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  • RETROFITTING FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY EUROPE Deliver Feasible Upgrades & Measurable Save up to Savings that Secure You Business in the £350! New Wave of Retrofitting Register and pay by 12 November 2010 America Square Conference Centre, London, 15th - 16th February 2011 Architects, Project Managers & Property Owners Unite to Discuss Winning Approaches to Deliver Cost-Effective Retrofit & Refurbishment Projects! Our Pioneering 15 Speaker Line up: Gavin Summerson, Senior Consultant at Building Research Establishment, BRE Michael Rushe, Architect, ICE Architects James Thonger, Project Manager,Insightful Case Studies from Leaders Responsible for ArupDelivering Innovative Retrofit & Refurbishment Strategies Patrick Brown, Assistant Director - Sustainability, British Property Federation How to Ensure that Energy Saving Actions Reflect on the Tenants Julian Lipscombe, Utilities Bills Architect, Bennetts Associates Monitoring the Building Performance after the Retrofit Ant Wilson, Conservation of Fuel and Power - How will Legislation Part L affect you? Director of Sustainable Buildings, AECOM Learn about the new Building Refurbishment Standards launched in 2011 Victoria Hughes, Exclusive insights into Green Building case study Innovation and Sustainability Manager, VINCI Facilities Svend Andreas Kragh, Tailor-made Interactive Masterclasses - Sign up Now! Project Manager Innovation, MT Hojgaard Copenhagen A Learn about the new B A must know new BRE Deryck Silk, legislation on building refurbishment standard Associate Director, Engineering, PRUPIM performance launched in 2011 Andrew Mellor, Patrick Brown, Gavin Summerson, Director Environmental Services, Assistant Director Sustainability, Senior Consultant at Building PRP Architects British Property Federation Research Establishment, Neil Pennell, BRE Head of Sustainability and Engineering, meetin g you needh… LAND SECURITIES T e on ly David Smith, h ow Architect, In si Fin d out WATERLAND Associates “This conference ec h n olo gy rporgh t ! new tec h n olo gi es • N ew T ully in co ate Michael Barham, Service Engineer and Low Carbon Consultant, offers real initiatives to succ es sfretro fitt in g p roce du res to ea se Cunnington Clark for improving our into y ou r rate t h e p rocess Judith Britnell, an d ac cele : H ea r ab out Carbon Consultant,, e- S tu d y Intengsiverocesses t h at University of Cambridge building stock from • C as retro fitt in p (at the time of the project) leading industry succ es sful crea se d star rat in g & b en c h m ark professionals” d irec tly in gi es ag ain st t h em VIP Presentation y ou r strate U er stan d h ow to David Smith, Architect, Waterland Associates y ou r R O I:on n dvest ment on y ou r • G ett in g t retu rn in get t h e b es rojects retro fitt in g p For further details Telephone +44 (0)20 7368 9300 Email: enquire@iqpc.co.uk Web: www.retrofittingeurope.com
  • Are You Ready for the Retrofit Revolution?Retrofitting for Energy 5 reasons why this is a must attend event for any forward thinking construction professional:Efficiency Europe 1. Evaluate your own retrofitting design and construction strategiesDeliver Feasible Upgrades & by benchmarking against theMeasurable Savings that Secure top companies 2. Find out how to incorporate newYou Business in the New Wave technologies and trends to yourof Retrofitting retrofitting procedures to ease and accelerate the process 3. Hear from insightful case studies fromDear Colleague, industry leaders who have managedDo you know how to develop and execute an effective and delivered successful retrofittingretrofit strategy, which avoids unforeseen costs? processes to increase star ratingWhen we finally put together a budget to retrofit we are still notsafe from unexpected charges and subsequent changes to the 4. Understand how to get the bestdesign plan. Retrofitting for Energy Efficiency Europe will directly return on investment on youraddress the most pressing challenges when planning, designing and retrofitting projectsexecuting your retrofit project. 5. Network with the top companiesWith Europe and UK governmental focus on building performancestandards continually tightening, construction companies, and industry leaders in retrofittingarchitects and consultants now need to cater for increasedclient expectations. Retrofitting for Energy Efficiency will enableyou to produce projects that: Who should attend: Adopt the most innovative techniques that will help you  Project Managers achieve significant improvements in energy efficiency  Construction Managers Allow you to maximise the value out of your retrofit project -  Sustainability Managers both energy and financial optimisation strategies Enable you to execute a seamless retrofit project whilst  Environmental Managers keeping the building productive  Consulting Engineers  ArchitectsOur impressive speaker faculty is second to none with Vinci,Bouygues & MT Hojgaard confirmed – we are setting a high-quality  Property Managersstandard for our agenda and the types of discussions you can expect  Property Developersto hear at the conference. From new legislation compliance strategiesto insightful analysis of new technologies being deployed across  Asset Managers M ake sure you’re eretrofit projects, you’ll walk away with the practical and applicable  Building Managers represented at th n ginsight you need.  