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10 November 2016

Guidance and industry reports

AM11 Building Performance Modelling 2015

The predecessor to this Applications Manual, Building Energy and Environment Modelling (BEEM) was first published in 1998. Much has happened over...

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AM11 Building Performance Modelling 2015

31 October 2016

Training courses, Events, Sustainability Reports

Bite-Size Session: National Standards for Housing – an up-to-date review - Manchester

This popular topic from trainer Karen Ross of jhai ltd comes to Manchester this January. This is the first in a series of Manchester Bite Size sessions for 2017, see below for details.

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31 October 2016

Events, Sustainability Reports

Bite-Size Session: Where's the Gap? A critical look at how thermography can identify the thermal performance between ‘As Designed’ & ‘As Built’ in Sustainable Buildings - Manchester

This popular topic from trainer Ray Faulkner of iRed Ltd comes to Manchester this February. With hands-on demo of E60 thermal cameras! This is one in a series of Manchester Bite Size sessions for 2017, see below for details.

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17 October 2016

Standards

Part L - From Zero Carbon to Zero Energy – the influence of National and European legislation on sustainable architecture - London

A new seminar on Part L Building Regulations. This is sure to be popular so book early to avoid disappointment! About the seminar From Zero Carbon...

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17 October 2016

Festive Bite-Size Session: Natural building materials - the essential choice for healthy buildings or an expensive luxury? - Bristol

Join speaker Andrew Mitchell for a discussion of how natural building materials perform compared to the more conventional materials commonly used - with added mince pies and festive cheer!

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