The Ecobuild exhibition is one of the world's largest events for sustainable design. It will play host to over a dozen interactive attractions combining inspirational solutions with practical advice. During the three day event more than 130 seminar sessions covering the most pressing and important issues for built environment professionals will be on offer.
Three of Faithful+Gould's technical experts will be chairing or contributing to seminars over the three day event. Sustainability director, Sean Lockie, will chair a seminar on community refurbishment and renewal as well as contributing to seminars on carbon lifecycle costing and microgeneration market. Andy Green, a Faithful+Gould director, will deliver a seminar on sustainable design costing in relation to RICS' new rules of measurement. And, finally, Faithful+Gould's senior carbon management consultant, Ellie Horwitch-Smith, will contribute to two seminars on the Government's Carbon Reduction Commitment scheme as well as on linking building regulations.
Commenting on the exhibition, Sean Lockie, Faithful+Gould sustainability director, said; "Ecobuild is a great forum for our experts to engage with other professionals within the sector, discuss the lessons learnt and how sustainable design can move forward. By listening to others and sharing our expert knowledge in the sector hopefully we can help motivate a more sustainable built environment."
Ecobuild 2011 is taking place on 01-03 March 2011 at ExCel, London.
For full details of all of the seminars and more information about Ecobuild please visit the Ecobuild website.