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PROGRAMME Wednesday 3rd September 
Subject to change at any time without notice 
8.00 Registration Opens 
8.30 Pre-welcome and Housekeeping 
8.35 Welcome and Opening Comments 
8.45 Official Opening: Mayor Len Brown, Auckland Council 
9.00 Foundation Sponsor: Andrew Crisp, MBIE 
9.30 Plenary 1: Richard Blakeway, Deputy Mayor of London for Housing, Land and Property, (Sponsored by Auckland Council) 
10.30 MORNING TEA 
11.00 Plenary 2: Dr Helen Anderson, BRANZ 
11.20 Platinum Sponsor: Dave Burggraaf, Fletcher Window & Door Systems 
12.00 LUNCH 
STREAM 1A · Rendezvous Ballroom (Plenary Room) STREAM 2A · Tasman Room 2 
Building Better Cities and Communities Industry Case Studies 
12.45 KEYNOTE SPEAKER KEYNOTE SPEAKER 
Professor Diane Brand: The New Zealand Jerome Partington: Living Building 
Hydrotown, Lessons for Adaptability 
1.30 Leila Mirza: Water Views: The Importance Matthew Cutler-Welsh: The Role of a Residential 
of Water on Urban Landscape Preference Residential Rating Tool 
1.55 Michael Donn: Comparison of New Zealand’s Energy Matt Wilson: How the iDEAL House Received 
Efficiency Regulation and Verification Assumptions an 8 HomeStar Rating 
to Real Building Loads and Operation 
2.20 Alessandro Melis: Energy-Plus Downtown Ben Jagersma: Beyond the First Light House: 
Prototype to Production 
2.45 Carol Boyle: Integrating Green Infrastructure Chris Watson: Stupid Building Mistakes ... 
into the Built Environment or More Productivity in Building? 
3.10 AFTERNOON TEA AFTERNOON TEA 
STREAM 1B · Rendezvous Ballroom (Plenary Room) STREAM 2B · Tasman Room 2 
Building Better Cities and Communities Industry Case Studies 
3.40 Andre Nouri: A Framework of Thermal Sensitive Gleb Speranski: Ways to Achieve Thermal 
Urban Design Benchmarks: Potentiating the Efficiency in New Houses 
Longevity of Auckland’s Public Realm 
4.05 Denise Bijoux: Measuring Neighbourhood Andrew Walters: Leading by example. Promoting 
Sustainability - a New Zealand Example environmental sustainable design (ESD) leadership 
and innovation in the Auckland region 
4.30 Matthew Cutler-Welsh: Sustainably Affordable Housing Richard Popenhagen: Moisture Problems in Homes. 
Why is it Still Happening? 
4.55 Natalie Allen: Trading Suburbia for an Urban Lifestyle: Paula Hugens: Designing for Resilience: 
Understanding the Relationship Between Urban iDEAL House, Auckland 
Amenities and Auckland’s more Compact Future 
5.20 CLOSE 
5.30 Welcome Function (Sponsored by Mammoth Modern Insulation) 
1 4 BUI LDING A BETTER NEW ZEALAND CONF ERENCE 2 0 1 4
Bringing the construction industry and researchers 
together to take New Zealand forward 
STREAM 3A · Tasman Room 1 STREAM 4A · Coromandel Room 
Achieving Better Buildings Productivity 
12.45 KEYNOTE SPEAKER KEYNOTE SPEAKER 
Jules Moloney: The Role of Design Suzanne Wilkinson: Providing the New Zealand 
in Achieving Better Buildings Construction Industry with Opportunities to 
Achieve Performance Improvements 
1.30 Daniel Fuemana: Waste Not, Want Not: Education Derek Thurnell: 5D BIM in a Consulting 
for Sustainability in the Construction Industry QS Environment 
1.55 Mark Bassett: Weathertight Performance Zhang Jianchao: BIM-Based Energy Management 
of Flashings for Taller Buildings for Smart Built Environments 
2.20 Trish Shaw: Building Resilience Nick Clements: Who are buildingSMART 
and What are We Doing? 
