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Climate NI/Royal Society of Ulster Architects
Future–proofing New and Existing Buildings

Tue 28th April 2015, Duncairn Centre for Culture and Arts, Duncairn Avenue, Belfast, BT14 6BP

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To download our speaker presentations, please click on the links below...

 

Vicky Pope, Met Office

Mark Wray, Innovate UK

Katy Hunter, Building Research Establishment

Juliette Daniels, Climate UK

Greg Keeffe, QUB

Tom Woolley, Rachel Bevan Architects

Dawson Stelfox, Consarc Design Group

Teresa McGrath, QUB

Liam McEvoy, Heron Brothers

Anthony McCloy, McCloy Consulting

 

Climate Northern Ireland, in collaboration with the Royal Society of Ulster Architects, invites you to a conference which will explore the vulnerability of the built environment to current and future climates.

As we begin to experience the impacts of a changing climate, we must recognise how this will impact how buildings perform, where they are located and how they are constructed. To future proof our built environment, we must reconsider how we design, construct, upgrade and occupy new and existing buildings.

UK and regional cases studies will be presented. Speakers include Building Research Establishment, Met Office, Innovate UK, Consarc Design Group, Heron Brothers, QUB and more. Speakers will outline the challenges faced and identify best practice solutions.

For further information SEE AGENDA

REGISTER ONLINE to secure your place at this event.

Places are available on a first come first serve basis. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

Speakers

To read more about our speakers, please click here.

Cost:
£12

Time:
09:30 – 15:30