Passivhaus Affiliate

GREENBIM in Design and Preconstruction

Date: 3 December 2014 Time: 13.00 - 17.30
Location: WSP, 3 White Rose Office Park, Millshaw, Park Lane, Leeds LS11 0DL Cost: £40

This conference pairs two revolutionary movements of Green Building and BIM to create environmentally friendly design through a streamlined process.  This knowledge packed afternoon will discuss practical strategies, techniques and real life case studies of projects and how BIM can be used to optimise design in order to achieve better environmental outcomes for buildings and their occupants.

The informative half day conference features 5 interactive roundtable workshops, an opportunity to ask real questions to GREENBIM users & knowledgeable GreenVision & thinkBIM ambassadors.

Topics covered:

  • Government Keynote - Richard Lane, UK BIM Task Group

  • UK Keynote - James Anwyl, EuroBuild UK

  • International Keynote - To be announced


BIM 4 PassivHaus 

Elrond Burrell, Associate, Architype

As we move towards a more sustainable future and meeting EU requirements for all buildings to be "near-zero energy" by 2020, passivhaus is gaining importance and becoming mainstream in the UK. How can BIM help with this?


Active BIM

Neil Hudson, Information, Technology & Communications Manager, S & P Coil Products Limited

Neil will demonstrate their 'Active BIM'  approach in an intimate round table session.  Neil will talk about how a manufacturer can provide BIM level 2 information in a format that can be inserted directly into a Revit BIM Model. 

Utilisation of Building Information Modelling to Enhance Environmental Optimisation

Chloe OBI, BIM Manager, Bouygues UK

The aim of this round table discussion is to demonstrate how waste (primarily at the early project phase) can be eliminated through the use of specialist environment analysis applications. 

Assessing and Minimising the Embodied Impact using Building Information Modelling

Aleksandra (Sasha) NJAGULJ, Head of Sustainability, Bouygues UK

Sasha will use this discussion to demonstrate how embodied impacts (embodied carbon, materials use, waste, maintenance, etc) can be minimised through the use of specialist environment analysis applications.

Specifying green materials and using digital tools

Chris Halligan, Director, Stephen George & Partners

A roundtable to discuss the digital tools available to the specifier seeking sustainable materials and their effect on the design process.

The event will offer presentations, workshops, quick fire Pecha Kuchas and the opportunity to network over a great buffet and a pint of Yorkshire real ale. 


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