2.45 Roman Jaques: New New Zealand Home Nick Clements: A Pathway to BIM Improving 
Performance.Where are We? Residential Construction Productivity 
3.10 AFTERNOON TEA AFTERNOON TEA 
STREAM 3B · Tasman Room 1 STREAM 4B · Coromandel Room 
Achieving Better Buildings Productivity 
3.40 Greg Overton: BRANZ’S WAVE Programme Blake Hogarth: The Cost and Value of Carpentry 
and the Challenges for Future Research in Building Apprenticeships to Employers in Auckland 
Moisture and Air Quality 
4.05 Stephan Rupp: Condensation in Large-cavity, Dermott McMeel: EDFAB Phase 2: Is a Digital 
Steel-framed Roof Spaces: Causes and Cures Revolution Possible for Construction? 
4.30 Robyn Phipps: Heater Choice and Mould Growth Mohammadeli Noktehdan: Driving Innovative Thinking 
in New Zealand Homes: An Intervention Study in the New Zealand Construction Industry 
4.55 Robyn Phipps: Indoor Winter Temperatures Mohammad Poshdar: Improvement of Productivity 
in 20 Social Housing Units and Auckland’s in Construction Projects Using a Lean-drive 
More Compact Future Scheduling Method 
5.20 CLOSE 
5.30 Welcome Function (Sponsored by Mammoth Modern Insulation) 
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME 1 5 
RENDEZVOUS 
GRAND HOTEL 
Room Layout
PROGRAMME Thursday 4th September 
8.00 Registration Opens 
8.25 Housekeeping 
8.30 Foundation Sponsor: Chelydra Percy, BRANZ 
9.00 Plenary 1: Tim Williams, Committee for Sydney, (Sponsored by GIB® Winstone Wallboards Ltd) 
9.50 Plenary 2: Stuart Niven: Urban Design 
10.30 MORNING TEA 
STREAM 1C · Rendezvous Ballroom (Plenary Room) STREAM 2C · Tasman Room 2 
Building Better Cities and Communities Industry Case Studies 
11.00 KEYNOTE SPEAKER KEYNOTE SPEAKER 
Harvey Perkins: Creating Better Cities George Baird: Users’ Perception of Commercial and 
and Communities: What kind of Research Agenda? Institutional Buildings, Key findings and Issues for NZ 
11.45 Vanessa McGrath: Improving the Energy Ruth Williams: Il Casino, Challenges 
Performance of Existing Office Buildings and Consequences 
12.10 Morten Gjerde: Aiming for a Better Public Shay Brazier: Understanding and Improving the 
Realm: How Effective are Contemporary Performance of New Zealand Homes: A Case 
Design Review Methods Study from the Zero Energy House 
12.35 LUNCH LUNCH 
STREAM 1D · Rendezvous Ballroom (Plenary Room) STREAM 2D · Tasman Room 2 
Building Better Cities and Communities Industry Case Studies 
1.20 Verney Ryan: If we Need Houses, John Jamison: Productive Environments, 
Why do we Build Silos? Buildings that Work 
1.45 Viv Heslop: Improving Sustainability Outcomes Sutjiadi Hendry: Lessons from Seismic 
through Measurement, Reporting and Public Assessments in the Wellington Region 
Engagement in Waterfront Auckland’s Smart Precinct 
2.10 Jeremy Brown: Warming up New Zealand’s Min Hall: Is there a Place for Natural Building 
Coldest Town, Ophir Central Otago in New Zealand’s Conventional Housing Market? 
