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Essential interactive workshops – Sunday 13 March and Wednesday 16 March 2011
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Conference day one: Monday 14 March 2011
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Conference day two: Tuesday 15 March 2011

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2nd Annual Cost-Effective Sustainable Design & Construction Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will highlight the key solutions to the latest challenges in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s sustainable building and infrastructure industry, including the benefits of sustainable design for different projects.

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  1. 1. e befor an d pay 010 Book ember 2 9 Dec ave up to and s 750 US $ The Kingdom’s premiere event dedicated to designing and constructing cost-effective sustainable buildings International conference: 14-15 March 2011 Interactive workshops: 13 & 16 March 2011 Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Outstanding executive contributions providing essential insight: Dr. Kishan Khoday Sultan Faden Dr. Sadek Owainati Deputy Resident Representative Founding Member Founder and Former Chair UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT SAUDI GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL EMIRATES GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL PROGRAMME (UNDP) RIYADH, KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA Dr. Habib Alshuwaikhat Stephen Oehme Simon Clouston Professor of Urban Sustainability Freelance Consultant and Technical Director College of Environmental Design Regional Director – Value WSP KING FAHAD UNIVERSITY OF Management & Sustainability PETROLEUM & MINERALS HYDER CONSULTING MIDDLE EAST Exclusive speaker faculty includes: Key benefits of attending: Mike Samy, LEED AP Senior Architect/ Sustainability Understand the implications of standardised and regional Manager, Saudi Oger sustainable regulations Discover how to achieve best practice when developing high-quality, George Zondagh, Technical Director - King Abdullah cost-effective projects by increasing the building’s overall energy Financial District, El Seif Engineering Contracting efficiency and ROI Company Learn from the experiences of regional experts on how to meet the Martin Hay, Co-Head of Technical Committee, green standards and priorities of the Saudi Arabian building industry in Qatar Green Building Council and Director of developing sustainable buildings and communities Architecture, GHD Hear from solution providers on integrating sustainable state-of-the-art Mike Thompson, CEO, T² technologies and solutions to ensure stakeholder expectations are met Ensure Saudi Arabia’s culture, heritage and national identity are Ahmed Al Ali, Executive Chairman, X-Architects preserved for future generations Mark Kelly, Director, Woods Bagot - Australia Share case studies on overcoming challenges to meet green industry standards Gary Moss, Director - Specialist Services, Davis Langdon Network with key figures and government representatives responsible for Abdulrahman Sherazy, Design Architect - LEED AP, sustainable design and construction across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Zuhair Fayez Partnership Consultants Learn new skills from leading industry experts at interactive workshops For more information or to register Tel: +971 4 364 2975 Fax: +971 4 363 1938 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae www.sustainableconstructionsaudi.com Associate sponsor: Endorsed by: Media partners: Researched & developed by: Infrastructure
  2. 2. Essential interactive workshops – Sunday 13 March and Wednesday 16 March 2011 IQPC’s workshops are unique opportunities to spend valuable time with industry experts. These interactive sessions are extended to ensure that you will get to the heart of the conference’s most critical issues and uncover practical solutions you can apply in your own company. Pre-conference workshop A Post-conference workshop B Sunday 13 March 2011 Wednesday 2 February 2011 10:00 - 16:00 10:00 - 16:00 Life Cycle Costing (LCC) - Analysing the true cost of a Enhancing sustainability through Saudi Arabia’s sustainable building project culture, heritage and the national identity This workshop session will provide the opportunity for This workshop will provide a comparative review of the Gulf’s government officials, developers, contractors, architects perspective on preserving national culture, traditions and and consultants in the sustainable design and construction heritage. This is an opportunity to discover how Saudi Arabia is industry to learn how to implement LCC into sustainable embedding cultural heritage into the innovative design process projects within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. as a part