The programme for this year’s Buidl2Perform has been announced. After the success of last year’s inaugural event, the diverse programme again showcases the broad range and depth of knowledge and specialisms encompassed within the building services industry. Sessions will cover: issues for engineers post-Grenfell; environmental policies for resilient cities; health and wellbeing; modelling competence; acoustics; natural ventilation; building performance in schools; legislation; lighting; controls; future innovations; and many more.
Among the speakers already confirmed are: Phil Draper, of Cavendish Engineers; Dr Lia Chatzidiakou, of the Centre for Atmospheric Science, University of Cambridge; Chris Twinn, of TwinnSustainabilityInnovation; Dr Owen Connick, of Breathing Buildings; and Jo Harris, chair of the CIBSE Maintenance Task Group.
The two-day event is free to attend, and will also feature more than 60 exhibitors from major manufacturers and suppliers within the building services engineering sector. To see the full programme and to register visit www.build2perform.co.uk