A Prefabricated Straw Bale Case Study 
2.35 Damon Birchfield and Mehrnaz Rohani: Shared Learnings Edgar Agda: Alternative Building System of A7BS® 
from Auckland Council’s Social Return on Investment Concrete Thin Plate with Permanent Cavity 
(SROI) Evaluation of its Retrofit Your Home Programme Formpanels, a Green Building Technology 
3.00 AFTERNOON TEA AFTERNOON TEA 
STREAM 1E · Rendezvous Ballroom (Plenary Room) STREAM 2E · Tasman Room 2 
Building Better Cities and Communities Industry Case Studies 
3.30 Verney Ryan: Breathing New Life into Nick Collins: Post Quake Rebuild Provides Opportunity 
our Central Cities to Demonstrate Improved Performance of Steel 
Framed Houses, but Market Uptake is a Different Story 
3.55 Min Hall: YIMFY, Yes! In My Front Yard. A Centre Katja Lietz: Small is Beautiful, Hobsonville Point 
for Natural and Appropriate Building Technology Small Homes Test Lab 
4.20 Damon Birchfield and Dr Philippa Howden-Chapman: David Cossey: Filleting an Old Building Sustainably 
Towards an Agreed Minimum Housing Performance Whilst Keeping its Old Bones 
Standard for Rentals, Results from New Zealand’s First 
Warrant of Fitness Field Test 
4.45 CLOSE 
7.00 New Zealand Steel Conference Dinner: Rendezvous Ballroom 
1 6 BUI LDING A BETTER NEW ZEALAND CONF ERENCE 2 0 1 4
Bringing the construction industry and researchers 
together to take New Zealand forward 
10.30 MORNING TEA 
STREAM 3C · Tasman Room 1 STREAM 4C · Coromandel Room 
Improving the Perfomance of Existing Buildings Productivity 
11.00 KEYNOTE SPEAKER KEYNOTE SPEAKER 
Peter Fehl: The University of Auckland’s Andrew Reding: Accelerating the Introduction 
Newmarket Campus Development of BIM into New Zealand 
11.45 Andrew Pollard: Energy End-users in New Zealand’s Ricardo Magno Santos Antunes: A Production Model 
Non-residential Buildings for Construction. A Theoretical Framework 
12.10 Nick Marston: BRANZ House Condition Survey Warren Parke: The Effects of the Boom Bust on 
National Construction Industry Performance 
12.35 LUNCH LUNCH 
STREAM 3D · Tasman Room 1 STREAM 4D · Coromandel Room 
Achieving Better Buildings Industry Workshop 
1.20 Stephen McNeil: Developing a Technique for Calculating Shaping the Building and Construction 
Moisture Removal Effectiveness in New Zealand Homes Research Agenda 
1.45 Yu Wang: Effects of Solar Collectors on Indoor Air Prue Williams: GM Science Investments. 
Quality in Junior Classrooms in Winter 2013 Challenges for Science and Research Investment 
Results of the 2014 Industry Needs Survey 
2.10 Lois Easton: Build Back Smarter. Case Studies David Mustard: 
of House Performance Retrofits at the Time of Results of the 2014 Industry Needs Survey 
Earthquake Repairs 
2.35 Christina McKay: How Could New Zealanders 
Build Resources for the On-going Care of Their 
Heritage Housing? 
3.00 AFTERNOON TEA AFTERNOON TEA 
STREAM 3E · Tasman Room 1 STREAM 4E · Coromandel Room 
Achieving Better Buildings Industry Workshop 
3.30 Geoff Thomas: Fire safety in New Zealand Shaping the Building and Construction 
transient accommodation buildings Research Agenda continued 
3.55 Linda Zhao: Socio-economic Indicators and Building 
Costs. A NZ Trend and Correlation Analysis 2001-2013 
4.20 Manfredo Manfredini and Dr Paola Leardini: 
Energy Upgrade to Passive House Standard 
for Historic Public Housing in New Zealand 
4.45 CLOSE 
7.00 New Zealand Steel Conference Dinner: Rendezvous Ballroom 
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME 1 7
PROGRAMME Friday 5th September 
8.00 Registration Opens 
8.25 Housekeeping 
STREAM 1F · Rendezvous Ballroom (Plenary Room) STREAM 2F · Tasman Room 2 
Improving the Performance of Materials Meeting New Zealanders Housing Needs 
8.30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER KEYNOTE SPEAKER 
Jake McLaren: Introducing the Australasian Mahi Paurini: The Maori Housing Strategy 
Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) program 
9.15 Dave Dowdell and Chris Munn: Development of Ralf Kessel: Building Better Apartments: 
an Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) Design Considerations for New Zealand 
for Ready-mixed Concrete - An industry Perspective 
9.40 Nick Marston: Materials Performance Sally Blackwell: Raising the Bar: Enabling 
Testing Methodologies Transitions Through More Effective Advice 
10.05 MORNING TEA MORNING TEA 
PLENARY SESSION 
10.35 PLENARY 1: Mike Underhill, EECA 
11.00 SPECIAL ANNOUCEMENT: Jake McLaren: 
The Australasian Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) program 
11.10 PLENARY 2: Johnny McFarlane: Christchurch’s Cardboard Cathedral 
STREAM 1G · Rendezvous Ballroom (Plenary Room) STREAM 2G · Tasman Room 2 
Improving the Performance of Materials Meeting New Zealanders Housing Needs 
11.55 Philip Hartley: Material Performance: Roger Birchmore: Impacts of Innovative Residential 
Past, Present and Future Construction Methods on Internal Conditions 
12.20 John Burgess: Surface Coefficients for Glazing Guy Marriage: Pavlova Paradise and the Curse 
Systems in Construction of the Side Yard 
12.45 John Chapman: Integrating Cross-laminated Timber Emina Petrovic: The Importance of Educating the 
Panels to Construct Buildings to Twenty Levels General Population on Health Risks Associated 
with Building and Furnishing Materials 
1.10 SITE VISITS LUNCH 
SITE VISITS: Leave at 1.20 pm - Arrive back at 5.00 pm 
OPTION 1: OPTION 2: 
Transforming Cities. Auckland Council is transforming Auckland Waterview Project: How to build a second 
New Lynn into a vibrant metropolitan town centre. harbour crossing without disturbing the neighbours. 
Tim Sinclair will present on the projects that are The group will meet one of the engineers at the 
happening Methuen and Herdman Avenue lookout points 
5.00 RETURN TO VENUE 
1 8 BUI LDING A BETTER NEW ZEALAND CONF ERENCE 2 0 1 4
Bringing the construction industry and researchers 
together to take New Zealand forward 
STREAM 3F · Tasman Room 1 STREAM 4F · Coromandel Room 
Achieving Better Buildings Productivity 
8.30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER KEYNOTE SPEAKER 
Larry Bellamy: Development of Energy and Carbon Amanda Warren: A Model for Enhancing Drivers 
Performance Metrics for Housing Design and Reducing Inhibitors of Productivity 
and Regulations 
9.15 Tavis Cresswell-Wells: Urban Form and Passive Jaspar Mbachu: Security of Payments for 
Design for Net Zero Energy Buildings in the Subcontractors in the New Zealand Construction 
Christchurch Rebuild Industry: Stakeholder Views on the Key Issues 
and Improvement Measures 
9.40 Eion Scott: The Effectiveness of In-home Wajiha Shazhad: Marginal Productivity Gained 
Advice on Increasing Sustainability Through Prefabrication: Case Studies of Building 
Projects in Auckland 
10.05 MORNING TEA MORNING TEA 
PLENARY SESSION 
10.35 PLENARY 1: Mike Underhill, CEO, EECA 
11.00 SPECIAL ANNOUCEMENT: Jake McLaren: 
Introducing the Australasian Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) program 
11.10 PLENARY 2: Johnny McFarlane: Christchurch’s Cardboard Cathedral 
STREAM 3G · Tasman Room 1 STREAM 4G · Coromandel Room 
Achieving Better Buildings Productivity 
11.55 Alister Gardiner: Energy system design for an Jeff Seadon: Overcoming Barriers 
affordable autonomous solar PV-powered to Construction Productivity 
dwelling with seasonal energy storage 
12.20 Geoff Thomas: Sustainable Building Amanda Warren: Lean Construction 
Features and Fire Safety and Last Planner 
12.45 Daniel Scheibmair: Innovative Design Sheila Belayutham: Enhancement of Pre-construction 
Solutions with Timber Stage Through Lean Thinking and its Impact on 
Environmental Performance 
1.10 SITE VISITS LUNCH 
SITE VISITS: Leave at 1.20 pm - Arrive back at 5.00 pm 
OPTION 1: OPTION 2: 
Transforming Cities. Auckland Council is transforming Auckland Waterview Project: How to build a second 
New Lynn into a vibrant metropolitan town centre. harbour crossing without disturbing the neighbours. 