of sustainable design. Benefits of attending: Benefits of attending: • Understanding the process and purpose of LCC • Discussing how sustainable projects contribute to Saudi • Balancing cost, environmental, societal, and human benefits Arabia at a national level while meeting the mission and function of the intended • Debating if Saudi Arabia is leading the Gulf in sustainability facility or infrastructure • Reviewing the current position of Saudi Arabia within the Gulf • Use of LCC in option appraisals and investment decision making region regarding the richness and success of preserving • Discussing the implications of lifecycle costing in relation to cultural identity practical examples • Revealing best practice methods in continuing to preserve the national identity within the current development Workshop facilitator: environment Gary Moss • Considering the levels of success which can be achieved at Director - Specialist Services a national level through the focus on sustainable projects Davis Langdon • Benchmarking the current position of Saudi Arabia in terms of sustainable implementation relative to the region Workshop facilitator: Mike Thompson CEO T² Endorsed by: Represented by: Represented by: Sultan Faden Dr. Sadek Owainati Founding Member Founder and Former Chair SAUDI GREEN EMIRATES GREEN bUIlDING COUNCIl bUIlDING COUNCIl www.saudi-gbc.org www.emiratesgbc.org IQPC provides business executives around the world with tailored practical conferences, large scale events, topical seminars and in-house training programmes, keeping them up-to-date with industry trends, technological developments and the regulatory landscape. IQPC’s large scale conferences are market leading “must attend” events for their respective industries. IQPC produces more than 1,700 events annually around the world, and continues to grow. Founded in 1973, IQPC now has offices in major cities across six continents including: Bengaluru, Berlin, Dubai, London, New York, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Stockholm, Sydney, and Toronto. IQPC leverages a global research base of best practices to produce an unrivalled portfolio of conferences. www.iqpc.ae For more information or to register - Tel: +971 4 364 2975
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Conference day one: Monday 14 March 2011 08:30 Registration and coffee 14:00 Developing a sustainable design (low impact development) • Evaluating the Return on Investment (ROI) of sustainable buildings CASE STUDY 08:50 Chairman’s welcome and opening remarks • Reviewing the LEED certification process, from inception Stephen Oehme, Freelance Consultant and Regional through to completion Director - Value Management and Sustainability, Hyder • Identifying the role of operation and maintenance Consulting Middle East throughout the building life cycle Mike Samy, LEED AP Senior Architect/ Sustainability Manager, Preparing for the development and incorporation of region specific Saudi Oger sustainable regulations 14:30 Benchmarking regional standards 09:00 Keynote: Revealing the role of the United Nations - Business INTERACTIVE Panelists include: partnerships in achieving green buildings PANEL Stephen Oehme, Freelance Consultant and Regional Director - • Supporting integration of low-emission, climate resilient DISCUSSION Value Management and Sustainability, Hyder Consulting approaches to city and building design Middle East • Delivering urban development and partnerships in the green Dr. Sadek Owainati, Founder and Former Chair, Emirates building agenda Green Building Council • Discussing business partnerships and co-operation emerging George Zondagh, Technical Director - King Abdullah Financial throughout UNDP’s presence District, El Seif Engineering Contracting Company Dr. Kishan Khoday, Deputy Resident Representative, United Mike Samy, LEED Certified Senior Architect/ Sustainability Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Riyadh, Manager, Saudi Oger Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Meeting stakeholder expectations by integrating sustainable 09:30 Sigma Paints - Taking an innovative approach to sustainable state-of-the-art solutions challenges within Saudi Arabia Mike Murphy, Decorative Technical Service Manager Middle 15:00 Australian Catholic University’s National Centre for Health East, Sigma Paints and Wellbeing, Melbourne Australia - Meeting the client’s CASE STUDY expectations regarding the realisation of a high quality 10:00 Networking break sustainable vision and design • Realising a sustainable vision across master-planning, 10:30 Complying with current and future sustainable building architecture and design for universities codes in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia • Aiming to create new standards in energy-efficient design • Examining the impact of international and regional building • Providing an attractive social