With the science behind climate change well proven, along with dwindling natural resources, action is urgently needed to counteract this. The Built Environment Industry is at the vanguard of delivering change that can make a difference.
This year’s briefing will focus on the role our industry will play in delivering change: Servitisation is just one example of the potential of being able to provide resourceful energy use, enhance wellbeing and improve productivity. However; this will be a challenge to deliver in existing buildings. Are we laying a minefield for contractors and in-house staff?
We will also hear how the circular economy can create new opportunities for growth and help reduce the environmental impacts of our manufacturing and consumption globally, whilst providing an opportunity to reshape business.
Our event will give an insight into how we could broaden the boundaries of design, balancing the needs of energy efficiency and wellbeing.
The morning will give a vision as to how we can use our resources more wisely and promote energy efficiency, whilst maintaining an efficient productive business outcome.
Companies attending sor far:
Trend, WSP, Knight Harwood, EBM Papst, Gratte Bothers, Foster & Partners, Skanska, Burgess, Cudd Bentley, Maincor, Trane, CSA, Condair, Danfoss, Cambridge Maintenance Services, Priva, Engie, Hurley Palmer Flatt, GCL Ltd, EON UK, Hoare Lea, Lochinvar, Institute of Cancer, RBS, Police & Fire HQ, Construction Specialities, Giacomini, Chapman BDSP, AECOM, Currie & Brown, PRP Architects, Clarion Housing Group, Mott Macdonald, University College London, Tridonic