Tim Sinclair will present on the projects that are The group will meet one of the engineers at the 
happening Methuen and Herdman Avenue lookout points 
5.00 RETURN TO VENUE 
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME 1 9

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Building a Better NZ conference 2014

  • 1. PROGRAMME Wednesday 3rd September Subject to change at any time without notice 8.00 Registration Opens 8.30 Pre-welcome and Housekeeping 8.35 Welcome and Opening Comments 8.45 Official Opening: Mayor Len Brown, Auckland Council 9.00 Foundation Sponsor: Andrew Crisp, MBIE 9.30 Plenary 1: Richard Blakeway, Deputy Mayor of London for Housing, Land and Property, (Sponsored by Auckland Council) 10.30 MORNING TEA 11.00 Plenary 2: Dr Helen Anderson, BRANZ 11.20 Platinum Sponsor: Dave Burggraaf, Fletcher Window & Door Systems 12.00 LUNCH STREAM 1A · Rendezvous Ballroom (Plenary Room) STREAM 2A · Tasman Room 2 Building Better Cities and Communities Industry Case Studies 12.45 KEYNOTE SPEAKER KEYNOTE SPEAKER Professor Diane Brand: The New Zealand Jerome Partington: Living Building Hydrotown, Lessons for Adaptability 1.30 Leila Mirza: Water Views: The Importance Matthew Cutler-Welsh: The Role of a Residential of Water on Urban Landscape Preference Residential Rating Tool 1.55 Michael Donn: Comparison of New Zealand’s Energy Matt Wilson: How the iDEAL House Received Efficiency Regulation and Verification Assumptions an 8 HomeStar Rating to Real Building Loads and Operation 2.20 Alessandro Melis: Energy-Plus Downtown Ben Jagersma: Beyond the First Light House: Prototype to Production 2.45 Carol Boyle: Integrating Green Infrastructure Chris Watson: Stupid Building Mistakes ... into the Built Environment or More Productivity in Building? 3.10 AFTERNOON TEA AFTERNOON TEA STREAM 1B · Rendezvous Ballroom (Plenary Room) STREAM 2B · Tasman Room 2 Building Better Cities and Communities Industry Case Studies 3.40 Andre Nouri: A Framework of Thermal Sensitive Gleb Speranski: Ways to Achieve Thermal Urban Design Benchmarks: Potentiating the Efficiency in New Houses Longevity of Auckland’s Public Realm 4.05 Denise Bijoux: Measuring Neighbourhood Andrew Walters: Leading by example. Promoting Sustainability - a New Zealand Example environmental sustainable design (ESD) leadership and innovation in the Auckland region 4.30 Matthew Cutler-Welsh: Sustainably Affordable Housing Richard Popenhagen: Moisture Problems in Homes. Why is it Still Happening? 4.55 Natalie Allen: Trading Suburbia for an Urban Lifestyle: Paula Hugens: Designing for Resilience: Understanding the Relationship Between Urban iDEAL House, Auckland Amenities and Auckland’s more Compact Future 5.20 CLOSE 5.30 Welcome Function (Sponsored by Mammoth Modern Insulation) 1 4 BUI LDING A BETTER NEW ZEALAND CONF ERENCE 2 0 1 4
  • 2. Bringing the construction industry and researchers together to take New Zealand forward STREAM 3A · Tasman Room 1 STREAM 4A · Coromandel Room Achieving Better Buildings Productivity 12.45 KEYNOTE SPEAKER KEYNOTE SPEAKER Jules Moloney: The Role of Design Suzanne Wilkinson: Providing the New Zealand in Achieving Better Buildings Construction Industry with Opportunities to Achieve Performance Improvements 1.30 Daniel Fuemana: Waste Not, Want Not: Education Derek Thurnell: 5D BIM in a Consulting for Sustainability in the Construction Industry QS Environment 1.55 Mark Bassett: Weathertight Performance Zhang Jianchao: BIM-Based Energy Management of Flashings for Taller Buildings for Smart Built Environments 2.20 Trish Shaw: Building Resilience Nick Clements: Who are buildingSMART and What are We Doing? 