UK Green Building Council

Water Masterclass

Date: 
17 April 2012 - 10:00am - 1:00pm
Location:
The Building Centre
26 Store Street, London, WC1E 7BT

Resources and Key Learnings from UK-GBC's London 2012 Sustainability Lessons Learned Series

This Masterclass focused on detailed technical lessons learned from the London 2012 Olympic Park strategy on water use. The expert speakers have worked intensively delivering against the targets either from the perspective of the client, project delivery, consultant, design team or contractor. The class was broken down into four sessions with time for Q&A and discussion.


Learning outcomes from this class include:

  • Reducing potable water through efficient design - including rainwater harvesting in complex buildings
  • Managing potable water use and surface water on construction sites
  • Managing flood risk through design
  • Procuring, planning and implementing a blackwater treatment system

Learn from these expert speakers:

  • Holly Knight - Principal Sustainability Manager, ODA
  • Ed McCann - Director, Expedition
  • Dennis King - Associate Director, Buro Happold
  • Barry Plowright - Engineer Water and Environment, Atkins
  • Phil Higgins - Associate, Arup

Download the Presentation Slides and Learning Outcomes Handout from this event by clicking on the links to the right under "Related Document".

Master Classes are CPD accredited, endorsed by UK-GBC's Training & Education Programme, and are supported by CIBSE, ICE and CIOB.

Series Partner:      

Series Sponsor:

Saint-Gobain

 

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