CIBSE’s forthcoming Leadership in Building Performance Conference and Exhibition promises to share knowledge across the industry.
Attendees of the event, which will be held on 28 and 29 October at the QEII in Westminster, London, will be immersed in discussions on all aspects of the industry, from BIM and the supply chain, to facilities management and sustainability.
CIBSE technical director Hywel Davies said: “The long-awaited CIBSE Conference and Exhibition gives delegates a chance to network, learn and share their knowledge from industry leading figures. CIBSE is passionate about building performance and at a time where energy security is in question, energy bills are rising and energy targets are looming, we are delighted with the calibre of guidance and opportunities we are able to offer to help combat this.”
With representations across public and private sectors, the first day will feature discussions on the future of power networks and supply, moving towards real zero carbon buildings, the future of construction with BIM and the importance of soft landings and maintenance. The following day will cover occupant comfort, the Housing Standards Review and Code for Sustainable Homes, Level 2 BIM and new technologies for improved building performance.
Speakers include RIBA president Stephen Hodder and the new president of B&ES and head of design at Crown House Technologies, Andy Sneyd, MCIBSE. Arup’s CAD Manager, Carl Collins, will be speaking on BIM and Huw Blackwell, decentralised energy officer at London Borough of Islington will be presenting his tactic to deliver the award-winning Bunhill Energy Centre and district-wide heat network.
Attendees will be able to learn which projects and companies are shortlisted for the CIBSE building Performance Awards. Exhibitors include Hoare Lea, Cadline, Hamworthy, Eastman, Daikin, Condair, IES, Lochinvar, Remeha Commercial, Rinnai, Schneider Electric, Bosch, Baxi Commercial and TMI Lighting. Conference partners include the British Property Federation, Association for Consultancy and Engineering, and the UK District Heating Association.
To take advantage of an early bird rate before 15 September or find out more about the event, visit www.cibse.org/conference