2.45 Roman Jaques: New New Zealand Home Nick Clements: A Pathway to BIM Improving Performance.Where are We? Residential Construction Productivity 3.10 AFTERNOON TEA AFTERNOON TEA STREAM 3B · Tasman Room 1 STREAM 4B · Coromandel Room Achieving Better Buildings Productivity 3.40 Greg Overton: BRANZ’S WAVE Programme Blake Hogarth: The Cost and Value of Carpentry and the Challenges for Future Research in Building Apprenticeships to Employers in Auckland Moisture and Air Quality 4.05 Stephan Rupp: Condensation in Large-cavity, Dermott McMeel: EDFAB Phase 2: Is a Digital Steel-framed Roof Spaces: Causes and Cures Revolution Possible for Construction? 4.30 Robyn Phipps: Heater Choice and Mould Growth Mohammadeli Noktehdan: Driving Innovative Thinking in New Zealand Homes: An Intervention Study in the New Zealand Construction Industry 4.55 Robyn Phipps: Indoor Winter Temperatures Mohammad Poshdar: Improvement of Productivity in 20 Social Housing Units and Auckland’s in Construction Projects Using a Lean-drive More Compact Future Scheduling Method 5.20 CLOSE 5.30 Welcome Function (Sponsored by Mammoth Modern Insulation) CONFERENCE PROGRAMME 1 5 RENDEZVOUS GRAND HOTEL Room Layout
  • 3. PROGRAMME Thursday 4th September 8.00 Registration Opens 8.25 Housekeeping 8.30 Foundation Sponsor: Chelydra Percy, BRANZ 9.00 Plenary 1: Tim Williams, Committee for Sydney, (Sponsored by GIB® Winstone Wallboards Ltd) 9.50 Plenary 2: Stuart Niven: Urban Design 10.30 MORNING TEA STREAM 1C · Rendezvous Ballroom (Plenary Room) STREAM 2C · Tasman Room 2 Building Better Cities and Communities Industry Case Studies 11.00 KEYNOTE SPEAKER KEYNOTE SPEAKER Harvey Perkins: Creating Better Cities George Baird: Users’ Perception of Commercial and and Communities: What kind of Research Agenda? Institutional Buildings, Key findings and Issues for NZ 11.45 Vanessa McGrath: Improving the Energy Ruth Williams: Il Casino, Challenges Performance of Existing Office Buildings and Consequences 12.10 Morten Gjerde: Aiming for a Better Public Shay Brazier: Understanding and Improving the Realm: How Effective are Contemporary Performance of New Zealand Homes: A Case Design Review Methods Study from the Zero Energy House 12.35 LUNCH LUNCH STREAM 1D · Rendezvous Ballroom (Plenary Room) STREAM 2D · Tasman Room 2 Building Better Cities and Communities Industry Case Studies 1.20 Verney Ryan: If we Need Houses, John Jamison: Productive Environments, Why do we Build Silos? Buildings that Work 1.45 Viv Heslop: Improving Sustainability Outcomes Sutjiadi Hendry: Lessons from Seismic through Measurement, Reporting and Public Assessments in the Wellington Region Engagement in Waterfront Auckland’s Smart Precinct 2.10 Jeremy Brown: Warming up New Zealand’s Min Hall: Is there a Place for Natural Building Coldest Town, Ophir Central Otago in New Zealand’s Conventional Housing Market? A Prefabricated Straw Bale Case Study 2.35 Damon Birchfield and Mehrnaz Rohani: Shared Learnings Edgar Agda: Alternative Building System of A7BS® from Auckland Council’s Social Return on Investment Concrete Thin Plate with Permanent Cavity (SROI) Evaluation of its Retrofit Your Home Programme Formpanels, a Green Building Technology 3.00 AFTERNOON TEA AFTERNOON TEA STREAM 1E · Rendezvous Ballroom (Plenary Room) STREAM 2E · Tasman Room 2 Building Better Cities and Communities Industry Case Studies 3.30 Verney Ryan: Breathing New Life into Nick Collins: Post Quake Rebuild Provides Opportunity our Central Cities to Demonstrate Improved Performance of Steel Framed Houses, but Market Uptake is a Different Story 3.55 Min Hall: YIMFY, Yes! In My Front Yard. A Centre Katja Lietz: Small is Beautiful, Hobsonville Point for Natural and Appropriate Building Technology Small Homes Test Lab 4.20 Damon Birchfield and Dr Philippa Howden-Chapman: David Cossey: Filleting an Old Building Sustainably Towards an Agreed Minimum Housing Performance Whilst Keeping its Old Bones Standard for Rentals, Results from New Zealand’s First Warrant of Fitness Field Test 4.45 CLOSE 7.00 New Zealand Steel Conference Dinner: Rendezvous Ballroom 1 6 BUI LDING A BETTER NEW ZEALAND CONF ERENCE 2 0 1 4
