Wednesday 30 November 17:30 - 19:30

Hoare Lea
12-13 Stable Street
London
N1C 4AB

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CIBSE HVAC Group: FM’s Role in Healthy, Zero-Carbon Buildings

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CIBSE HVAC Systems event on how FM Teams and Building Owners can help in the delivery of healthy, zero-carbon buildings

The CIBSE HVAC Group welcomes you to join us on the 30th of November for an evening of discussion focusing on how proactive Facilities Management is essential in reaching net zero targets and maintaining healthy indoor environments. Although designers have a major role in establishing the energy strategy for a building, building owners and facilities management teams are key in the prolonged success of any low carbon development. Additionally, the Covid-19 pandemic has also emphasised the impact of poor maintenance and controls on occupants wellbeing.

The in-person event will be taking place at Hoare Lea’s London Office (N1C 4AB), with drinks & networking beginning at 17:30. The main event will then be beginning at 18:00, and will be streamed online via Teams. Please note that if you attend in person, the event is being recorded and photos will be taken.

We will be joined by our guest speakers, to be announced shortly.

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