Green Sky Thinking Week 2014

As in previous years, UK-GBC is once again supporting Open-City's Green Sky Thinking Week. The London-wide week long programme of free events is running from 28 April - 2 May and highlights innovative thinking and practice on how we 'design in' sustainability for London.

The week will showcase projects and thinking imbedding sustainable design in London’s built environment, and the leading industry professionals behind such exemplar innovation.

A number of our members are running events for Green Sky Thinking Week:

Monday 28 April

  • Refurb, Retrofit or Rebuild: Making London energy efficient for 2018 - 9 - 11am, Mott MacDonald

Tuesday 29 April

  • Well-being, Employee Productivity and Building Performance - 8.30 - 10am, Cushman & Wakefield and Interface
  • Is our Social Housing Fit for the Future? - 8.30 - 10am, Rockwool
  • The Future of Construction - 6 - 8.30pm, CIRIA
  • Cutting the CO2 out of Construction - 6 - 8pm, Atelier Ten
  • Healthy Spaces; A commercial priority or a development luxury? - 6.30-9pm, Mott MacDonald

Wednesday 30 April

Thursday 1 May

  • Retrofit for Purpose; Book launch - 8 - 10am, Penoyre & Prasad
  • Sustainable Buildings Experience at King's Cross - 8.30 - 10.30am, Argent and Hoare Lea
  • Show me the Value! - 8.30 for 9 - 10am, CBRE
  • Making Buildings Work - 4.30 - 6.30pm, Arup
  • Occupant Wellbeing: The importance of Healthy Buildings - 6 - 8pm, PRP Architects
  • Can London Become a Liveable City? - 6 - 7.30pm, Ramboll UK
  • How will we Heat London? - 6 - 8pm, MaxFordham
  • Past, Present and (Green) Future: Changing sustainable practices - 6.30 - 8.30pm, Bennetts Associates

Friday 2 May

Full details can be found on the website or book your place here.

Published: 20/03/2014

in Industry News