  • 4. Bringing the construction industry and researchers together to take New Zealand forward 10.30 MORNING TEA STREAM 3C · Tasman Room 1 STREAM 4C · Coromandel Room Improving the Perfomance of Existing Buildings Productivity 11.00 KEYNOTE SPEAKER KEYNOTE SPEAKER Peter Fehl: The University of Auckland’s Andrew Reding: Accelerating the Introduction Newmarket Campus Development of BIM into New Zealand 11.45 Andrew Pollard: Energy End-users in New Zealand’s Ricardo Magno Santos Antunes: A Production Model Non-residential Buildings for Construction. A Theoretical Framework 12.10 Nick Marston: BRANZ House Condition Survey Warren Parke: The Effects of the Boom Bust on National Construction Industry Performance 12.35 LUNCH LUNCH STREAM 3D · Tasman Room 1 STREAM 4D · Coromandel Room Achieving Better Buildings Industry Workshop 1.20 Stephen McNeil: Developing a Technique for Calculating Shaping the Building and Construction Moisture Removal Effectiveness in New Zealand Homes Research Agenda 1.45 Yu Wang: Effects of Solar Collectors on Indoor Air Prue Williams: GM Science Investments. Quality in Junior Classrooms in Winter 2013 Challenges for Science and Research Investment Results of the 2014 Industry Needs Survey 2.10 Lois Easton: Build Back Smarter. Case Studies David Mustard: of House Performance Retrofits at the Time of Results of the 2014 Industry Needs Survey Earthquake Repairs 2.35 Christina McKay: How Could New Zealanders Build Resources for the On-going Care of Their Heritage Housing? 3.00 AFTERNOON TEA AFTERNOON TEA STREAM 3E · Tasman Room 1 STREAM 4E · Coromandel Room Achieving Better Buildings Industry Workshop 3.30 Geoff Thomas: Fire safety in New Zealand Shaping the Building and Construction transient accommodation buildings Research Agenda continued 3.55 Linda Zhao: Socio-economic Indicators and Building Costs. A NZ Trend and Correlation Analysis 2001-2013 4.20 Manfredo Manfredini and Dr Paola Leardini: Energy Upgrade to Passive House Standard for Historic Public Housing in New Zealand 4.45 CLOSE 7.00 New Zealand Steel Conference Dinner: Rendezvous Ballroom CONFERENCE PROGRAMME 1 7
  • 5. PROGRAMME Friday 5th September 8.00 Registration Opens 8.25 Housekeeping STREAM 1F · Rendezvous Ballroom (Plenary Room) STREAM 2F · Tasman Room 2 Improving the Performance of Materials Meeting New Zealanders Housing Needs 8.30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER KEYNOTE SPEAKER Jake McLaren: Introducing the Australasian Mahi Paurini: The Maori Housing Strategy Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) program 9.15 Dave Dowdell and Chris Munn: Development of Ralf Kessel: Building Better Apartments: an Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) Design Considerations for New Zealand for Ready-mixed Concrete - An industry Perspective 9.40 Nick Marston: Materials Performance Sally Blackwell: Raising the Bar: Enabling Testing Methodologies Transitions Through More Effective Advice 10.05 MORNING TEA MORNING TEA PLENARY SESSION 10.35 PLENARY 1: Mike Underhill, EECA 11.00 SPECIAL ANNOUCEMENT: Jake McLaren: The Australasian Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) program 