Passivhaus Affiliate

Large & Complex Passivhaus Masterclass series

Date: September - December 2022 Time: 4 afternoon sessions
Location: Online Cost: TBC

Passivhaus Large & Complex Masterclass

 

As the adoption of Passivhaus continues to grow in the UK, we are watching more sizable projects emerge with increasing complexities that bring new challenges. This mini-series covers some exciting, detailed case studies & the latest research on large & complex Passivhaus.

Each Masterclass lecture features first-hand expert practitioners to enrich your practical and technical knowledge about how Passivhaus can apply to your future projects. Learn from real-life projects currently underway that are pioneering the Standard at a mammoth scale. Explore practicalities of how to run, manage & deliver such a Passivhaus development.

 

Series Summary 

Date

Masterclass lecture

Wednesday 07 September 2022 - TBC

Detailed case study

Wednesday 05 October 2022 - TBC

Steel Frame Passivhaus

Wednesday 02 November 2022 - TBC

RIBA Plan of Work - Passivhaus overlay

Wednesday 07 December 2022 - TBC

Agar Grove, London: Shell & Core - detailed case study

NB: Draft programme subject to changes. All dates TBC.

 

Format

  • The series of 4 afternoon session take place once a month - across 4 non-consecutive months in 2022.

  • The duration of each Masterclass lecture is approximately 1.5 hours

  • All Masterclass lectures are recorded & accessible to delegates for 12 months.

  • Bookings for individual sessions are available.

  • Each Masterclass lecture is estimated to be worth 2 PHI renewal credit points.

 

Cost

All costs are TBC

 

 Full Masterclass lecture series  

Individual Masterclass lecture  

PHT member

£100+VAT

£30+VAT

Non-member

£150+VAT

£40+VAT

 

Booking

Please book via the online registration form coming soon.

 


Further Information

Passivhaus: the route to zero carbon?

Passivhaus High-Rise

Agar Grove 1a

Previous PHT Story: Battersea Passivhaus high-rise underway - 3rd November 2021

PHT guidance: Modelling assumptions for steel projects - February 2022


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