and working environment codes on the construction industry Mark Kelly, Director, Woods Bagot - Australia • Evaluating initiatives encouraging certified and rated building projects 15:30 Xeritown, Dubai and Al Naseem, Oman - Exploring passive • Reviewing recommendations made by the Saudi Green wisdom and the evolution of a new form to achieve sustainability CASE STUDY Building Council promoting sustainability practices and culture • Enhancing the impact of passive and active design to Sultan A.Y. Faden, Founding Member, Saudi Green enhance project efficiency Building Council • Strategically orientating buildings in relation to elements and proportional design of structures to reduce waste 11:00 Applying the Estidama Pearl Rating System – lessons learnt • Defining best-practice approaches to regional design and how to maximise effectiveness • Exploring the implications of the mandatory 1 Pearl Ahmed Al Ali, Executive Chairman, X-Architects requirements • Understanding which strategies have been adopted to 16:00 Networking break and prayer achieve higher ratings • Realising the benefits of complying to Estidama 16:30 Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnection Authority Simon Clouston, Technical Director, WSP Head Quarter, Dammam and SABIC Plastics Applications CASE STUDIES Development Center, Riyadh Techno Valley - The future of 11:30 Sustainability from a local perspective sustainable design using Building Information Modelling INTERACTIVE Panelists include: (BIM) technology PANEL Stephen Oehme, Freelance Consultant and Regional Director - DISCUSSION • Focusing on moving forward with BIM and sustainable design Value Management and Sustainability, Hyder Consulting • Utilising BIM as a tool for assessment and development Middle East • Defining the fundamental elements of true sustainability Sultan A.Y. Faden, Founding Member, Saudi Green Yousri Salman, BIM Manager, Zuhair Fayez Partnership Building Council Consultants Simon Clouston, Technical Director, WSP Abdulrahman Sherazy, Design Architect - LEED AP Zuhair , Fayez Partnership Consultants 12:00 Networking lunch and prayer 17:15 Meeting stakeholder expectations 13:00 Exploring a green renaissance approach for the Middle East Panelists include: • Discussing the basis of common challenges facing countries INTERACTIVE PANEL Stephen Oehme, Freelance Consultant and Regional Director - in the Middle East and emphasising the importance of DISCUSSION Value Management and Sustainability, Hyder Consulting collective action Middle East • Highlighting the prioritisation of environmental concerns Mark Kelly, Director, Woods Bagot - Australia and variances within the region Ahmed Al Ali, Executive Chairman, X-Architects • Exploring the role of governments versus private industry Yousri Salman, BIM Manager, Zuhair Fayez Partnership in shaping national policies Consultants Dr. Sadek Owainati, Founder and Former Chair, Emirates Abdulrahman Sherazy, Design Architect - LEED AP Zuhair , Green Building Council Fayez Partnership Consultants 13:30 King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD) - Achieving LEED 17:45 Chair’s closing comments CASE STUDY gold certified development • Reviewing the components of KAFD as a design build project 17:50 End of conference day one • Securing 23 credits through intricate design • Reaching for LEED gold certification George Zondagh, Technical Director - King Abdullah Financial District, El Seif Engineering Contracting Company Fax: +971 4 363 1938 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae
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Conference day two: Tuesday 15 March 2011 08:30 Registration and coffee 12:00 Networking lunch and prayer 08:50 Chairman’s welcome and opening remarks 13:00 King Abdullah Center for World Culture (formerly known Stephen Oehme, Freelance Consultant and Regional Director - CASE STUDY as King Abdullah Center for Knowledge and Culture) - Value Management and Sustainability, Hyder Consulting Integrating Building Information Modelling (BIM) to Middle East ensure cost-effective green projects • Introducing the project vitals and the deployed BIM strategy Enhancing sustainability through Saudi Arabia’s culture, heritage • Integrating BIM into a green project and national identity • Demonstrating the cost savings by using BIM Jourdan Younis, Sustainability Manager, Oger International 09:00 Incorporating environmental, economical and cultural principles to ensure a sustainable urban development 13:30 Rationalising water in sustainable projects approach • Understanding the impact of water wastage • Introducing sustainable urban development projects • Incorporating intelligent water cycle management • Addressing the issues associated with urban technologies to manage and reduce water consumption sustainable projects • Capturing the benefit of water recycling • Discussing principles that will