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Inclusive Design Standards

Standards

Inclusive design aims to achieve solutions that create safe and accessible environments for all members of the community. Born out of the disability... Read more…

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Kingspan Lighthouse Deconstruction

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Launched at BRE’s OFFSITE event in 2007, the Kingspan Lighthouse has been a hugely innovative and pioneering building, the first home in the UK to be certified to Level 6 of the Code for Sustainable Homes. Read more…

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Amardeep Dharwar

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Wellbeing

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Date - 05/02/2015 Time - 8:30 am - 10:00 am Location - UCL Energy Institute, Central House, London Price - FREE! Buildings need to enable a high... Read more…

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BIM Prospects

Events

26 - 27 March 2015, RIBA London
BY 2016 ALL UK GOVERNMENT-PROCURED CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS WILL NEED TO COMPLY WITH BIM LEVEL 2. BIM LEVEL 2 is defined by standards, protocols, frameworks and definitions. Read more…

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Low Energy Know How - Newcastle

Training courses, Events

Tuesday 3rd Feb & Wednesday 4th Feb, Newcastle
The Zero Carbon Hub, in collaboration with Saint-Gobain, the Homes and Communities Agency, Your Homes Newcastle and Space Group are pleased to announce their latest Low Energy Know How event in Newcastle. Read more…

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CEEQUAL Projects Assessor Training Course - London, 24 & 25 March 2015

Training courses

24 & 25 March 2015, London
CEEQUAL is the evidence-based sustainability assessment, rating and awards scheme for civil engineering, infrastructure, landscaping and the public realm, and celebrates the achievement of high environmental and social performance. Read more…

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