminar 1 10:15
The Renewable Heat Incentive: What the scheme is, how you can apply, and what technologies are in and out post Spending Review
Presented by Sarah Driver, Policy Delivery Manager, Ofgem
Ofgem’s Sarah Driver will be presenting on the Government’s Non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme including what the scheme is, what you need to do to apply, and how you can ensure you get your payments for 20 years. This presentation will also cover upcoming changes to the scheme as a result of the Government’s spending review, including the introduction of a scheme cap, changes to certain tariffs, and the inclusion and exclusion of new technologies..
Seminar 2 11:45
Delivering Healthy and Sustainable Building
Presented by Alan Fogarty, Cundall
Our environment has a direct impact on our wellbeing as we spend on average 90% of our time in doors. Cundall believe that buildings should deliver healthy environments for people at the same time as having a low impact on the environment.
Seminar 3 12:45
Part L – on a mission to conserve our natural resources?
Presented by: Stephen Barnshaw, jhai limited
By far the largest part of our national building standards is the section that deals with the conservation of fuel and power, but can Part L really make a difference and how does BREXIT affect this so far European driven Eco-standard?
Seminar 4 13:30
BIM – not just for new build
Presented by: Adrian Slatter, Design Software Solutions
BIM is very much with us in the AEC market and many firms and practices have moved to use BIM workflows in their design and construction workflows. However, many companies have expressed concern that BIM can only work in a new build environment. This session will explore the current use of BIM in the UK and explain how it can just as easily be applied to projects incorporating existing buildings as it can for new construction.
How to get there
Postcode N7 7AJ
The event will take place in The Highbury Suite which is accessed via west stand. We advise visitors to travel by public transport. The nearest underground stations are Arsenal and Holloway Road, both about 3 minutes walk from the stadium. there is limited metered parking around the station or you can use the car park at The Sobel Leisure Centre in Hornsey Road, about 10 minutes walk from the stadium.