Wednesday 28 February 18:00 - 21:00

The Building Centre
26 Store Street

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Natural/Mixed-Mode Ventilation in Buildings – Seminar and Panel Discussion

Science & Technology

Join us for an engaging seminar and panel discussion on the design and implementation of natural/mixed-mode ventilation in buildings.

Natural/Mixed-Mode Ventilation in Real Buildings – Seminar and Panel Discussion

CIBSE Young Energy Performance Group, CIBSE Natural Ventilation Group and CIBSE Home Counties South East are pleased to present an evening seminar and panel discussion on: Design and Implementation of Natural/Mixed-Mode Ventilation in Real Buildings.

The event will be hosted by Dr Owen Connick – Strategic Leader, Building Sustainability at Carrier Corp, Chair of the CIBSE NVG.

Attendees are welcome to arrive at The Building Centre, 26 Store St, London, for drinks and networking from 6pm, with the seminar due to start promptly at 7pm.

Our expert panellists for the evening will be:

  • Dr Craig Robertson – Head of Sustainability at AHMM Architects

Craig will speak from his experiences of designing and commissioning mixed-mode ventilation strategies at White Collar Factory in London and other AHMM projects.

  • Sharon Byrne – Infrastructure Manager at Bloomberg

Sharon will bring her perspective of implementing operation of the ‘breathing building’ at Bloomberg’s European HQ, 3 Queen Victoria Street, London.

  • Francesca Brady – CEO of AirRated

Francesca will offer a perspective focussing on air quality and her role at AirRated, and in particular her experience in testing and certification of completed buildings.

We hope to invite questions and contributions from attendees in the room and those joining online, and look forward to an engaging and entertaining evening.

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