ensure success Waleed Abdul Salam, Projects Manager, Hussey, Gay, Dr. Habib Alshuwaikhat, Professor of Urban Sustainability, King Bell & DeYoung Fahad University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) 14:00 Supporting internal environmental management processes 09:30 Providing an architectural perspective on preserving the with Environmental Management Accounting (EMA) national identity of Saudi Arabia’s urban society in • Following the principles of physical material flows and the sustainable design environmental components • Exploring the evolution of sustainable design in relation to • Incorporating flow cost accounting changes in technology and culture • Demonstrating EMA with environmental performance • Considering the potential impact of sustainable design on indicators and the calculation of cost savings the national identity of urban society Mike Thompson, CEO, T² • Assessing the future of sustainable design to convey cultural and social ideals 14:30 Networking break Martin Hay, Co-Head of Technical Committee, Qatar Green Building Council and Director of Architecture, GHD 15:00 King Abdullah University of Science & Technology, Jeddah and Princess Noura Bint Abdul Rahman University for Women, CASE STUDIES 10:00 Networking break Riyadh – Saudi Oger approach to delivering turn-key sustainable projects within an aggressive schedule 10:30 Discussing the impact of environmental damage on culture • Completing Saudi Arabia's first LEED certified project and the INTERACTIVE social groups and future generations world's largest LEED Platinum project PANEL Panelists include: • Responding to a challenging climate DISCUSSION Dr. Habib Alshuwaikhat, Professor of Urban Sustainability, King • Constructing world-class, high-quality projects from the Fahad University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) ground to completion in just two years Stephen Oehme, Freelance Consultant and Regional Director - • Achieving higher sustainability goals based on the LEED Value Management and Sustainability, Hyder Consulting certification system, PNU will be the second LEED-rated Middle East campus in Saudi Arabia Martin Hay, Co- Head of Technical Committee, Qatar Green Nabil Boughnim, Sustainability Manager, Oger International Building Council and Director of Architecture, GHD Mike Thompson, CEO, T² 15:30 Developing high quality and cost-effective projects by INTERACTIVE increasing the building’s overall energy efficiency Developing quality and cost-effective projects by increasing the PANEL Panelists include: DISCUSSION building’s sustainability Stephen Oehme, Freelance Consultant and Regional Director - Value Management and Sustainability, Hyder Consulting 11:00 Addressing the misconceptions of the cost of ‘going green’ Middle East and discovering the benefits Gary Moss, Director, Specialist Services, Davis Langdon • Capturing the investment potential of sustainable projects Jourdan Younis, Sustainability Manager, Oger International • Discussing short-term benefits of investing in sustainable Waleed Abdul Salam, Projects Manager, Hussey, Gay, initiatives Bell & DeYoung • Revealing the long-term advantages of sustainable projects Mike Thompson, CEO, T² for all stakeholders Nabil Boughnim, Sustainability Manager, Oger International Stephen Oehme, Freelance Consultant and Regional Director - Value Management and Sustainability, Hyder Consulting 16:00 Chair’s closing comments Middle East 16:10 End of conference 11:30 Life Cycle Costing (LCC) – Analysing the true cost of a REGIONAL sustainable building project CASE STUDY • Integrating LCC into sustainable projects • Reviewing the impact of LCC • Evaluating the benefits that can be achieved Gary Moss, Director - Specialist Services, Davis Langdon www.sustainableconstructionsaudi.com
  5. 5. Associate sponsor: In January 2008 the world's second largest coatings manufacturer was formed as a result of PPG's acquisition of SigmaKalon (Sigma Paints), the company now have an annual turnover of $14 billion. Prior to this acquisition Sigma, was a global leader in the coatings industry, the second largest in Europe and employ over 12,000 Saudi Arabia to focus on optimising sustainable projects people across 50 countries, having an annual turnover of In order to meet the boom in construction projects, the Saudi Green $2.8 billion. The US-based PPG Industries, a global supplier of coatings, chemicals, glass and fiber glass, has more than Building Council and Saudi government are committed to 150 manufacturing facilities and equity affiliates and operates improving building performance and energy efficiency, both during in more than 60 countries worldwide. Consolidated sales of the design and construction process and throughout the building’s paints in 2007 were US$10.6 billion. PPG shares are traded lifecycle. In order to implement green building codes for the country on the New York