Ecobuild design, construct, perform

07-09 MARCH 2017 AT EXCEL LONDON

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Tuesday 08 March 2016
  1. In support of the World Green Building Council campaign Better Places for People, UK-GBC is exploring how the principles of health and wellbeing apply to the residential sector.  What is the evidence ...
    Chair
    Duncan Baker-Brown - BBM Architects
    Speakers
    Jacqueline Glass - Loughborough University
    Nitesh Magdani Sustainability Director' - BAM
  2. How the model works Online vs. facilities – the need for a physical site to enable re-use and marry up supply and demand National vs. local – where are sites needed, and why What sorts of projects ben ...
    Chair
    Duncan Baker-Brown - BBM Architects
    Speakers
    Rebecca Owens Manager - Recipro
  3. Does using less generate cost savings as well as material savings? Smart specification - what are the possibilities
    Chair
    Duncan Baker-Brown - BBM Architects
    Speakers
    Elina Grigoriou Design and Sustainability Director - Grigoriou Interiors
  4. Material efficiencies made possible from offsite construction Avoiding the wastage of over-ordering to site Carbon savings over the project build phase
    Chair
    Duncan Baker-Brown - BBM Architects
    Speakers
    Jon Baker Founder
    Simon Ambler Director - Portakabin
  5. Understanding material flows and the potential to pair supply and demand What is potential waste reduction if we can begin to match flows? Examples of where we're beginning to see this thinking Reward ...
    Chair
    Duncan Baker-Brown - BBM Architects
    Speakers
    Cecile Faraud Circular Economy Lead - Peterborough DNA
  6. To what degree can costs be saved in the operational phase? What are the impacts for residents in terms of recovery? The future of onsite waste management in high density residential developments
    Chair
    Duncan Baker-Brown - BBM Architects
    Speakers
    Duncan Baker-Brown - BBM Architects
Wednesday 09 March 2016
  1. Is 'circular economy thinking' applicable in the built environment? Who benefits from a circular economy approach? Addressing the financial implications of lifecycle thinking
    Speakers
    Dave Cheshire Regional Director - AECOM
  2. Recycling the 25+ waste streams from portable buildings Recycled materials going into buildings – what are we currently achieving? What we’ve discovered about recycling buildings, and the implications ...
    Speakers
    Andy Sneyd Design and Engineering Director - Portakabin
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    Speakers
    Katherine Adams Principle Scientist - BRE
  4. A seminar on steel re-use and update on our Innovate UK feasibility studies; We will be on our stand throughout the show. Gary Newman, ASBP: The social, economic and environmental benefits offered by ...
    Speakers
    Jonathen Cullen - University of Cambridge
    Michael Sansom Associate Director - Sustainability - SCI
    Roy Fishwick Managing Director - Cleveland Steel and Tubes
    Simon Corbey - Alliance for Sustainable Building Products - ASBP
  5. Specifying with lifecycle in mind - what are the motives and what is the payback for owners? Understanding the long-term impact of thinking in cycles.
    Speakers
    Jeremy Sumeray Sustainability Manager - Armstrong
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    Speakers
    Claire Broadbent Head of Product Sustainability - World Steel Associaiton
  7. Speakers
    Marcos Cruz Professor of Innovative Environments - Bartlett School of Architecture
    Richard Beckett Lecturer - Bartlett School of Architecture
  8. Identifying areas of major impact - plasterboard, bricks, insulation Embodied energy - where are the smart choices?
    Speakers
    Jane Thornback Sustainability Policy Advisor - CPA
    Thomas Robinson - Adaptavate
    Tom Barnes Managing Director - Vastern Timber
Thursday 10 March 2016
  1. Can collaboration help deliver critical infrastructure?  Solutions to investment strategies in an increasingly resource constrained world.
    Speakers
    Mike de Silva Sustainability Director - Crossrail
    Robert Spencer Director of Sustainability - AECOM
  2. Avoiding waste through surplus materials - what can be achieved Working with reuse organisations Resource efficient recovery options Great Recovery Project Panel to consist of BAM, Arup, IFS, Saint Go ...
    Chair
    Sophie Thomas Director of Circular Economy, Project Director of The RSA Great Recovery
    Speakers
    Dan Epstein Director
    Nitesh Magdani Sustainability Director' - BAM
  3. A seminar discussing the Realities and Benefits of Designing for Deconstruction and Re-use. Chair: Gary Newman, ASBP: The ASBP Re-usable buildings group Howard Button, NFDC; Deconstruction, not demoli ...
    Chair
    Speakers
    Jeff Endean Housing Strategy and Programmes Manager - Lewisham Borough Council
    Jon Baker Founder
  4. What levels of recovery are possible in typical demolition? Which materials are most easy to recover? Recycling vs. recovery and reuse
    Speakers
    Charlie Law - Sustainable Construction Solutions Ltd and Grown in Britain
    Oliver Waddington-Ball Founder - Goldfinger Factory
    Peter Kelly Regional Sustainability Manager - ISG
  5. Is there such a thing as the 'right decision'? How can you approach materials selection to make the right lifecycle choice?
    Speakers
    Patrick Hermon - Life Cycle Design

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Partners & Supporters

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UKGBC

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Government Partner

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Tuesday 7 March: 10:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 8 March: 10:00 - 18:00
Thursday 9 March: 10:00 - 16:00

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