Facilities Managers key retrofit meetiMark your diary with the dates 15th and 16th February 2011 of the yearand don’t miss out on this cutting-edge industry event.  Tenant AdvisorsLooking forward to seeing you in London!Best regards, From our previous event: et P . Don’t forg .S “The most important current to register for the intensive Mas terclasses challenge for property upSintija Dobrotinsek when you sign industry is what we do with for the conf erence!Conference Director our existing buildings.”Construction IQ Jeff Robinson, Sustainable Buildings Leader, AURECON www.retrofittingeurope.comCall +44 (0)20 7368 9300 Fax +44 (0)20 7368 9301 Email enquire@iqpc.co.uk
  • Deliver Feasible Upgrades & Measurable Savings thatConference Agenda Day One Tuesday February 15th 201108:30 Registration & Coffee 13:45 Learn from the Greats: Uniliver House Retrofit09:15 How to Ensure That Energy Saving Actions How to achieve Breeam “Excellent” rating Reflect on the Tenants Utilities Bills Successful approaches to retain 60% of the original Learn about sub-metering systems and how it can building and thus protect our heritage incentivise tenants’ behaviour Successfully source local materials for a more Sub-metering systems’ key tool for increasing efficiency sustainable build and lowering energy consumption James Thonger, Where else can we use sub-metering systems Project Manager, Deryck Silk, Arup Associate Director, Engineering, PRUPIM 14:30 The Carbon Reduction Commitment, How has it worked so far?10:00 Assess the Feasibility of the Design Plans Buildings and climate change for Retrofit Current barriers to energy efficient behaviour in rented Overcome the discontinuity between architectural plans non-domestic buildings and the construction execution – bridging the gap Does CRC address these problems or perpetuate them? Delivering the blueprints – understand the language of architects and the science behind the designs Patrick Brown, Successful methods of managing stakeholder relationships Assistant Director Sustainability, and aligning expectations British Property Federation Andrew Mellor, 15:15 Afternoon Tea & Networking Director Environmental Services, PRP Architects 15:45 How to Design for Retrofit: Consider the Past, see Results in the10:45 Morning Coffee & Networking Present and be Ready for the Future11:15 How to Successfully Install New Services Learn about retrofitting techniques that are proven to be in an Old Building cost effective Incorporate innovation into retrofit solutions to improve the Resist the “Green Bling”, implement what is buildable and buildings energy performance still reach 87% reduction in overall energy consumption How to get the best quality equipment and stay within budget Understand what will be the face of our building stock in the future Understanding the capability of the building structure and overcome structural limitations of the existing building Michael Barham, Service Engineer and Low Carbon Consultant, Neil Pennell, Cunnington Clark Head of Sustainability and Engineering, LAND SECURITIES Judith Britnell, Carbon Consultant,12:00 Retrofit and the Occupant University of Cambridge (at the time of the project) Consultation – who speaks for the occupant? Educating David Smith, the retrofit to building occupants Architect, Retrofitting and maintaining building operation – WATERLAND Associates experience from residential intervention The end result following retrofit – why forecast energy use 16:45 End of Day One can often be wrong Michael Rushe, Architect, ICE Architects “To help the UK reduce carbon emissions it is vital that we understand12:45 Lunch & Networking how to deliver refurbished buildings with a very low carbon impact.” Ant Wilson, Director of Sustainable Buildings, AECOM Call +44 (0)20 7368 9300 Fax +44 (0)20 7368 9301 Email enquire@iqpc.co.uk
  • Secure You Business in the New Wave of Retrofitting Conference Agenda Day Two Wednesday February 16th 2011 08:30 Registration & Coffee 12:45 Lunch & Networking 09:15 A New Approach for Sustainable Buildings 13:45 Establish a Co- and Tri- Generation Unit to with Smart Materials Increase Building Performance Understand the ‘design gap’ using post occupancy How to combine heat, power and cool units to reduce evaluation energy costs Address human interaction to enhance building Ways you can use waste heat as a source of energy performance Learn about the current limitations in design, installation Find out how energy audits and new building fabrics can and connection help you fully understand your building How to extend the potential of co-and tri-generation units Insight into the retrofit options that can help you reduce in the future energy demands