Stock Exchange. which enhance sustainability through Saudi Arabia’s culture, heritage Innovative Leader Sigma, founded in 1722, is universally and the national identity; the government is collaborating with acknowledged for its superlative quality and this has regional and international experts. been the case for almost 3 centuries! Sigma Paints Saudi Arabia, established in 1981 in Dammam, is a consortium of eminent Contractors, architects, consultants and suppliers are searching Saudi businessmen and PPG. While the Saudi industrialists are the for innovative ways to remain competitive and ensure that they are major shareholders with a stake of 80 per cent, the company is managed by Sigma / PPG. Over the past quarter century Sigma first choice for future projects. The 2nd Annual Cost-Effective Paints has grown to become one of the Middle East’s paints and Sustainable Design & Construction Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is coatings leaders in the Decorative, Marine and Protective Coatings your chance to hear regional and international senior professionals market segments. These 3-centuries of European heritage. demonstrate state-of-the-art solutions for designing and constructing cost-effective, energy-efficient, sustainable structures. Media partners: The outstanding four-day conference will provide what many other ‘green’ and sustainable events do not deliver: Immediate sustainable design and construction strategies which meet stakeholder expectations and increase project value! What past conference attendees said about IQPC: "First-rate programme, the quality of speakers and Projects in the spotlight at 2nd Annual Cost-Effective presentations was exceptional." Sustainable Design & Construction Kingdom of Vanco Energy Saudi Arabia: • King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia "I will definitely keep the dates free. Extremely useful. • Princess Noura Bint Abdul Rahman University for Women, Excellent quality of corporations attending and presenting." Riyadh, Saudi Arabia JTI • SABIC Plastics Applications Development Center, Riyadh Techno Valley, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia "An excellent tool for business, very interesting case • King Abdullah Center for World Culture, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia studies, good knowledge sharing. Super event!" • Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnection Authority Head Bombardier Transport Quarter, Dammam, Saudi Arabia • Xeritown, Dubai, UAE • Al Naseem, Oman, UAE Who will you network with at 2nd Annual Cost-Effective • Australian Catholic University’s National Centre for Health Sustainable Design & Construction Kingdom and Wellbeing, Melbourne, Australia of Saudi Arabia? For more information on upcoming events contact This is a must attend event for Government officials, Green Building enquiry@iqpc.ae Councils, developers, contractors, architects and sustainability consultants and professionals, project managers, planners and designers, academics and sustainable solution providers. Sponsorship & exhibition opportunities: Job titles include:CEOs Only at 2nd Annual Cost-Effective Sustainable Design & CEOs Directors of Architecture Construction Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will the highest-level General Managers, Directors of Specialist Services decision makers attend in one place at one time. They will evaluate Sustainability & Engineering Project Directors / Managers products and services and will look to short-list potential suppliers. Directors & Managers Asset Directors / Managers • Can you afford to miss out on this opportunity? • Do you have a product or service that our senior decision-makers Construction Directors / Masterplanners and influencers need? Managers / Engineers / Facility Managers We have a range of business development / marketing and sales Consultants Technical Directors solutions that are tailored to specifically deliver on your business objectives. For more details, call +971 4 364 2975 or email sponsorship@iqpc.ae
  6. 6. 5 WAYS TO REGISTER International conference: 14-15 March 2011 Online: www.sustainableconstructionsaudi.com Interactive workshops: 13 & 16 March 2011 Phone: +971 4 364 2975 Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Fax: +971 4 363 1938 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae Post: IQPC Dubai FZ LLC REGISTRATION PO Box 502397 Dubai, UAE Event Code: 11118.007 Please complete in BLOCK CAPITALS as information Please do not remove this label even if it is not addressed TEAM DISCOUNTS is used to produce delegate badges. to you.Your Priority Registration Code is printed on the Please photocopy for multiple bookings. Team discounts available on request. Call +971 4 364 2975 top of the label below. Please quote it when registering: for more information. 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