11.10 PLENARY 2: Johnny McFarlane: Christchurch’s Cardboard Cathedral STREAM 1G · Rendezvous Ballroom (Plenary Room) STREAM 2G · Tasman Room 2 Improving the Performance of Materials Meeting New Zealanders Housing Needs 11.55 Philip Hartley: Material Performance: Roger Birchmore: Impacts of Innovative Residential Past, Present and Future Construction Methods on Internal Conditions 12.20 John Burgess: Surface Coefficients for Glazing Guy Marriage: Pavlova Paradise and the Curse Systems in Construction of the Side Yard 12.45 John Chapman: Integrating Cross-laminated Timber Emina Petrovic: The Importance of Educating the Panels to Construct Buildings to Twenty Levels General Population on Health Risks Associated with Building and Furnishing Materials 1.10 SITE VISITS LUNCH SITE VISITS: Leave at 1.20 pm - Arrive back at 5.00 pm OPTION 1: OPTION 2: Transforming Cities. Auckland Council is transforming Auckland Waterview Project: How to build a second New Lynn into a vibrant metropolitan town centre. harbour crossing without disturbing the neighbours. Tim Sinclair will present on the projects that are The group will meet one of the engineers at the happening Methuen and Herdman Avenue lookout points 5.00 RETURN TO VENUE 1 8 BUI LDING A BETTER NEW ZEALAND CONF ERENCE 2 0 1 4
  • 6. Bringing the construction industry and researchers together to take New Zealand forward STREAM 3F · Tasman Room 1 STREAM 4F · Coromandel Room Achieving Better Buildings Productivity 8.30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER KEYNOTE SPEAKER Larry Bellamy: Development of Energy and Carbon Amanda Warren: A Model for Enhancing Drivers Performance Metrics for Housing Design and Reducing Inhibitors of Productivity and Regulations 9.15 Tavis Cresswell-Wells: Urban Form and Passive Jaspar Mbachu: Security of Payments for Design for Net Zero Energy Buildings in the Subcontractors in the New Zealand Construction Christchurch Rebuild Industry: Stakeholder Views on the Key Issues and Improvement Measures 9.40 Eion Scott: The Effectiveness of In-home Wajiha Shazhad: Marginal Productivity Gained Advice on Increasing Sustainability Through Prefabrication: Case Studies of Building Projects in Auckland 10.05 MORNING TEA MORNING TEA PLENARY SESSION 10.35 PLENARY 1: Mike Underhill, CEO, EECA 11.00 SPECIAL ANNOUCEMENT: Jake McLaren: Introducing the Australasian Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) program 11.10 PLENARY 2: Johnny McFarlane: Christchurch’s Cardboard Cathedral STREAM 3G · Tasman Room 1 STREAM 4G · Coromandel Room Achieving Better Buildings Productivity 11.55 Alister Gardiner: Energy system design for an Jeff Seadon: Overcoming Barriers affordable autonomous solar PV-powered to Construction Productivity dwelling with seasonal energy storage 12.20 Geoff Thomas: Sustainable Building Amanda Warren: Lean Construction Features and Fire Safety and Last Planner 12.45 Daniel Scheibmair: Innovative Design Sheila Belayutham: Enhancement of Pre-construction Solutions with Timber Stage Through Lean Thinking and its Impact on Environmental Performance 1.10 SITE VISITS LUNCH SITE VISITS: Leave at 1.20 pm - Arrive back at 5.00 pm OPTION 1: OPTION 2: Transforming Cities. Auckland Council is transforming Auckland Waterview Project: How to build a second New Lynn into a vibrant metropolitan town centre. harbour crossing without disturbing the neighbours. Tim Sinclair will present on the projects that are The group will meet one of the engineers at the happening Methuen and Herdman Avenue lookout points 5.00 RETURN TO VENUE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME 1 9