and carbon Victoria Hughes, STC: Bouygues Construction Innovation and Sustainability Manager, 15:15 Afternoon Tea & Networking VINCI Facilities 15:45 Lean Construction for better Procurement, 10:00 The Challenges of Heritage Buildings and Production Planning, Logistic and Construction How to Achieve Best Building Performance Strategies to minimise premature & delayed inputs How to retrofit in with compliance with heritage laws Understand where the value is for your customer and not Planning strategies to manage waste disposal use resources unnecessary services and products and recycling methods to lower your impact on Manage your supply logistic and save time and money the environment Best practice retrofitting examples from heritage properties Julian Lipscombe, Architect, Gavin Summerson, Bennetts Associates Senior Consultant at Building Research Establishment, BRE 16:30 Lessons Learned from Defra Alnwick & 10:45 Morning Coffee & Networking Target Zero How to apply passive design, energy efficiency and 11:15 Understand where daylight design sits clean power generation to achieve low carbon building within Sustainable building design Facility management training that will improve the Don’t waste 20% of your electricity usage with building efficiency inefficient lighting Be prepared for the challenges ahead - urban heat island Why consider lightning design in conjunction with the effect & climate change daylight design Ant Wilson, Best case examples of daylight design that will improve Director of Sustainable Buildings, the efficiency and living conditions AECOM Check our confirmed 17:15 End of Conference speaker on: www.retrofittingeurope.com 12:00 Develop a Building Upgrade Program that Will Help You Improve Energy Efficiency Sign up for the evening Masterclasses The use of audit to ensure compliance of your retrofit building project when booking for the conference. How to avoid unforeseen cost later in the construction Learn more at this 2 day conference schedule Case studies of successful upgrade programs that you than at a 2 week training course! can learn from Sign up at: www.retrofittingeurope.com Svend Andreas Kragh, Project Manager Innovation, MT Hojgaard Copenhagen Call +44 (0)20 7368 9300 Fax +44 (0)20 7368 9301 Email enquire@iqpc.co.uk
  • Evening Masterclasses in RetrofittingDeliver Feasible Upgrades & Measurable Savings thatSecure You Business in the New Wave of RetrofittingAmerica Square Conference Centre, London, 15th - 16th February 2011Masterclass A - Tuesday 15th February: 17:00-19:00Green Deal Finance for public and non-domestic buildings Learn how Green Deal will affect your business What do you have to know about it? What will the Green Deal aim to achieve?Patrick Brown, Assistant Director Sustainability, BPF Patrick Brown is Assistant Director with responsibility for Construction & Sustainability at the British Property Federation, a UK organisation which represents the interests of those who own or invest in property. He also provides Secretariat to the Green Property Alliance, a group of UK property member organisations seeking to collaborate on sustainability issues and exchange information and is the project lead on a rented property measurement and benchmarking tool, LES-TER. He has also been managing a cross-industry group which has produced a guide and an industry consultation on how the costs and benefits of the Carbon Reduction Commitment can be apportioned in a landlord and tenant context.Masterclass B - Wednesday 16th February: 17:30-19:30A Must Know New BRE Refurbishment Standard Launched in 2011 Key reasons why controls don’t work as we expect them to Understand the need for a higher intelligence The myth of open systems and how to avoid issues with technical maintenanceGavin Summerson, Senior Consultant at Building Research Establishment, BRE Gavin works in the BREEAM Housing Team at BRE Global. He leads on the development of EcoHomesXB and a new BREEAM Housing Refurbishment scheme comparable to a Code for Sustainable Refurbishment. He has supported the development of the Code for Sustainable Homes, EcoHomes, EcoHomesXB and BREEAM Multi-Residential. He specialises in water and ecology and is the author of The Water Efficiency Calculator for New Dwellings. Meet Prospects for your Retrofitting Solution 80% of our delegates will use this event primarily to network with the leading solution providers for retrofitting. Attendees are interested in hearing about solutions to:  Assist with energy monitoring & management systems  Increase sustainability  Provide lighting control If you have a solution for developers, owners, architects, or construction companies, we can help connect you with your prospects. Our conferences attract senior players responsible for budget allocation. For sponsorship opportunities, contact Tana Forte on +44 (0)207 368 9300 or sponsorship@iqpc.co.uk Visit www.retrofittingeurope.com For further details Telephone +44 (0)20 7368 9300 Email: enquire@iqpc.co.uk Web: www.retrofittingeurope.com
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