Passivhaus Affiliate

The business case for large scale non-domestic PassivHaus?

Date: 17 June 2014 Time: 19.30 - 21.15
Location: Trinity Arts Centre, Trinity Road, Bristol BS2 0NW Cost: Free to attend, registration essential

Learn why Interserve plc have made PassivHaus the standard of choice for their regional office; hear why University of Leicester chose PassivHaus to hit energy and carbon reduction targets for their expanding estate;  discover how PassivHaus has completely transformed the energy consumption of Brussels (yes the whole city!), a city which has developed a significant home-grown supplier base for certified PassivHaus products.

Arrive from 7.30am with tea & coffee. Talk starts 8am

Introduction: why gcp are organising this event - Colin Powell, gcp

Context: completed and pipeline schemes - Jonathan Platt, gcp

Developer / occupier perspective: Interserve regional  head office on Watermead Business Park, Leicester. Richard Roach, Regional Design Coordination Manager, Interserve Construction

Client perspective: University of Leicester College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology £32m development. Dr Ball, Couch Perry Wilkes, University Estates Department framework consultant

Brussels 2004 = Bristol 2015: should Bristol make the jump? Bram De Bruycker, Technical Director at Princedale Homes and founding member of the PassivHaus platforms in Belgium (technical hubs)

Summary: Colin Powell, gcp

Discussion / debate with the panel

Talk ends around 21.15 followed by refreshments and networking


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