04 October 2011
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Sarum College, Salisbury
Where do you place yourself in the whole green agenda? Were you one of the lucky ones - educated in passive/energy efficient building design? Or like most of us, did you miss out and are self taught? Have you learned enough, what tools do you use and how much do you trust them? Can you be pushed a bit further/faster? Is professional liability a barrier in your quest for sustainable solutions?
The aim of the speaker at this seminar is to share some pathways to better solutions.
Are you 'green' or 'violet'? What are green and violet materials?
Low carbon design, low carbon building, low carbon materials: how far will you go and how far have you got so far?
GreenSpec Green: how do we define Green?
BRE Green (Guide to Specification): how do BRE define Green? Why does it not feel Green?
GreenSpec Studio: free online Elemental Design and Elemental Specification assembly tool.
Eco-refurbishment: how does all of this apply? And a few potholes to avoid.
The tailored contents of this seminar were developed by members of the RIBA Wiltshire branch and the event is run by your regional office.
Speaker: Brian Murphy BSc Dip Arch (Hons+Dist)
Brian is a Environmental Specification Consultant with over 35 years in the construction industry and 27 years writing contract specifications including environmental specialism. He carries out design, technical and environmental reviews or audits on projects at any stage and writes project specifications or ERs. He founded the GreenSpec website in 2001 to disseminate sustainable construction guidance to design professions and wider construction industry. Brian is a member of AECB and part of The Green Register steering group. He provides lectures and studio work in universities across England and Wales from BSc to MSc. level, to architects, technologists, landscape architects, furniture and interior designers.
CPD record: 3 hours of formal CPD
CPD: Professional Context - Sustainable architecture
Early bird (book by 23/09/11) = £55.83+vat
After above deadline = £70.83+vat
Non RIBA members
Early bird (book by 23/09/11) = £70.83+vat
After above deadline = £85.83+vat